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How Would the Biden's Administration Influence the Crypto Market. Crypto Traders, Investors and Analysts Tweet Opinions.
Twitter is twitting from all over the world about different opinions and analysis towards the U.S. political situation influence on other markets and industries. The Crypto future is a popular topic since traders, investors, and analysts across the Twittersphere will sustain their opinion about the crypto future.
This week is about to get chaotic due to the Democrat transition in the United States, and Bitcoin (BTC) will follow the two-month presidential transition. What’s next? Let’s take a look at 5 factors that could influence BTC price action over the coming week, besides the European spreading coronavirus lockdowns.
This week was not at all only about the presidential elections in the USA. During the same night, someone allegedly emptied a digital wallet containing "approximately 69,370.22491543 Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Gold (BTG), Bitcoin SV (BSV), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), obtained from 1HQ3Go3ggs8pFnXuHVHRytPCq5fGG8Hbh." That’s almost $1 billion!
The price of Bitcoin reached its highest monthly close by braking through the $14K range level and we got a shot at a new all-time high since January 2018. Bitcoin (BTC) price had his ups and downs, crashing down to $3,700 in March. Rallying up to $14,000 in seven months.
A total amount of $450 million in Bitcoin futures will expire today, and data shows bullish pro traders will defend the new $13K level. Exactly 62K Bitcoin (BTC) options will expire today - an equivalent to $830 million in open interest.
The pandemic boosted the crypto coin popularity and proved its strong points. As we have seen in the last years, governments are opened towards the cryptocurrency industry, but they are still trying to control laws, the decentralized system. Now Peru is taking its lawmakers to test ways of regulating at least the crypto industry exchanges.