Tycoon Ray Dalio, the author of the world's biggest speculative stock investments, Bridgewater Associates, says it's impractical at the cost of bitcoin to come to an exceptionally large number, for example, $1 million. He clarified: "Legitimately … there's a constraint on its cost in relationship to different things like it."Beam Dalio on Where the Price of Bitcoin Is HeadingBridgewater Associates organizer Ray Dalio shared his view on how high he thinks the cost of bitcoin could reach in a meeting with Lex Fridman, distributed Saturday. Dalio presently fills in as Bridgewater Associates' director and co-boss speculation official. His association's customers incorporate blessings, states, establishments, annuities, and sovereign abundance reserves.The Bridgewater manager was found out if he thinks it is workable at the cost of bitcoin to come to an extremely big number, for example, $1 million. Dalio immediately answered:I don't believe that is conceivable."The manner in which I see it is there's a sure measure of it [bitcoin] and there is a sure measure of gold," he expounded. "I'll involve gold as a benchmark," he added, taking note of that the market cap of bitcoin is right now about $1 trillion and the market cap of the whole crypto market is about $2.2 trillion."Assuming that you take how much cash that is in gold that isn't utilized for adornments purposes and not utilized by national banks — and I expect bitcoin will not be utilized for gems purposes or national bank purposes — that measure of gold is about $5 trillion," he clarified. "So the present moment if you somehow managed to have a portfolio that has gold and … bitcoin, it's worth around 20% of the worth of gold."The extremely rich person accentuated that he doesn't think bitcoin will be worth more than gold. "I feel that 20% sounds sort of spot on," he confirmed yet conceded, "I truly don't have a clue what the right response is."The Bridgewater originator finished up, "Assuming you utilize gold as an action, it simply has neither rhyme nor reason that it will be utilized considerably more." While conceding that he is "not certain with regards to anything," Dalio said:Intelligently I can't help thinking that there's a restriction on its cost in relationship to different things like it.Dalio recently uncovered that he has a modest quantity of crypto in his portfolio for broadening. Concerning, he said: "I believe it's extremely noteworthy that, for the last 10, 11 years, that programming has still held up. It hasn't been hacked, etc, and it has a reception rate."Certain individuals can't help contradicting Dalio concerning how high the cost of bitcoin could reach. Microstrategy CEO Michael Saylor, for instance, anticipates that the price of BTC should continue to move against the dollar. The supportive of bitcoin leader explicitly referenced that it could reach $600,000 and afterward $6 million a coin later on.