Mygestic - I agree that IOTA will become the next big thing. However, it will have a hard long time reaching a price of even 100 to 300 dollars.
The price is always a result of market cap divided by number of coins. There are 2,779,530,283 MIOTA in total and will never change, and the price of 1 MIOTA is currently $0.37, which indicates a market cap of $1,028,426,204.
So in order for the price of one MIOTA to be, let's say $200, it requires a market cap of $556 billion. That will take more than half a year. Maybe even more than a decade. Furthermore, there's probably gonna come some new competitive technology along the way.
All in all, I think one IOTA could be worth around $4-5 in January 2018. Still very good, and still requires a significant market cap, because there's so much more units than for instance Bitcoin's 21 million.
Even if IOTA had the market cap of Bitcoin's $42.7 billion, the price would only be around $15 per MIOTA. And I quote you:
So, with all respect; whether you think Bitcoin will explode into the hundreds of thousands of dollars per Bitcoin within the next five years, or whether IOTA will take over in terms of price, your statement is self-contradictory, cause if you think Bitcoin will be that big in five years, you can't have much faith in IOTA.