Analyst Says Crypto Bear Market May Become Worse

After the complicating scenario, Crypto market slows.

Although the pressure experienced in the crypto market eased off over the weekend, altcoins and Bitcoin are still having issues. Bitcoin has remained at $3,375. As the cryptocurrency leading market is very slow, the same way the market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies is circulating.

BTC had a short-term recovery over the weekend moving from $3,300 to $3,650, within some hours. As the buying pressure filtered away quickly, BTC started experiencing a fall on Sunday, moving below $3,500.

As at this time, BTC is now at $3, 375 in the last twenty four hours. Altcoin have also followed the pattern with Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Tron (TRX), Ethereum (XRP) and Binance Coin (BCN).

Analyst says BTC is above the ridiculousness of the Tullip bubble

In the midst of this market fluctuation which appears to be unending, the head of the Pacific Asia trading arm of Oanda, Stephen Innes only had more hatred for BTC and other crypto.

In a chat with MarketWatch, he said that Bitcoin still does not have a feasible use case. He added that “BTC has gone well beyond the ridiculousness of tullish bulb mania.”

However, so many insiders have declared that cryptocurrencies are not in the midst of bubble, disagreeing with the relevant point of contention.

Of recent, the CEO of Ambrosus, Angel Versetti told Independent (a U.K news outlet) that commentators would be remiss to clarify crypto in 2017/2018 as a bubble.

Versetti explained that anytime soon, the total value of all cryptocurrencies may exceed the $15 to $20 trillion mark, integrating Bitcoin and its altcoin brethren as a legal component of the financial world.

The abovementioned Oanda head trader put aside these arguments and pointed out the “disastrous year” that cryptocurrencies have gone through, likely touching on the ~87% decline experienced by this market.

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