EOY Predicts the Future Price of Ethereum Classic ETH – $40 or $200

Ethereum Classic (ETC) was hard forked from Ethereum Classic, and its hard fork was triggered by the drama of the DAO. ETC would have become yet another hard fork for the digital currency community. Nevertheless, the digital currency became more than “just another hard fork” together with gaining so much traction in various occasions since the beginning of last month.

Besides from getting supported by Robinhood, and later on, being listed by Coinbase – a prominent digital currency trading platform – Ethereum Classic (ETC) is just getting started to attract more investors. Reflecting on the current position of the coin, Ethereum Classic (ETC) has also made a debut into the world of IoT (Internet of Things), where IOTA (MIOTA) might be at the top of the game at the moment with partnerships with Fujitsu, BMW, and Volkswagen.

Ethereum Classic (ETC) Price Today – ETC / USD

Name Price24H (%)
Bitcoin (BTC)
$3,546.95
3.15%
Ethereum Classic (ETC)
$3.90
1.23%

Also, much positive trends and developments around the digital currency brought it to a more munificent ranking, alluring the interests of more digital currency enthusiasts and investors. With this, there are some indications that the value of the digital currency could either reach $40 or $200 by the end of this year.

Ethereum Classic (ETC) and the IoT

While the first signal of bullish return for Ethereum Classic (ETC) is said to be expected in November or by the end of 2018, the Ethereum Classic team has introduced the community to the entry of ETC into the IoT industry.

There is a great value summed up in the blockchain projects that are related to IoT, hence the initiative of Ethereum Classic to focus on the Internet of Things might turn out to be victorious for ETC holder also, as the value of the coin might easily increase to the $200 level by the end of this year and the beginning of next year if the team behind the coin presents a solid internet of things use case for Ethereum Classic.

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