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Bitcoin Undervalued, Crypto Now Better Than Real Estate - JPMorgan

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The Wall Street investment bank JPMorgan says digital assets have now replaced real estate as its “preferred alternative asset class,” and considers USD 38,000 a fair price for bitcoin (BTC).According to the bank, digital assets are now the best alternative asset class to invest in, along with hedge funds, per multiple media reports.

It said the broad selloff in risk assets this year has hurt digital assets more than other alternative assets, including private equity, real estate, and private debt.As a result, the strategists said there could be more room for crypto to rise compared to traditional assets. “We thus replace real estate with digital assets as our preferred alternative asset class along with hedge funds,” the JPMorgan’s strategists wrote.Alternative assets generally refer to ​​all investment assets that are not stocks, bonds, or cash.The note added that other alternative asset classes such as real estate could soon be hit by “lagged repricing.” However, the chances of this happening in the digital asset market are smaller since this market has already gone through what looks like a “capitulation.”The note further said that bitcoin appears undervalued at the moment, and that USD 38,000 is a fair price for the number one cryptocurrency.The USD 38,000 price target JPMorgan has for bitcoin represents an upside of about 30% from the current price of USD 29,250 (as of 08:30 UTC).In February, when BTC traded above USD 40,000, the bank also said that the fair value of BTC is around USD 38,000.Now, JPMorgan’s strategists also noted that is “crucial” for cryptoassets in general that venture capital (VC) continues to flow into the space.

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