The price of Bitcoin (BTC) bottomed out exactly at the point where gold fan Peter Schiff said it would continue to collapseand defense attorneys remind him of his mistake.
Retweeting of the now infamous post ship in mid-March, popular trader “CryptoBull” he showed who accidentally proclaimed the Bitcoin floor, not the ceiling.
Schiff’s tweet “defines the exact bottom” from BTC
Schiff complained that he had lost access to his Bitcoin wallet but that it would soon no longer matter as the BTC / USD pair would keep falling.
“With Bitcoin falling below $ 4,000, I won’t feel bad if I lose all of my Bitcoin,” the tweet read.
“At the rate at which my lost Bitcoin is depreciating, the difference between Bitcoin and the lack of Bitcoin will soon be too small to matter.”
At the time, Bitcoin was trading near its 2020 lows of $ 3,600. On Tuesday, eight months later, CryptoBull wasn’t talking about the bush when the asset hit $ 17,000.
“This tweet marks the exact ground, also known as the point of maximum chance.”wrote.
Bitcoin clearly outperformed gold in the last month, and The divergence between the two assets has become increasingly important.
The supply gap is large
Bitcoin is up 375% from Schiff’s “peak” at press time and is questioning its all-time highs of 2017 amid new predictions that it will continue to rise from there.
“Since Bitcoin was at $ 11,400 a month ago, miners on exchanges have sold an average of 11 BTC an hour.”, explained The statistician Willy Woo on the current composition of the market, which is increasing profits.
“In comparison, 214 BTC were received from exchanges per hour. These are net flows from buyers to sellers. This week’s average is 328 BTC per hour. “
As Cointelegraph reported, the simple equation of supply and demand fosters a greater advantage for Bitcoin, thanks to corporate demand from companies like PayPal, Square, and investment giant Grayscale.
Paxful, PayPal’s cryptocurrency payments manager, saw volume grow by 500% last month.