© Reuters. “The most bullish macroeconomic context of the last 75 years”: 5 things to consider about Bitcoin this week
The price of (BTC) starts a new week in a strange place … one that is strangely similar to where it was at this time last year.
After what various sources have described as a full twelve months of “consolidation,” the pair is around $ 42,000, almost exactly where it was in the second week of January 2021.
The ups and downs in the middle have been significant, but essentially, Bitcoin remains in the middle of a now-familiar range.
Read the full article on Cointelegraph
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