Why Bitcoin's Longest Run Above $10,000 Matters

Bitcoin has been above $10,000 for even longer than the record 2017-18 run, giving confidence to long-term HODLers in the process.

AccessTimeIconSep 28, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. UTC
Updated Sep 14, 2021 at 10:01 a.m. UTC
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Bitcoin has been above $10,000 for even longer than the record 2017-18 run, giving confidence to long-term HODLers in the process.

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Our main discussion: Digging into bitcoin’s 64-day run over $10,000

Bitcoin has been above $10,000 for longer than any time in its history. Its volatility is also at recent historic lows. In this episode, NLW puts this in the context of broader market movements and explains why new price floors are self-reinforcing.

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