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Bitcoin Smashes Past $13,000: BTC is “Bullish AF”, Analyst Says

Bulls Boost Bitcoin Beyond $13,000

Bulls have continued to make their presence known on Wednesday. Bitcoin (BTC), as of the time of writing this, is changing hands for $13,050 apiece, marking the highest the asset has been since late-June, prior to the brutal $4,000 dump following the blow-off top at $13,800. This rapid bullish reversal, which took a mere two weeks’ time, accentuates that Bitcoin is clearly in an uptrend.

If Bitcoin manages to close a daily candle, let alone a weekly candle, above $13,000, many analysts, including Crypto Hornhairs and Josh Rager, are sure that a move to establish new year-to-date highs will come in the coming days.

In fact, as Satoshi Flipper has pointed out, the Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) indicator on Bitcoin’s one-day chart flipped green, implying that there is a number of days of upside possible without a notable pullback.

As a result of this move, altcoins have begun to suffer further. In fact, as of press time, the Bitcoin dominance reading on CoinMarketCap sits at 65%, meaning that BTC effectively makes up two-thirds of the entire cryptocurrency industry. Long live the king.

This outlet has a number of speculative reasons why this trend is occurring. Per previous reports, Chris Burniske, a partner at venture fund Placeholder, suggested in a Twitter thread that when BTC rallies strongly, a “majority of ‘alts’ fall against Bitcoin.” Burniske attributes this to the fact that Bitcoin is the main liquidity provider in the space, thus making it illogical to sell much of the time.

Also, many altcoin projects have failed to deliver, all while institutional investors and large-name investors getting involved in cryptocurrency have focused their sights on Bitcoin.

Ichimoku Cloud Shows BTC is “Bullish AF”

Anyhow, how’s Bitcoin looking from a bit of a longer-term perspective? According to analyst CryptoHamster, quite, quite good. In a recent tweet, up-and-coming trader gave five reasons why Bitcoin looks bullish on its one-week chart according to the Ichimoku Cloud.

  • The cloud itself is green, implying that bulls are in control.
  • BTC is trading above the cloud.
  • BTC is trading above the conversion and baseline.
  • The conversion line is trading above the baseline.
  • The lagging span line has crossed price.

This isn’t the only sign that should have investors of this market entirely enthused. As spotted by Filb Filb in June, a prominent cryptocurrency analyst who believes BTC reaching $100,000 and beyond is possible, the one-month MACD was about to experience an extremely bullish crossover. More specifically, the indicator, meant to observe overarching trends, is about to see its third monthly cross from red to green in Bitcoin’s history.

he last time that this was seen was when BTC embarked on its bull run from the low triple digits ($300) to $20,000. 

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Tom Lee: Bitcoin (BTC) Could See ‘Fireworks’, $50,000 Closer Than You Think

Bitcoin Recovers to $12,000, Lee Expects Further Gains

It’s July 4th. You know what that means — fireworks, fireworks for Bitcoin (BTC) that is. According to a recent tweet from Thomas Lee of Fundstrat Global Advisors, the leading cryptocurrency may soon “see fireworks”, which, in the context of his Twitter timeline, suggests a strong move higher in the near future.

Case in point, in the tweet, Lee explained that since crossing above $10,000, the cryptocurrency market has been graced with “Level 10 FOMO”, which is a level of positive sentiment only seen during 3% of the asset’s history.

To be fair, Bitcoin has already beat the expectations of most analysts. As covered by this outlet last week, most analysts were projecting a strong downturn, but BTC is now sitting snug at $11,750 — up around 20% from the local bottom of $9,700.

You see, when BTC slipped from $13,800, its chart registered a series of signals deemed “bearish”. As reported by Ethereum World News previously, analyst Nunya Bizniz pointed out an interesting fractal (a previous bout of price action that plays out at different times) on Bitcoin’s one-day chart. He noted that 2018’s crash and 2019’s strong recovery is looking a lot like the price action seen in 2011 and 2012, which was the crypto market’s first full-fledged cycle.

During this period, Bitcoin rallied to new heights, fell by 94%, saw a rapid bounce by 260%, to then fall by 46%. Bizniz notes that if history is of any indication, Bitcoin could see a 46% decline, which would bring it back to the $7,000 range.

More importantly though, Bizniz noted in a later tweet that Bitcoin recently broke under a parabola that it has held for upwards of six months. This is notable, as the origin of this move stretches back to Bitcoin’s bottom of $3,150. For those unaware, each time BTC failed to hold a medium- to a long-term parabola, an 80% correction ensued.

So, now that a strong reversal is off the table, where exactly does Lee expect for Bitcoin to head?

While he didn’t make any explicit predictions in the aforementioned tweet, we can look to his previous comments to get some insight. Speaking to Wei Zhou of Binance, the prominent analyst noted that once $10,000 is breached, all proverbial hell will break loose in the cryptocurrency market. Lee, accentuating his optimism, went on to say that $20,000 and $40,000 should fall shortly after the achievement of $10,000.

Lee still seems to be closely eyeing $40,000, as, replying to a commenter, the Fundstrat analyst quipped that $50,000 may be crossed “sooner than most think… “

While some have suggested that much of the hypothesized buying pressure will come from retail investors, more and more data suggests that institutions will be the ones driving the rally. Speaking to Bloomberg earlier this week, Michael “Novo” Novogratz of Galaxy Digital claimed that pensions and endowments will be the ones driving Bitcoin past $20,000.

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Bitcoin (BTC) May Fall by 25% to $9,000 After Reaching $12,400: Analyst

Bitcoin Ready to Fall by 25%?

Wow. After collapsing just the other day, Bitcoin (BTC) bulls are right back at it. Just yesterday, BTC was sitting at $10,400, having fallen by over $3,000 from its local peak at $13,800 — a key resistance level and the 0.618 Fibonacci Retracement level of the entire bear market. Now, the leading cryptocurrency sits at $12,300, still shy of $13,800. While this rapid recovery has many claiming that BTC is ready to take on new all-time highs once again, one analyst suggests that this recovery sits Bitcoin right up for yet another collapse.

In a recent TradingView analysis, known trader Financial Survivalism claimed that the chances of a strong correction have been building for a while now, ever since Bitcoin broke past $5,800 and then $8,000.

The analysis, posted some 24 hours ago as of the time of writing this report, predicted the rebound to $12,400, which is just over where Bitcoin sits now.

This is important, as Survivalism predicted that once $12,400 has been hit, a correction to $9,000, which has acted as an important level of both support and resistance over the past few weeks, will begin to take place. This has yet to occur, but considering the accuracy of the target of $12,400, this 25% drop may come to fruition in the near future.

As to technical reasons for this reversal, Survivalism seemed to point out three. Firstly, a move to $9,000 would give Bitcoin a chance to revisit an uptrend support that BTC followed closely from late-April to just two weeks back. Secondly, the BitMEX funding rate has hit very high levels, implying that longs may need to close their positions, leading to a devaluation of the cryptocurrency. And lastly, the Average Directional Index, a technical analysis indicator meant to determine the strength of a trend, is “looking ready to roll over soon on the daily”, implying weakness.

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Some Analysts Still Bullish Beyond Compare

While $9,000 seems to be on the table, especially considering the technical factors, some have been entirely optimistic. Naeem Aslam has remarked that as long as BTC stays above the 242-day moving average, which is somewhat unorthodox compared to the traditional 50 or 200-day, a correction is unlikely. In fact, he quips that in the short term, $20,000 is likely; and in the long run, Bitcoin could foray into the $60,000 to $100,000 range — just around five to eight times higher than current levels. Crazy, eh?

This may sound crazy to investors in traditional markets, most of which are used to 10% yearly gains, but many agree with Aslam’s cheer. In an email to CoinTelegraph, Simon Peters suggested that Bitcoin could reach $20,000 within one to two weeks.

The eToro analyst backed this claim by noting that when BTC first broke past $11,800 in 2017, it took just around a week or two to blast to $20,000. It is important to note that during the last boom, the conditions were different: the CME and CBOE had just announced their futures and retail investors were FOMOing.

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Bitcoin (BTC) Hitting $20,000 Next Week, $100,000 by December Possible: Analyst

Bitcoin May Continue Parabolic Price Action, Suggests eToro Analyst

Bitcoin (BTC) has been an absolute tear as of late. Ever since it hit $10,000, the cryptocurrency has been almost unstoppable, rallying to $13,200 as of the time of writing this after peaking at $13,800 earlier today.

With this rapid move, some have begun to suggest that $20,000 — the crypto asset’s all-time high established in December 2017 — is coming into Bitcoin’s scopes once again. In a recent comment given to the revived trade publication CCN, Simon Peters of eToro, a cryptocurrency-friendly brokerage, expressed that $20,000 is coming into view. He claimed that if BTC manages to “maintain its current parabolic trajectory”, which this outlet mentioned in a previous report, it could reach the aforementioned auspicious price point “within the next 7 to 14 days.”

Peters gives two reasons for this analysis. Firstly, the last time BTC was at $11,800, it took around one to two weeks for the cryptocurrency to hit $20,000 from there, which was an upward move catalyzed by retail FOMO. And secondly and more importantly, Facebook’s Libra project has imbued this space with a new sense of validity, which should lead to price appreciation with time.

Peters didn’t stop there though. In a later comment, the eToro analyst remarked that $50,000 or $100,000 could be seen for Bitcoin this year, noting that BTC is just ending the first half of this year. This quip comes shortly after Naeem Aslam of Think Markets explained that as long as BTC stays above the 242-day moving average, which is somewhat unorthodox compared to the traditional 50 or 200-day, a correction is unlikely. In fact, he quips that in the long run, Bitcoin is likely to enter the $60,000 to $100,000 range — just around six to ten times higher than current levels.

To embark on this spectacular rally, however, Aslam asserts that Bitcoin will need to decidedly break past $20,000, which will push BTC into a new region of price discovery. And from there, $50,000 and $100,000 remain the only other key resistances on the cryptocurrency market’s attempt to reach the so-called “moon”.

Institutional Money Behind Boom

On the matter of why this boom is coming to life, Peters explained:

“What’s interesting about this rally is that it doesn’t seem to be fuelled as heavily by new retail investors… Looking at historic Google trends data, the search terms for ‘Buy Bitcoin’ have typically spiked with the price as new retail investors jumped on the train. The fact that trends data hasn’t spiked with price on this occasion suggests that new capital is instead coming from institutions.”

Despite heavy institutional involvement, preliminary data is showing that retail is getting on board. As reported by this outlet previously, analytics service The TIE claims that the move past $10,000 resulted in a massive uptick in retail interest. More specifically, once Bitcoin moved past $10,000 for the first time since March 2018, the number of BTC-related tweets spiked. In fact, the analysts at The TIE suggest that on June 22nd, there were over 50,000 Bitcoin-related tweets — the highest this figure has been in 489 days (February 20th, 2018).

But, as to how this will play out for the Bitcoin price remains to be seen.

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Bitcoin Price Hits $11K Less Than 24 Hours After Breaking $10K Mark

Bitcoin broke $11,000 for the first time since March last year after another major milestone at $10,000 just yesterday.

June 22 — bitcoin (BTC) has crossed the $11,000 line for the first time since March last year today. The leading cryptocurrency had surged past the $10,000 mark less than 24 hours ago.

Yesterday, on June 21, professional trader Peter Brandt tweeted that bitcoin’s price is currently taking aim at $100,000 target.

In his tweet, Brandt noted that bitcoin is on its fourth parabolic growth phase and is a market like no other:

“Bitcoin takes aim at $100,000 target. $btcusd is experiencing its fourth parabolic phase dating back to 2010. No other market in my 45 years of trading has gone parabolic on a log chart in this manner. Bitcoin is a market like no other.”

Attached to the tweet, Brandt also published a table containing data about the price growth of bitcoin. According to the data contained in the image, from October 2011 to December 2017, bitcoin increased its value 9,765-fold.

Among the responses to the post there are numerous scam attempts, publicizing fake BTC and ETH giveaways from Brandt. At least one of the scams is promoted through verified Twitter profiles.

In late May, the co-founder of blockchain investment firm Kenetic predicted that the price of bitcoin will rally as high as $30,000 by the end of this year.

Earlier this month, the founder and CEO of Digital Currency Group argued that it “looks like, perhaps, we are coming out of a crypto winter and we’ve entered a crypto spring,” in an interview with Bloomberg.

However, in an interview with Cointelegraph the same week, another industry commentator — ex-Wall Street executive and current blockchain researcher Tone Vays expressed skepticism about the fact that crypto winter is over.

Earlier this week, cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab released the results of a survey showing that 19% of people globally have purchased cryptocurrency.

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Bitcoin (BTC) Can Reach 40,000 USD in 5 Months After Breaking The Resistance Set At 10,000 USD, Tom Lee Says

Tom
Lee remains bullish and does not stop sharing his optimistic vision
about the future of Bitcoin. In a recent interview with Binance CFO,
Wei Zhou for the exchange’s official podcast, the founder of
Fundstrat Global Advisors once again gave one of his famous bullish
predictions – perhaps the most optimistic of all:

For the well-known financial analyst, if Bitcoin achieves enough
momentum, the Bullrun could catapult it at prices higher than those
recorded during 2017:

“I think FOMO really gets triggered once Bitcoin hits 10,000 so going from 10,000 to 20,000 is gonna be fast and furious”

The analyst explains that this price increase would be quite accelerated, which corresponds to the “typical” behavior of these markets. For Lee, in less than a semester, BTC could go from $10,000 to $40,000, as long as it manages to break the historical resistance around 10,000 USD:

“If bitcoin somehow manages to get to [$10,000], it’s very likely going to make a run to $40,000 within five months.

Lee told Wei that the crypto-market begins to gain hype when prices
reach levels that have rarely been experienced (about 3% of past
cycles). 

Currently, the price that best fits this rule is $10,000. In the entire history of Bitcoin, it was traded above this line for 87 days, which fits within the range established by Mr. Lee.

The line turns green when Bitcoin (BTC) is traded at 10,000 USD or higher
The line turns green when Bitcoin (BTC) is traded at 10,000 USD or higher

Mr. Lee is known for his hyper-bullish stance, yet he has always supported his arguments despite failing in his guesses. During 2018 he had to reconsider his forecasts, lowering the price he gave to Bitcoin at the end of the year. Finally, he ended up tweeting that he would temporarily suspend predictions related to the price of Bitcoin.

Other analysts, however, do share Lee’s vision. However, rather than relying on technical analysis, most believe on fundamentals. Max Keiser, Tim Draper, Mike Novogratz and the Winklevoss brothers -to name a few- believe that Bitcoin will replace gold -or at least will become a major competitor in the upcoming years.

Currently, BTC is being traded at around 7600 USD. After a strong
rise that led it to almost 9000 USD, an alleged manipulation of
prices resulting from a massive movement of tokens caused a sharp
drop of more than 1000 USD.

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Oracle of Bitcoin Calls BTC Movement Aggressive, Predicts $10K Price Soon

Bitcoin’s price action over the past few months has been impressive. It has managed to double in value in the last two months, especially impressive taking 2018’s bear market into consideration, but it still pales in comparison.

Bitcoin is up 129% year-to-date, while BNB has seen an astounding 432% performance increase as the entire cryptocurrency market embraces a new ‘Spring’. However, even with these relatively modest gains for the well-known high performing Bitcoin, there have been some pretty big and positive predictions.

Well known Bitcoin commentator, and head of CIvic, Vinny Lingham has come forward and stated that his views. Ligham, also known as the ‘Oracle of Bitcoin’ believes that Bitcoin will soon blast past $10,000 and test the reaches of $12,000.

Can it skyrocket?

Bitcoin recently tipped over the $9,000 mark, but it was fleeting and caused a massive correction. Having reached that milestone the price of Bitcoin fell back towards $8,000 and has been trying to recover ever since.

However, for Lingham, this is still being viewed as an ‘aggressive’ price movement, and for that reason there is a strong belief it will reach $10,000 and keep going. Where Lingham is a little more cautious is what it does following that price point.

Ligham, potentially looking at how Bitcoin reacted to reaching $9,000, is skeptical about the coins chances of reaching higher than $12,000 in the short terms if it does rally quickly to that price point.

Steady growth

Bitcoin’s growth in the last two months has been positive as well as impressive, but only relative to the previous 18 months where the coins struggled to pick up many gains and was on a general downward trend in a hash bear market.

However, even before that, the growth of Bitcoin was known to pick up huge gains in quick succession as the coin rallied from $8,000 to $20,000 in less than two weeks. The current growth pattern then is better than the bear market, but not as exponential as prior to that.

However, in terms of sustainability and potential for more growth, this is probably a good thing. Lingham’s prediction that it could smash through about $3,000 worth of growth is probably a bit parabolic, and thus he caveats it with the fact that it could quickly consolidate.

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Bitcoin (BTC) At $1,000,000 Still In Play, Says Venture Capitalist

Bitcoin Bulls Are Back

With the recent action in the crypto markets, Bitcoin (BTC) bulls have returned. Gone are the days when people were calling for the death of this market. In a recent interview with The Street, James Altucher, a prominent venture capitalist and former hedge fund manager, suggested that the ongoing BTC rally has just commenced.

The investor, who rose to prominence in the cryptocurrency space when he became one of Bitcoin’s boosters in 2017, told the financial news outlet that Bitcoin may soon reach seven figures. Altucher, who first made this type of prediction when BTC first crossed above $10,000 in 2017, stated that Bitcoin hitting $1 million is still on the table, here’s why:

The investor states that he estimates there is around $200 trillion worth of fiat monies in the world, while there is only around $200 billion worth of digital assets in circulation. Altucher writes that if Bitcoin manages to secure all of that value, each BTC would have the purchasing power of around $8 million, far higher than current prices, about 1,000x higher. Although this sounds absolutely absurd, the investor states that it’s possible, as Bitcoin and related technologies are purportedly much more efficient and reliable than fiat monies.

Thus, he concluded that $1 million for each Bitcoin is entirely reasonable, but didn’t give a specific deadline for this prediction. Funnily enough, he suggested in 2017 that the cryptocurrency was going to hit $1 million in 2020. Regardless, he isn’t the first to have suggested that Bitcoin will reach such a price point.

$1 Million Club

Per previous reports from Ethereum World News, Jesse Lund, formerly IBM Blockchain’s lead, told Finder that BTC trading at $1,000,000 isn’t exactly off the table. The former IBM executive even quipped that he likes that figure, as each Satoshi would be valued at $0.01 at that point. Fundamentally, he added that a seven-figure valuation would give Bitcoin $20 trillion in network liquidity, making corporate payments on the blockchain a possibility.

More recently, we’ve seen Wences Casares of Xapo, described by many as ‘Patient Zero’ (he spread the Bitcoin bug), make a similar prediction. In a recent blog post, Casares wrote that while he believes that the experiment-esque BTC has a 20% chance of failing, its 10 years of operation, with “60 million and rapidly growing holders,” and the continual use in the real world (movement of $1 billion in value/each day) gives it a good chance of succeeding.

And if it does, the Xapo chief executive noted that each unit of the cryptocurrency could surmount $1 million, all within a decade’s time. This is over 100 times what it is valued at today. With this in mind, he noted that it is nonsensical not to own Bitcoin, calling it a “unique opportunity for a non-material exposure to produce a material outcome.” He added that not owning any of the digital assets may very well be almost “irresponsible.” In conclusion, Casares opines:

In today’s world where every asset seems priced for perfection, it is hard, if not impossible, to find an asset that is so mispriced and where the possible outcomes are so asymmetrical.

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Ready or Not, Bitcoin Price to Reach $10K This Week Says Chief Market Analyst

Bitcoin BTC Market Dominance 2019

With Bitcoin kicking off the week with yet another positive spike in its price, bigger and bolder predictions are being made about its potential next target. Naeem Aslam of ThinkMarkets has been so bold as to predict that its price could reach $10,000 by this week,

The chief analyst put out an enticing warning to investors who may not be used to the full potential of Bitcoin’s volatility. Previously to this rally, it took Bitcoin mere days to go from $10,000 to $20,000, and so it could be that this next resistance level might trigger a big bull run.

Ready or not

Aslam outlined, in an email to his subscribers, that Bitcoin looks likely to break through to $10,000 as early as this week having nearly crossed over the $9,000 mark at the beginning of this week.

If you are not ready then get ready, because the Bitcoin price is about the blast past the level of $10K, recovering half of its losses from it’s all time high, a real embarrassing moment for those who said that the currency will never recover from its losses,” explained Aslam.

“It is the best performing asset of 2019 and the YTD gains are standing at 140 percent and it has gone up by 70 percent only during the month of May. This is what Bitcoin is all about, never doubt the resilience of the currency and the support it has among the community.”

Moving well

Part of Aslam’s analysis has to do with how Bitcoin has been performing of late. He has broken down its year to date gains, which are impressive as it came out of a bleak bearish market, but even its moving averages are impressive.

“Technically speaking, I think Bitcoin price is likely to blast through level of 10K this week or by next week, if the momentum continues at this pace. The price is trading well above the important moving averages, 50, 100 and 200-day simple moving averages and the most important among all of them is the 242-day moving average,” he added.

“Check the resilience of this moving average on a daily time frame and everything will become crystal clear. I strongly think that as long the price stays above this moving average, this bull run would continue.”

Where to next?

While the cryptocurrency spring is in full swing it would be hard to say that Bitcoin is in a full bull run as seen before in December of 2017. That being said, Alsam’s positivity abounds as he is already predicting where the next levels of resistance may come from for the major cryptocurrency.

“The next important price levels are: the resistance of 10K followed by 15K level. It is highly likely that the price may break through the 10K mark and reach $12K or $13K and then start to retrace back to its support of $8K, before the momentum tries again to reach the level of 15K again,” he concluded.

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EOS, BNB and TRON (TRX) Will Rise Over 400% By The End of 2019, Panel of Experts Predicts

2019 will be a bullish year and most analysts and experts in cryptocurrencies seem to agree. After presenting important indications of growth, many experts declared the beginning of Alt Season. This, of course, increased optimism and expectations of investors and crypto enthusiasts around the world.

A study by Finder contrasted the perceptions of a panel of 10 experts who analyzed the performance of 13 leading altcoins, in order to give their predictions.

While all altcoins appear to be bullish (Bitcoin too, read the full story here) the panel of experts believes that Tron (TRX), EOS and BNB will close the year with the most profits. The worst performers (although bullish) will be BSV, Monero (XMR) and XRP.

EOS Will be The most Bullish Crypto According to the Experts

The panel of experts was extremely bullish about EOS. On average, they expect the crypto to reach a price close to $18.7 which would represent an increase of 727% over the beginning of the year.

EOS could be the most bullish crypto according to experts

Binance Coin (BNB)

Binance’s native token will be the second most profitable cryptocurrency, with an expected growth of 450% by the end of December 2019. Experts predict that the token will go from 6.24 USD to approximately 34.9 USD.

Binance (BNB) Will remain strong

TRON (TRX)

The blockchain promoted by Justin Sun remains in third position, very close to the BNB. Experts say each token should reach about $0.15 for a growth of about 449%.

Tron (TRX) will be one of the best perdorming cryptos

XRP Will Perform Fine… Just Not That Fine

Ripple’s token is at the bottom of the list with a 49% increase. While it is well below the 727% obtained by EOS, it is also much stronger and more optimistic than the better forecast of other financial instruments such as the SP500 or the Nasdaq. Experts believe the token will close the year at least near $0.44 per token.

XRP will not be as bullish as its army expects

Monero (XMR)

The privacy coin seems to be a little underground since 2017. According to tech experts, after overcoming a bearish streak, the token will end the year with a value of 68.5 USD, which represents a 57% increase in its value.

Monero could increase its value by 57% according to the panel of experts

BSV

The token sponsored by Craig Wright (famous for his claims of being Satoshi Nakamoto) could rise above $605 which translates into a positive performance of 60%.

Bitcoin SV will have a poor (but bullish) performance according to the experts

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