4 REASONS WHY BITCOIN PRICE CONTINUES TO CRASH | BTC $20K – $25K Zone Next Year

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Bitcoin Price Crashing

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The Bitcoin price has continued its cataclysmic November, with BTC dropping further overnight to $6,500, levels not seen since this May. 

In today’s show, we examine the following 4 Reasons Why Bitcoin Price Continues to crash:

In other Cryptocurrency news today…

Market analyst says, “The BTC price is headed for $20,000 – $25,000 zone next year.”

The Crypto market has been a disappointment lately. Lackluster bitcoin price action has intensified overall selling activity. But things are in for a welcome change, as BTC is expected to explode next year. 

Crypto Michael shared on twitter:

$BTC #BITCOIN All in all, the long-term trend is still fine, aside from a parabolic explosion earlier this year (which is an outburst to the upside). Keeping the trend intact -> market is fine. Onwards to $20,000-25,000 in 2020.

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