Bitcoin Hits $15,000: Here Comes the FOMO

Twitter interprets today’s massive price action, as bitcoin smashes through $15,000, its highest price since 2017’s record-breaking run.

CoinDesk Insights
Nov 5, 2020 at 8:00 p.m. UTC
Updated Sep 14, 2021 at 10:27 a.m. UTC

Bitcoin Twitter interprets today’s massive price action.

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As the U.S. election picture starts to become more clear, bitcoin has smashed through $15,000 – its highest price since 2017’s record-breaking run. Alongside the price action has come a wave of mainstream media coverage. 

In this special he-was-supposed-to-be-on-vacation episode, NLW breaks down Twitter’s response and shares interpretations, including:

  • “Quietest bull run ever”
  • Stimulus on the way
  • Halving bull redemption
  • Death of the nation-state 
  • Start of a reflexive cycle
  • It feels real

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