Polygon ($MATIC): Coin Bureau Says Price ‘Could Easily’ Reach $5 by End of 2021 | Cryptoglobe
Recently, crypto influencer “Coin Bureau” (“@coinbureau” on Twitter) talked about Polygon ($MATIC), which is one of the few cryptoassets that he regrets “not buying sooner.”
Polygon is “a protocol and a framework for building and connecting Ethereum-compatible blockchain networks.”
In a video (titled “TOP Altcoin Picks 2021 Q3”) released on YouTube channel “Coin Bureau“, the show’s pseudonymous host told the channel’s over 1.2 million subscribers why he is so bullish on $MATIC and gave his year end price target.
He had this to say about $MATIC:
- Polygon is “the preferred layer 2 scaling solution” for Ethereum.
- Some of the very popular decentralized applications (Apps) that have built on Polygon include Ave ($AAVE), Decentraland ($LAND), and SushiSwap ($SUSHI).
- Its 300+ DApps hold over $9 billion in total value locked (TVL).
- Both Coinbase and Binance have recently completed Polygon wallet integration.
- Number of active users (which is growing very rapidly) is more than that for some layer one (L1) blockchains.
- $MATIC not only powers the Polygon blockchain but it is important for Polygon’s expanding set of layer two (L2) blockchains for Ethereum.
- Since the start of 2021, $MATIC has had “a magnificent run.” Although the crypto market crash in the second half of Q2 2021 brought the $MATIC price down from its all-time high (ATH) of $2.44 (reached on May 18), with “mass adoption”, the price of this cryptoasset has a “realistic” chance of hitting $5 by the end of this year.
Yesterday (August 12), next-gen banking platform Cash announced that it is planning to come to Polygon.
According to data by Trading View, on crypto exchange Coinbase, currently (as of 12:10 UTC on August 13), MATIC-USD is trading at $1.4123.
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