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Brian Kelly is the founder and CEO at BKCM LLC, an investment firm mainly specializing in virtual currencies. He is also a currency investment advisor. Besides that, Brian Kelly’s one of CNBC U.S. contributors. Brian Kelly’s Bitcoin involvement started in 2013 when he tried to buy Bitcoin for the first time in order to gain “fast money” from it, as he thought this was the only purpose for cryptocurrencies. Nevertheless, the next year, Kelly changed his mind and he created his own experimental cryptocoin in order to learn more about the technology and to spread awareness about digital currencies. In 2014, he also published the book The Bitcoin Big Bang which is sold in BTC. By 2016, Brian Kelly’s net worth had reached over $1.5 million.
BitMEX’s CEO expects that Paul Tudor Jones will bring more big investors to the crypto market by investing in Bitcoin.
BitMEX CEO Expects Investors to Follow Paul Tudor Jones’ Move to Bitcoin
Bitcoin ETFs are hardly needed for the ecosystem’s development, says founder and CEO of crypto investment firm BKCM Brian Kelly.
Crypto Market Hardly Needs a Bitcoin ETF at This Time, Says BKCM CEO
Crypto analyst Brian Kelly believes bitcoin prices are going to rise as increasing demand competes with diminished supplies.
Upcoming Supply Cut Will See Bitcoin Prices Rise Further, Brian Kelly Predicts
Cryptocurrency bull Brian Kelly has predicted that the next Bitcoin target is going to be $6,000.
Brian Kelly Says Next Target for Bitcoin is $6,000, With Crypto Markets Bottoming
CNBC’s Brian Kelly outlook on crypto in 2019, Bitcoin ETF in 2020, and inevitable recession.
Interview With Crypto ‘Optimist’ Brian Kelly: Bitcoin Is Still 50 Percent Undervalued
Bitcoin analyst Brian Kelly points out three major reasons why the current bear market is not a reason to hold a funeral for the cryptocurrency.
CNBC’s Brian Kelly: Current Bear Trend ‘By No Means’ Funeral for Bitcoin
The cryptocurrency market first quarter made for some nightmare reading, but there is still optimism for Q2
Q1 Breaks All the Wrong Bitcoin Price Records, But Why Should Crypto Market Be Optimistic For Q2?