As the crypto market continues to bleed, Bitcoin (BTC), the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, has just dropped below $30,000 support, erasing almost all of 2021’s accumulated gains.
Profit Taking Likely Behind This Huge Dump
The losses recorded this week now stands around 25%. According to the trading activity on the leading cryptocurrency exchange, Coinbase, the current significant downtrend in the price of Bitcoin (BTC) is attributed to the continued profit-taking by the United States and European investors.
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At 0:30 UTC on Thursday, Bitcoin (BTC) dropped to $29,112 on Coinbase, a level attained on 4th January 2021 when the leading digital currency started rallying notably, which later resulted in recording a new price all-time high around $42,000 on 8th January.
At the time of filing this report, BTC is trading at $30,351.71, with about a 13% price downtrend in the last 24 hours.
Guggenheim’s CIO Scott Minerd Had Said a Retracement to $20,000 Is Possible
Scott Minerd, the CIO of Guggenheim, who earlier predicted that Bitcoin (BTC) would be worth $400,000 someday, recently said he thinks Bitcoin has topped temporarily, saying that a correction to $20,000 area is possible.
As it currently stands, the continued selling has pushed bitcoin’s year-to-date gains below 1%.
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According to Bloomberg analyst, Mike McGlone, bulls may be able to pare losses. Speaking to CoinDesk, he said, “Bitcoin appears similar to May-June 2017 price range of $3000-$2000 before breaking out higher.”
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