Bitcoin Suddenly Plummets to $11.1k After Briefly Topping $12k – What’s Behind The Drop?

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Experts’ Take On What Comes Next After Bitcoin Suddenly Plummets To $9,300
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Bitcoin was looking solid and bulls were in control for the most part of last week. In the early hours of Sunday, it was in the $12K highs. But in a few minutes, it all came crashing down. With it, Ethereum, XRP, and other top coins also crashed. Where Bitcoin came from a $12K high and straight to $11,184 support in under 10 minutes, ETH went from $400 to $370 and XRP, $0.32 to $0.28.

What’s Behind The Drop?

The biggest event just before the crash was a $1B liquidation as Bitcoin hit $12K. This marks one of the largest blow-ups in the market’s history.

Bitcoin Suddenly Plummets to $11.1k After Briefly Topping $12k - What's Behind The Drop?
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However, it comes as no surprise as the $12K target has been on every traders’ radar for the last couple of months. It further confirms every analysts’ prediction that once Bitcoin starts moving, it would be violent. Since climbing above $10K, it has lived up to its true volatile nature but is only now dwindling.

With the dip, it was likely just a reaction after such a huge loss. In the next few hours, there will be relative stability followed by a possible bounceback and most investors will take advantage to accumulate. A correction coupled with the huge demand for this price bargain will ultimately lead Bitcoin back on top of $12K again.

Investors can then look to catch the long term high of $14K which will ultimately usher in the all-time high of $20K.

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In the last few days, both Bitcoin and top altcoins have been positive which has been uncommon in recent times. In the last few months, it has been Bitcoin or altcoins. With both performing well, there has been uncertainty over which to back.


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