Bitcoin has zero correlation to stocks once more and critics were wrong to doubt its safe-haven status, says the Morgan Creek Digital co-founder.
Another bullish start to the week comes as macro markets falter and one analyst says price growth will go “vertical” in early 2021.
Max Keiser, Wall Street veteran and host of The Keiser Report, shares his thoughts on Bitcoin price breaking $13,000 and the U.S. election in an exclusive interview with Cointelegraph Markets.
Bitcoin odds are “repricing quickly,” says Skew as one analyst highlights the current price pump’s “organic” nature.
Bitcoin price hits a new record high in seven national currencies of 500 million people.
Further gains in Wednesday trading come as mixed reactions flow in over PayPal’s decision to support four cryptocurrencies in 2021.
The long-awaited “flippening” of fiat at PayPal will begin next year, as Bitcoin price action offers almost 5% daily gains.
Bitcoin leaving macro assets behind will be the “biggest story in crypto” if it continues, but there’s more to be bullish about, says Cole Garner.
Bitcoin’s difficulty and hash rate are higher than ever as markets prepare for the outcome of the U.S. elections.
The largest cryptocurrency will “massively outperform gold” before that, says the Real Vision founder.