Bitcoin Crashes Below $30,000

by | Jul 22, 2021 | Crypto, Money | 0 comments

This video,  discuss the context for Bitcoin's crash below $30,000.

It's important to remember that Bitcoin is a free market:

  • No circuit breakers
  • No lock limit down
  • No Fed emergency meeting

Bitcoin's price volatility is similar to the volatility of the price of gold during the Weimar Republic. Meanwhile, hodling is hard. Make sure that you know what you own, and that you've done your own research. Don't keep checking the Bitcoin price every 5 minutes, especially if your holding period is 10 years.

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