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Bitcoin Price Reaches Yet Another 2023 High

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Thu, 9/11/2023 - 5:24
Bitcoin Price Reaches Yet Another 2023 High
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Bitcoin has achieved a new high for the year 2023, touching $36,864 on the Bitstamp exchange earlier today. 

This surge marks a notable milestone in the cryptocurrency's recent rally, reflecting growing investor confidence due to the hype surrounding the seemingly imminent arrival of spot-based Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs). 

ETF approval odds remain sky-high

As reported by U.Today, James Seyffart of Bloomberg Intelligence cites a 90% chance of such approvals by Jan. 10 while hinting at a possible collective approval for current applicants. 

The SEC's pattern of delaying decisions for firms, including major players like BlackRock and Fidelity, suggests a strategic setup for a series of Bitcoin ETF launches following Grayscale's legal success. 

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Bitwise CIO Matt Hougan believes that it could be one of the most successful ETF launches ever. He expects it to attract massive inflows of over $50 billion in inflows within the first five years. 

Significant liquidations sweep the crypto market

The past 24 hours have been tumultuous for traders, with a total of 49,689 traders liquidated, resulting in $148.42 million in liquidations, according to Coinglass data.  

This volatility was not evenly spread across the market, as evidenced by the disproportionate number of short liquidations, which made up roughly 81.85% of total liquidations. 

Binance led the exchanges in terms of liquidation volume, followed closely by OKX, which also recorded the largest single liquidation order valued at $7.95 million. 

These liquidations once again showcase the high-risk nature of cryptocurrency trading. 

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