Pesquisadores do Instituto Americano de Pesquisas Econômicas (AIER) se juntaram à Ciência e Tecnologia da Universidade de Missouri para examinar se o preço do Bitcoin está sendo manipulado por alguns traders.
O projeto tenta mostrar uma conexão com os principais picos de preços e eventos notáveis.
Os pesquisadores chegaram a conclusão que embora não necessariamente a magnitude das mudanças de preços do Bitcoin ou a sua volatilidade diária tenha relação com as notícias, as maiores mudanças no preço do bitcoin coincidem com grandes eventos de notícias sobre a criptomoeda.
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