I would say within the next year we can easily hit $2bln in market cap. That's really just a drop in the bucket with all the money sloshing around in the financial system. Its a better product than bitcoin and a lot of the infrastructure is in place for crypto companies to switch over to btsx. After next year I think we get exponential growth to $20bln by end of 2016... so $1/btsx in 2015 and $10/btsx by 2016. If the tech catches on like many think it could, don't be surprised to see a $100bln valuation on btsx in the next 5 years, which still isn't even = to the market cap of visa.
The price is surpressed now because of how difficult it is to actually aquire shares... The new onramps will help immensely with that.
We're in the realm of pure speculation in this thread, so there's no "wrong answer". But I believe 20bn in 2 years is way too bullish. At 60M$ market cap, it's a 33,333% increase in 2 years. I might be proven wrong, but regulatory issues might slow down mass adoption, as institutional investors will not invest massively if it's not properly regulated, and the range of 20bn to 100bn market cap won't be achieved without those investor. I'm not for regulations, but it seems the traditional financial world needs them to believe it's "safe".
In my humble opinion, I would be satisfied if BTSX shares are worth a solid (not at the peak of a pump) 1$-2$ in 2 to 3 years. I don't even dare to speculate further than that. But if the whole world sees the potential of Bitshares as much as several of the members of this community, we're in for a very durable and profitable increase in value.
50$ each BTSX? Don't know if it will happen some day, but if it does I'll get a vault to secure my laptop.