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Bitcoin (BTC) Price Rally Might Come to Halt In Coming Days , Says Analyst

Bitcoin Price Cools down after a solid start to the week. After surging more than 16 percent in the previous two days, Bitcoin was barely changed on March 3. The world’s most popular and largest cryptocurrency was trading at $44,759, up with minor gains of 2%. In the last five days, the digital token has increased by around 17%. However, it is still more than 30 percent behind its all-time high of about USD69,000 set in November 2021.


At Present, With minor corrections, the BTC price is still consolidating and remains below the support level of $43K. The Currency is now facing resistance near the $44,250 level. However, a clear move above the $45K resistance might set the pace for bulls. On the Contrary, If there is a downside break below the trend line support, the price might decline towards $41,200.

Bitcoin’s Dead-Cat Bounce to Be Over Soon

Peter Schiff, a well-known Bitcoin critic, has turned to Twitter to predict that gold will increase shortly and that Bitcoin’s short-term rally will be ended, as well as to explain why.

#Oil has broken out as its price tops $106. It’s clear sailing up to $140. #Gold is likely next. Once the price tops $1,950 I think it will blast though $2,000 to hit a new all-time record high. It also looks like the dead-cat bounce in money-losing #stocks and #Bitcoin is over!

— Peter Schiff (@PeterSchiff)

March 1, 2022

This isn’t the first time SchiffGold’s founder has predicted “the demise of Bitcoin” and named possible or expected causes. The popular analyst informed his followers in a tweet that the crude oil price has risen to $106 and that he expects it to approach $140 next.

According to Schiff, gold will be the next asset to skyrocket. A new all-time high will be imminent if it goes above $1,950 from its current $1,924 price and reaches $2,000 pricing. The stock market’s dead cat bounce, along with Bitcoin will be over after that.

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Schiff predicted a flash crash for the flagship digital currency as soon as it crossed the $30,000 threshold on its way down in late January on Twitter. When BTC dropped below $35,000, he tweeted it.

Since Feb. 28, when it rose from $38,000 to above the $40,200 level and then moved higher, digital gold has been on the rise. On the same day, it surpassed the $44,000 mark in the local market. After a minor fall on March 1, Bitcoin came close to reclaiming $45,000, reaching $44,600. BTC is currently trading at $43,799. It is currently down 40% from its all-time high.

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