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Bitcoin May Revisit $10,000 for Worse Reason Than FTX Downfall: Bloomberg's Chief Analyst

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Wed, 9/11/2022 - 16:05
Bitcoin May Revisit $10,000 for Worse Reason Than FTX Downfall: Bloomberg's Chief Analyst
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Leading commodity strategist Mike McGlone of Bloomberg Intelligence has taken to Twitter to share a forecast that the recent collapse of FTX may be not the worst prospect for the crypto markets this year.

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This new factor is likely to be triggered by the fall of Bankman-Fried's exchange. As a result, the tweet says, Bitcoin may revisit the $10,000 level.

McGlone believes that the current Bitcoin decline below the $18,000 level and price drops of altcoins may cause the capitulation of sell stops in the majority of markets, which have been pressurized since the start of the year, bringing on the fall of macroeconomic dominoes.

The great reversion of risk assets, McGlone says in a report, has become obvious today as Bitcoin plunged to the $17,600 zone.

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McGlone warns that the fall of FTX and its co-founder Sam Bankman-Fried has been a shock to the crypto market. However, if this macroeconomic domino fall takes place, the fall of crypto is likely to be much harder. As a result, Bitcoin may find the next support at the $10,000 level.

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