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Bitcoin below $10K?
The last time bitcoin hit above $19K USD per bitcoin, it crashed to below $7K within five months. Given that bitcoin just hit above $19K USD again and a new all time high, would we expect history to repeat itself and we also see Bitcoin crash below $10K sometime in 2021?
Will the price of bitcoin drop below $10K USD in 2021?
This question resolves "Yes" if the bitcoin price on coinmarketcap.com drops below $10,000 USD at any point during 2021. This question resolves "No" otherwise.
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If bitcoin somehow ceases to exist, this question resolves "No".
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