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July 28, 2018, 08:30:44 PM
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Now that bitcoin is at a great adoption rate with the minimum you of coins present in the market this indicates that international politics plays a great role in the price deciding of bitcoin, I can give you an example of Germany, recently Germany bans on bitcoin lifted caused an increase in bitcoin price
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July 28, 2018, 08:40:36 PM
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Bitcoin is very volatile. It goes up and down at no time. But I started to think what causes its values to go down. These past few days, its prices are notably lower that last year's values. Last year, I believe, during the first few months, its prices are likewise low. Do bitcoin prices go down every January to February? Does it have a logical association?

Price is determined by supply and demand, long term supply is relatively stable so the changes are all due to falls in demand. Short term there are a variety of reasons for the recent slump:

Uncertainty over regulatory changes in South Korea and China
Bitcoin futures expire (today I believe)
Chinese lunar new year

The last one is perhaps the one that you can draw the most on in terms of a recurring pattern. The last 4 years the market has crashed a few weeks in advance of the Chinese Lunar New Year, presumably as people look to sell crypto to fund travel and expenses, it is the single biggest holiday in the world.

There are other reasons you could argue as to why the market crashes each January, other holidays like Christmas would also come in to it, as in January people are generally tight for money many may sell crypto or many may just not be in a position to buy more.
Excellent analysis, many overlook the subtleties when it comes to determining which factors are triggering the fall. It takes brilliant assessment skills in order to come out on top, I for one, need to continue to educate myself, in order to become a wiser and more successful investor!
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July 29, 2018, 12:58:31 PM
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Bitcoin is very volatile. It goes up and down at no time. But I started to think what causes its values to go down. These past few days, its prices are notably lower that last year's values. Last year, I believe, during the first few months, its prices are likewise low. Do bitcoin prices go down every January to February? Does it have a logical association?

Basically, the price of bitcoin really determines its flow on the cryptoworld. We all know that and accept the fact that we are here primarily because of the price and it matters most.
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July 29, 2018, 01:03:33 PM
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I think the most influential factor is the negative news factor about bitcoin and also the least amount of demand for bitcoin. Perhaps that is very influential on the reduction of bitcoin prices. That's just my personal opinion. And I see a lot of different opinions on this thread.

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July 29, 2018, 01:41:03 PM
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Bitcoin is very volatile. It goes up and down at no time. But I started to think what causes its values to go down. These past few days, its prices are notably lower that last year's values. Last year, I believe, during the first few months, its prices are likewise low. Do bitcoin prices go down every January to February? Does it have a logical association?

Actually there so many circumstances why the values of bitcoin is consecutively drops  since from january to this month,first those news feed we heard a banned of bitcoin into some different countries like korea and india,while the china banned the foreign ICO project to enter into there country because they want to create there own cryptocurrency,and after this they alligned the price value of bitcoin because as they stated its would over into the blockchain,so this all things are the influential factors thats can affects bitcoin and turns to falling down.

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July 29, 2018, 01:45:30 PM
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Prices crash faster than they rise. If people believe a piece of FUD is important, combined with how fast the price is falling, that only encourages people to unload faster, causing a much greater dip.
Another factor we have to take in to consideration when understanding bitcoin price movements are the so called hodler's. This investor's term - unique to cryptocurrency refers to people who prefer to hold onto their bitcoin rather than sell them. This means that no matter how low the price of the cryptocurrency goes, there is never likely to be a wholesale sell-off from all investors.
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July 29, 2018, 02:04:07 PM
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I think the most influential factor is the negative news factor about bitcoin and also the least amount of demand for bitcoin. Perhaps that is very influential on the reduction of bitcoin prices. That's just my personal opinion. And I see a lot of different opinions on this thread.

not only that the factors that influence the development of bitcoin, but other factors that quite a lot, that is the factor of enthusiasts bitcoin and risks faced by enthusiasts
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July 29, 2018, 02:30:20 PM
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Factors that affect the decrease of bitcoin is the number of requests. As more and more demand I think bitcoin prices will increase. That's just my opinion. And there are still many factors that affect bitcoin. All I know is that.
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July 29, 2018, 04:07:07 PM
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The demand factor plays an important role in the bitcoin price.
So also government interventions and activities of the big players in the cryptocurrency space.

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July 29, 2018, 04:34:51 PM
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I think that elements influenced most strongly to bitcoin it is the provisions about the operation of it. Managers can have the biggest impact up the price of Bitcoin, and currencies other encoding, when that many countries or have deployed or are planning to put the coins into this framework. If the management regulations become too burdensome, they can have a negative impact on the use and value of the currency coding.
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July 29, 2018, 08:08:06 PM
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The demand factor plays an important role in the bitcoin price.
So also government interventions and activities of the big players in the cryptocurrency space.
Yes, We can consider demand as one of major factors why bitcoin fall down but it can not cause bitcoin to drop that drastically. The drastic drop is just too unusual. There are large holders of bitcoin, Whales, Who manipulates the bitcoin price and they own 40 percent of the market.

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July 30, 2018, 11:25:51 AM
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The attitude of some superpowers to BTC can best affect the price of BTC!
Now the United States maintains a neutral attitude towards BTC. If the United States bans BTC, BTC may fall sharply!

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August 01, 2018, 07:16:26 AM
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Factors that affect the decrease of bitcoin is the number of requests. As more and more demand I think bitcoin prices will increase. That's just my opinion. And there are still many factors that affect bitcoin. All I know is that.
This influence only occurs in the fast investment group and the desire to get rich quick profits to sell off. If the number of people is large then most of the market, the market will be because it goes down. What we are worried about is that the big investors withdrew their capital out of the market, which is surely very disappointing. So smart investment and thinking for the general community will grow.
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September 26, 2018, 01:22:48 PM
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It relies upon request and supply powers, otherwise known as the market powers. Things happening everywhere throughout the globe identified with bitcoin additionally help in deciding the elements. The cost is generally lower and is lessening a direct result of reasons like fates getting terminated, bits of gossip about South Korea restricting crypto trades. The only thing that is important is on how individuals responded to the economic situations and accordingly how they react to it. In the event that they freeze, they offer and in the event that they don't, they choose to settle on a more shrewd choice .
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September 26, 2018, 03:15:50 PM
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In my opinion the most influential factor that triggers bitcoin prices to fall down is that such banning from other influenced countries due to its bad news that possibly scattered world wide. And also the presence of scams project that hurting great investors for their great losses due to this fraudulent affection.

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September 26, 2018, 03:26:23 PM
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Can we really mention one most influential factor that makes the price of bitcoin to fall?  So many people have given several reasons. G20 summit, regulations, ban and prohibition, bitcoin ETF, demand and supply, manipulation etc. I think all or some of these are responsible.

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September 26, 2018, 10:28:19 PM
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there is no precise time accuracy about when the bitcoin price will increase or decrease and of course all that will depend on market demand. and one of the factors that led to the fall in the price of bitcoin was from some negative news because it would trigger a decline in the interest of investors who would join the crypto world.
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September 27, 2018, 12:30:28 AM
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Bitcoin is main cryptocurrency in cryptomarket and bitcoin price movement must be affecting on altcoin price too. But bitcoin price right now still higher compare september on last year. It will recovery because many good news will come to cryptomarket

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September 27, 2018, 12:51:21 AM
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Bitcoin is main cryptocurrency in cryptomarket and bitcoin price movement must be affecting on altcoin price too. But bitcoin price right now still higher compare september on last year. It will recovery because many good news will come to cryptomarket
bitcoin price could influence investor psychology that hold altcoin too.if its price down, their confidence down too and maybe some of them are panic and selling all of assets.

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September 27, 2018, 12:52:45 AM
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Panic selling is what draws the price of Bitcoin so down to the drain. Any event which leads to panic selling of Bitcoin can be considered as a contributing factor. The news of a hacked exchange site, false news from governments, banks and the media, a Bitcoin advocate country later banning Bitcoins etc. All these factors contribute to the fall in price of Bitcoin on the market.

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