Bullish Bitcoin newsflow gives bulls a boost ahead of Friday's $565M options ...

Bullish Bitcoin newsflow gives bulls a boost ahead of Friday's $565M options ...

Bullish Bitcoin maneuvers from El Salvador, Victory Capital and MicroStrategy saved the day by giving bulls a much-needed boost and balancing out Friday's BTC options expiry. On Friday, June 11, a total of $565 million in Bitcoin (BTC) options are set to expire. This is significant because the last couple of weeks have been a massive deception for bulls. After all, the price was struggling to sustain the $33,000 support.However, an unexpected bullish turn of events led to an 18.5% hike from the $31,000 low on June 8 to $38,491 today. This strong move saved the bulls because any level below....


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