Listen, noob. A $200 price retracing is far from the end of a bear market for Bitcoin. Comparing historical charts, there are times in recent memory where we’d call that “stability.” In a recent newsletter by eToro’s Mati Greenspan, the veteran analyst points out that China was on holiday recently. Coming back to the crypto markets, they seem to be in a “buying mood.” Bitcoin Bulls Break More China Greenspan feels that a much bigger upward push is needed if you’re going to start calling the end of a bear market. Bitcoin bulls are simply bigger beasts. “n order to

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