An intellectual attempt to estimate Bitcoin’s price, corrected according to the hash rate metric.
Ruggero Bertelli is a professor of financial intermediaries economics at the University of Siena. He teaches banking management, credit risk management and financial risk management. Bertelli is a board member of Euregio Minibond, an Italian fund specializing in regional SME bonds, and a board member and vice president of Italian bank Prader Bank. He is also an asset management, risk management and asset allocation advisor for institutional investors. As a behavioral finance scholar, Bertelli is involved in national financial education programs. In December 2020, he published La Collina dei Ciliegi, a book about behavioral finance and the crisis of financial markets.
Forecasting Bitcoin price using quantitative models, Part 4 Forecasting Bitcoin price using quantitative models, Part 1
Bitcoin was designed as a deflationary system, one that could help it reach ever-increasing values.