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Predict the price of Bitcoin

See if you can correctly predict what the price of Bitcoin will be in US dollars at 1pm next Monday (AEST).

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See if you can correctly predict what the price of Bitcoin will be in US dollars at 1pm next Monday (AEST). You'll have until Sunday night to submit your prediction.

Each Monday we'll update the results from the previous week to see how accurate the predictions were and let you submit your new prediction for next week.

Submit your prediction

Select an answer below and hit "Submit" to enter your prediction.

The price ranges are calculated based on the price at 1pm Monday each week, rounded to the nearest US$10.

This week the price was US$63,850.

Last week's results

The price of Bitcoin at 1pm on 29 April was US$63,850*.

40% of you correctly predicted that the price would be between US$61,120-$64,260, which was also the most popular prediction. 32% of you predicted the price would be between US$57,990 and $61,120.

Thanks to everyone who took part and congratulations to those who got it right. You can submit your prediction for next week above.

How we calculate the price

*We're using the CME CF Bitcoin Real Time Index (BRTI) to determine the USD price of Bitcoin each week, rounded to the nearest US$10.

The BRTI collates order data from major crypto exchanges to provide a benchmark Bitcoin price that updates every second.

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