Bitcoin Recovers from Below $7.2K After Schiff Says ‘Game Is Over’
Helen Partz's original article for cointelegraph.com reduced by 76%
After Bitcoin attempted another recovery yesterday to break above $7,500, the biggest cryptocurrency has dipped below the $7,200 threshold again today. After failing to hold the $7,500 support yesterday, Bitcoin saw a sharp drop below the $7,200 price point earlier on the day before another recovery attempt. At press time, Bitcoin is trading at $7,383, down 1.4% over the past 24 hours, with an intraday low of $7,179, according to Coin360.
Bitcoin's price dynamics look worse over the past week as the cryptocurrency lost 2.7% over a seven day period to date. Over a 30-day perspective, the trend is even worse, as Bitcoin has slipped more than 20% from around $9,346 on Nov. 5.Bitcoin's recent price fluctuations came amidst a transaction that moved nearly $9 million in BTC in a single hour yesterday.
According to gold bug and famous crypto skeptic Peter Schiff, the recent movements in Bitcoin's price show that Bitcoin cannot attract any new buyers and the game is over. Bloomberg analysts have recently predicted that Bitcoin will see $6,500 as good support and $10,000 as initial resistance in 2020.
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