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Bitcoin Is Going Parabolic to the Downside: Why Crash to $6,400 May Be Nearing

Bitcoin is known for its parabolic movements to the upside; BTC’s infamous rally from $1,000 to $20,000 in 2017 was a clear parabola higher, marked by rapidly-increasing highs and an eventual blow-off top, which saw BTC correct 60% within…
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Sorry Bulls, Bitcoin Isn’t Going Parabolic Just Yet: Here’s Why

In the middle of 2019, when Bitcoin had just surged above $10,000 on the back of an influx of buying pressure caused by market FOMO amongst investors, analysts thought BTC was on the verge of going parabolic again. Related Reading: This Late…
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Bitcoin Price to Soon Go Parabolic? Analysts Say It’s Possible

Bitcoin (BTC) hasn’t done too hot over the past few months, plunging some 50% since the June top of $14,000. The selling has stopped over the past few weeks, with the price of the leading cryptocurrency flatlining in the low-$7,000s. Related…