Wall Street bets on a new beta phoenix coin

The Wall Street Journal has bet that the Phoenix, the crypto currency that is now trading at more than $1,400 a coin, will hit $1 million by early 2018.

The paper is betting that the currency is on the cusp of reaching $1 billion in market cap by late 2021.

The price is up $15 per coin since the beginning of the year, according to CoinMarketCap.

That is a huge jump from its current $5.1 million market cap, but it is still well below the $1 trillion mark.

The WSJ has a $1.1 billion market cap target and it says that it will take more than a year to get there, but that the Wall Street prediction is still “pretty accurate.”

“It’s very possible to get $1M per coin by 2021,” the paper says.

“It seems like the Phoenix could be in the $10-20 million range by the end of 2021, so that is a big bet.

The market is still relatively small and there are only so many coins available, so I’d say this is a solid bet.”

The WSJD has also placed $100 million in bettors to invest in the coin.

The new coin has already surpassed the $600 million mark.

It’s still very early days for the coin, but its still far from its first cryptocurrency, the bitcoin, which hit $13,000 in market value in April.

The Phoenix is also far from the first crypto currency to hit the $100 billion mark.

The Ripple, which was first released in December of last year, was trading at $200 per coin.

CoinMarketCap’s current price for the Phoenix coin is $1; $1 is a significant increase from its $5 price on December 1.

It is also up from $1 on November 8.

The coin’s current market cap of $2.6 billion is well over the $2 billion mark, and it has more than doubled in the past month.

The Wall St Journal’s bet is still bullish on the coin despite its early years.