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NEW DELHI ( — Bitcoin (BTC) critic Peter Schiff took to Twitter to forecast another warning of the world’s largest crypto being a risk asset.

While quoting a report from Standard Chartered that predicts Bitcoin price to drop to $5,000 in 2023, Schiff said that even a drop to $5,000 might not be the elusive BTC bottom.

Bitcoin has far more downside risk than 70%. After such a decline Bitcoin will still be way over-priced, so $5,000 will not even be close to the bottom.

Peter Schiff stated in a tweet.

Moreover, the Standard Chartered report predicted that the drop in Bitcoin prices would coincide with a rally for gold.

In the note titled “The financial-market surprises of 2023,” Eric Robertsen, global head of research at Standard Chartered Bank, stated that the shiny metal might potentially rally 30% to $2,250 per ounce. In addition, Robertson argued the fall of cryptos might re-build gold’s haven status.

However, other Twitter users quickly pointed out the ‘cry wolf‘ habit of the gold-loving Schiff. For example, Crypto analyst Kevin Svenson highlighted gold’s negative returns “over the last ten years” in reply to Peter Schiff’s tweet.

Crypto analyst Kevin Svenson ridiculed Schiff's apparent inability to predict BTC's future in the long term.
Crypto analyst Kevin Svenson ridiculed Schiff’s apparent inability to predict BTC’s future in the long term.

The analyst noted that Peter Schiff called Bitcoin a scam in 2015 when BTC was hovering around $200. Svenson, who has more than 118,000 followers on Twitter, took a dig at Schiff, noting, “Peter has had 0% accuracy in his long-term predictions.”

Bitcoin Price Action Loves Schiff’s Tweets

Meanwhile, Twitter user Nunya Bizniz highlighted that BTC prices have historically started a bull run every time Peter Schiff has written off the crypto token.

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The user, a member of the Honeybadgers DAO, matched Peter Schiff’s BTC bottoms during a downtrend. For example, Schiff noted in a 2018 tweet that Bitcoin would be too expensive, even at $750. At the time, BTC price had shed more than 81% from its then ATH of $19,891.

However, BTC price action laughed at Schiff’s joke, as the token climbed nearly 274% over the next seven months to reach $13,764 on Jun 24.

Nunya Bizniz highlighted some of Schiff's horribly wrong BTC predictions
Nunya Bizniz highlighted some of Schiff’s horribly wrong BTC predictions. Source: Twitter.

In another tweet, Schiff called out Kevin Svenson and warned him that BTC price were due a 50% trim from the top.

The gold-loving investor soon had to eat his words, as Bitcoin investors went into overdrive to drive BTC price to its highest price of $69,000 (on Gemini), a massive 1,253% rise from $5,095. By the way, $5,095 was BTC’s low on Mar 14, 2020, when Schiff prophesized a 50% drop for BTC.

Given Bitcoin price’s history with Schiff’s comments, it seems likely that traders would enter the market anticipating a bull run.

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