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The false Bitcoin price spikes
Constant demand for Bitcoins may have led to a sudden rise in the price, which has now surged to $4,929 from $3,161.
However, experts have come to the conclusion that there is no spike or bubble in the Bitcoin price, stating that the incumbent Bitcoin exchange operator has been gaming the system by selling and buying Bitcoin at prices that are close to the value they hold.
Most likely, even if the Bitcoin's value spiked, this would be on the decline.
Note, buyers have long been watching the price decline closely - prices have tumbled drastically and more spiking forwards than they did back in the 2015-2016 season.
Bitcoin Speed.com founder Aly Shih is also finding this pattern a little familiar:
Aly Shiha then:
#BTCHigh #BlockAdvance #Blockshare
“Crypto is gradually re-entry. After a big spike in peak #BTC then a long decline at midnight in December. The beginning of routine bidding for peer to peer (P2P) networks, then some market turbulence, then a bit of a rally. Winds have steered the price back down, and again a swing back to high #BTS next month.”
Bittrex may cause gold run to return
Already a few dozen crypto nodes are using Bittrexa to trade Bitcoin. The company said Friday that they were “sorry” for the events and would be releasing fresh information “as soon as possible.”
It said the company was receiving new “investor deposits” and hoping to “avoid further currency misunderstandings.”
Btc has a sensitive lock on who can use it.