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June 12, 2020, 11:54:16 AM
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during previous crises the S&P 500 bounced by 15-25% and then returned to a downtrend. If the index now demonstrates the same trend, it will go into a phase of falling from a mark of 2960 points.
but why Bitcoin Depends on the S&P 500?
In recent months, the digital money industry has been highly dependent on the stock market. The price of digital assets fell and grew along with stock quotes, which was especially evident in early March. One of the reasons is that investors in bitcoin and other coins fixed their positions in order to compensate for losses from investments in traditional assets.
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June 12, 2020, 11:58:08 AM
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during previous crises the S&P 500 bounced by 15-25% and then returned to a downtrend. If the index now demonstrates the same trend, it will go into a phase of falling from a mark of 2960 points.
but why Bitcoin Depends on the S&P 500?
In recent months, the digital money industry has been highly dependent on the stock market. The price of digital assets fell and grew along with stock quotes, which was especially evident in early March. One of the reasons is that investors in bitcoin and other coins fixed their positions in order to compensate for losses from investments in traditional assets.
Another possible reason is the fluctuation of the dollar. The US currency is considered one of the safest assets, which is why investors transfer capital to it during market uncertainties.
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June 12, 2020, 12:01:36 PM
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This causes the USD to strengthen, respectively, the cryptocurrency is cheaper relative to it.
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June 12, 2020, 12:04:48 PM
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there is a risk that the collapse in the digital asset market may recur. This is likely to happen if the S&P 500 index does not overcome the indicated resistance and returns to a fall, as experts predict.
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June 12, 2020, 12:07:28 PM
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there is a risk that the collapse in the digital asset market may recur. This is likely to happen if the S&P 500 index does not overcome the indicated resistance and returns to a fall, as experts predict.
If you do not take into account the stock market, what else affects bitcoin price?
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June 12, 2020, 12:10:04 PM
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there is a risk that the collapse in the digital asset market may recur. This is likely to happen if the S&P 500 index does not overcome the indicated resistance and returns to a fall, as experts predict.
If you do not take into account the stock market, what else affects bitcoin price?
bitcoin could go down to $ 6,200 without the influence of the stock market if the exchange rate fails to gain a foothold above the resistance level of $ 6900. Then the price will begin to fall.
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June 12, 2020, 12:13:32 PM
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there is a risk that the collapse in the digital asset market may recur. This is likely to happen if the S&P 500 index does not overcome the indicated resistance and returns to a fall, as experts predict.
If you do not take into account the stock market, what else affects bitcoin price?
bitcoin could go down to $ 6,200 without the influence of the stock market if the exchange rate fails to gain a foothold above the resistance level of $ 6900. Then the price will begin to fall.
it is necessary that it rises above the upper of the Bollinger Bands
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June 12, 2020, 12:16:19 PM
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there is a risk that the collapse in the digital asset market may recur. This is likely to happen if the S&P 500 index does not overcome the indicated resistance and returns to a fall, as experts predict.
If you do not take into account the stock market, what else affects bitcoin price?
bitcoin could go down to $ 6,200 without the influence of the stock market if the exchange rate fails to gain a foothold above the resistance level of $ 6900. Then the price will begin to fall.
it is necessary that it rises above the upper of the Bollinger Bands
financial pyramids also hinder the growth of the Bitcoin exchange rate
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June 12, 2020, 12:19:29 PM
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The main factor in the current price stagnation in the cryptocurrency market is the spread of fraudulent schemes, I am sure. We will probably turn around for this period in the history of Bitcoin, when the price did not rise despite the fact that the rollback in the macro context was extremely bullish, and to realize that this was due to seller pressure in the face of exit scams for billions of dollars. It's that simple.

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June 12, 2020, 12:23:11 PM
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Bitcoin has “no chance” of becoming a reliable currency in the future. Its too difficult to use, too easy to crack, too easy to lose, very difficult to understand and value. there are many altcoins, which creates additional difficulties for people to know why Bitcoin is better than the rest
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June 12, 2020, 04:53:27 PM
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Bitcoin has “no chance” of becoming a reliable currency in the future.
If Bitcoin truly have no chance to become reliable curreny in the future as you presume then the governments and the institutions won't frightened by it potential. Besides, we wint have see some government creating their own national crypto.

Its too difficult to use
I don't see anything that makes bitcoin difficult to use if you're not too lazy and ignorant..
too easy to crack, too easy to lose,
The last time I checked no one has hacked bitcoin and if you're referring to wallet then it a human error that leads to that.


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June 13, 2020, 12:26:18 PM
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Bitcoin has “no chance” of becoming a reliable currency in the future. Its too difficult to use, too easy to crack, too easy to lose, very difficult to understand and value. there are many altcoins, which creates additional difficulties for people to know why Bitcoin is better than the rest
agree. The popularity of Bitcoin is falling, therefore, it will no longer rise in price. its like the Ponzi scheme.
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June 13, 2020, 12:29:06 PM
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its weird that the coin is not in demand, despite a number of advantages. the percentage of consumers choosing it as a payment method is infinitesimal ... If people do not see the value in a coin, this is a problem. The world is filled with great products and services that have failed due to a lack of consumers….
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June 13, 2020, 12:32:27 PM
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its weird that the coin is not in demand, despite a number of advantages. the percentage of consumers choosing it as a payment method is infinitesimal ... If people do not see the value in a coin, this is a problem. The world is filled with great products and services that have failed due to a lack of consumers….
maybe people are afraid of it because it is about to destroy 50 industries. it will replace banks in the payment industry, which is already happening in Africa. (cross-border transfers, electronic payments, protection of personal information and others)
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June 13, 2020, 12:35:32 PM
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the strength of the first cryptocurrency is determined by the impossibility of its control
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June 13, 2020, 12:38:19 PM
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the strength of the first cryptocurrency is determined by the impossibility of its control
the government cannot control Bitcoin, and this is good because people do not trust the authorities and  banks, whose actions really resemble the Ponzi scheme
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June 13, 2020, 12:41:05 PM
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the strength of the first cryptocurrency is determined by the impossibility of its control
the government cannot control Bitcoin, and this is good because people do not trust the authorities and  banks, whose actions really resemble the Ponzi scheme
financial pyramids can also use cryptocurrencies. However, this is not as critical as the government or the banking system, in which people have lost faith.
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June 13, 2020, 12:44:46 PM
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In 2020, institutional investors will go beyond testing and create the main demand for cryptocurrencies. in addition to institutional investors, millennials are expected to appear on the cryptocurrency market. the younger generation is increasingly interested in digital money with great interest and approval.
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June 13, 2020, 12:47:23 PM
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In 2020, institutional investors will go beyond testing and create the main demand for cryptocurrencies. in addition to institutional investors, millennials are expected to appear on the cryptocurrency market. the younger generation is increasingly interested in digital money with great interest and approval.
why millennials give more preference to cryptocurrencies than gold and other assets?

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June 13, 2020, 12:50:41 PM
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I have a more interesting question to discuss: Bitcoin or altcoins? What cryptocurrencies will survive?
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