Just when the Bitcoin price looked to be consolidating for the next upside move, it gave an unpleasant surprise on Thursday. Bitcoin lost nearly $400 in a sharp fall slipping its price below $6300. Currently, Bitcoin is trading at $6282 with a market cap of $108 billion, dropping nearly 4.5% in the last 24-hours.
Today’s sharp fall in the Bitcoin prices comes amidst many industry experts claiming the Bitcoin is all set to explode northwards. Just yesterday, Coinspeaker reported the analysis from CNBC’s Ran Neuner with Bitcoin’s highly optimistic predictions. eToro’s

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