Crypto Winter To Find Its End Soon, Claims Arc Investments CEO

Author: Sohrab Khawas

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    The year 2022 has been a brutal year for the crypto market after the top cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Cardano, BNB and others have been thrashed from their bullish momentum. Even the global crypto market cap plunged from a high of $3 billion to below $1 billion

    However, the early adopters have become used to such volatility while the new investors and traders are getting used to it. Such a back-to-back decline has been named Crypto winter.

    Currently, the global crypto market cap is positioned at $922.5 billion with a fall of 1.33% over the last 24hrs.

    This suggests that the crypto market is still under bear control while the crypto community is eagerly waiting for crypto winter 2022 to see its end. The main reason for an extended crypto winter is the macroeconomic events that have directly impacted the King currency.

    The last few months have seen various macro events that have negatively impacted the market, especially the US stocks. And as Bitcoin is mostly known for its correlation with S&P 500, the flagship currency dropped heavily pulling other cryptocurrencies.

    Crypto Winter To End Soon

    The current market situation has attracted both positive and negative predictions for Bitcoin. A closely followed market expert, Jurrien Timmer, global macro director at Fidelity has claimed Bitcoin to drop near $16k if its correlation with stocks continues.

    On the other hand, it’s nearly impossible to know the market’s next move, Rayne Steinberg. The CEO at Arca investments is of the opinion that the crypto bottom is near. This statement was given while in conversation with Fortune Crypto. However, he also said that it is difficult to know when the crypto bottom will occur.

    At the time of publication, Bitcoin has dropped by 2.25% over the last 24hrs and is trading at $19,169. If Bitcoin reclaims the $20,000 area and maintains its further, the crypto recovery could soon attract a bull run.

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