Bitcoin will fall to $4000 before any sustained bounce, analyst predicts

Cryptocurrency prices gave up some gains Wednesday with the No. 1 digital currency drifting back below $ 7,000 as bullish traders hold their breath. The swings in crypto prices over the past week have been indicative of the wider market, marked by listless, directionless trade. “The market remains …
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Bitcoin's market value should fall by more than a third before year-end, Swiss researchers say

By "Metcalfe's law," bitcoin's market value by the end of the year should be no more than $ 77 billion, Spencer Wheatley and Didier Sornette, both professors of entrepreneurial risks at ETH Zurich, said in a paper dated March 16. That's $ 41 billion, or nearly 35 percent, less than bitcoin's market …
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Serious question, and I don’t mean to get anyone upset, but isn’t this starting to look exactly like the last bitcoin crash where the fallout lasted several years before reaching a new ATH?

Pls don't yell at me

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PSA: This is the calm before the storm.

A lot of fringe “investors” and “believers” are losing interest and hope right now. Maybe they got in unwittingly during the fast march up from 10-20k, who knows.

The sentiment right now from mainstream types is quickly waning. Meanwhile, the groundwork that is currently being laid is FAR greater than even 3 months ago when we were at our all time high.

Let’s also not forget the active price pegging the futures markets are providing on a DAILY basis to give institutional grade requirements for the inevitable ETFs that may eventually be approved.

The fact that we are waddling between these prices and hitting even 12,000 with little fanfare leads me to believe the next leg up towards $ 100,000+ , we will then see some true FOMO.

Stay strong boys, we are the captains of this ship.

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These companies jumped on the bitcoin train right before it derailed

They announced initiatives into blockchain, the decentralized ledger technology bitcoin runs on, or simply plans to “mine” the cryptocurrency—that is, to solve complex computational problems that validate transactions on the network, with the chance of being rewarded with bitcoin. In many cases, the …
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