The price of bitcoin could be heading to over $10,000, nearly half of respondents to a CNBC survey said.
During the week, CNBC ran an unscientific survey online asking: "Where does bitcoin go from here?"
Forty-nine percent of the 23,118 people who voted said above $10,000. Similar calls have been made by market participants. Former hedge fund manager Michael Novogratz told CNBC in a recent interview that he sees bitcoin heading to $10,000 in the next six to 10 months.
One option that people could also vote for was: "Jamie Dimon is correct, you'll pay the price for buying." JPMorgan Chase CEO Dimon has been critical of bitcoin, calling it a "fraud" and said "if you're stupid enough to buy it, you'll pay the price for it one day." Just over a third (35 percent) of people sided with Dimon.
And 16 percent of respondents went with the final option of bitcoin heading to between $6,000 and $8,000.