The Striking Similarities Between The 2017 Bitcoin Peak And Now

The Striking Similarities Between The 2017 Bitcoin Peak And Now

Bitcoin is now trading over $7,000 below its peak reached to start the year – a peak that is more than double its previous all-time high. And while believers in the cryptocurrency are certain this is just another pullback before more price discovery, the similarities between the 2017 top and now are undeniably striking. Here’s […]

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