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Bloomberg Analyst Says Bitcoin Era of Huge Swings Over, As Volatility Declines


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Bloomberg analyst predicts end of massive price swings for Bitcoin (BTC), highlighting possible global economic reset.

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After multiple weeks of passive performance, Bitcoin (BTC) has dropped by over 3% in the last 24 hours. This seemingly minute price crash sent the global crypto market into a bleeding trend.

Meanwhile, Mike McGlone, a Senior Macro Strategist at Bloomberg Intelligence, recently weighed in on Bitcoin’s overall dynamic.

Bitcoin Era of Huge Swings Over?

In a tweet, McGlone highlighted that Bitcoin’s era of big price jumps, either positive or negative, is likely over. The Bloomberg analyst particularly stated that BTC’s volatility was declining. According to him, the decline follows a similar pattern as other prominent assets, as so far observed in 2023.

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Furthermore, McGlone mentioned that the decreasing volatility was because Bitcoin has graduated to becoming a more mainstream asset accepted by institutions. The analyst theorized that the situation translates to an era where investors now face less risk in buying and holding BTC.

“The mainstream migration process is likely to entail diminishing risk for the crypto — and limited price-pump potential,” McGlone remarked.

This view implies Bitcoin is now less likely to experience the large price swings which it has been known for in the past. The analyst now sees Bitcoin following a stablecoin trajectory. 

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Projected BTC Price Fall

Meanwhile, the Bloomberg analyst spotlighted another crucial aspect of Bitcoin’s performance that suggests an incoming significant bearish trend. 

McGlone noted that Bitcoin and copper have been moving in opposite directions since the first quarter of the year. He stated that the divergence between Bitcoin and copper spells severe economic drifts, including a global economic reset.

Additionally, the analyst highlighted the weakness observed in China’s economic indicators and the ongoing tightening of monetary policies by central banks.

The implication is that the price of Bitcoin could depress in the coming weeks due to less demand, albeit with mild volatility. At press time, Bitcoin trades at $28,316, with a cumulative 3.75% decline over the past week.

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Abdulkarim Abdulwahab
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Abdulkarim Abdulwahab is a blockchain writer with a specific interest in journalistic writing. He covers breaking events in the crypto community and blockchain industry. Over the past year, he has published over 1,500 short-form and long-form content for Web3 publishing firms.

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