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Is there any possibility that Donald Trump is going to bring down Bitcoin??
The lack of a convincing explanation for the current bitcoin price surge, as well as the obvious use of pumping bots at OKCoin and Huobi make it quite clear this is an artificial bubble that will eventually pop, creating a major crash. Question is, at what price will that happen? Options are:
Hear me out: there is a potential for a short term crash again. A big exchange like Coinbase or Bitfinex could be hacked causing millions of dollars to be stolen. There’s that long time rumour of USDT and Bitfinex colluding. Regulators from a major country or political region could crack down hard on cryptos. What ever it is, there are risks to investing in cryptos for short term gains, long term Im confident that cryptos will prevail. Regardless, in the event of a short term crash, does anybody think that it wouldn’t actually be so drastic as past crashes? I feel like a large part of the crypto community is convinced of the tech and if any of these scenarios happened, most people would consider a dip a perfect buying opportunity. What I’m saying is that I don’t know that bitcoin will drastically crash like it has before because people know it would eventually go back up. Thoughts?
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