Bitcoin News Roundup for Jan. 22, 2021
With bitcoin back over $30K and also experts calling for a much deeper adjustment, CoinDesk’s Market’s Daily is back with the most up to date news roundup.
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First Mover: Bitcoin Newbies Get Volatility Lesson as Old Pros Lament FUD
A blend of bearish price-chart patterns and also ill-understood story incorporated to create bitcoin’s largest rate dive given that March, in a demo to market newbies of the cryptocurrency’s infamous volatility.
Bitcoin concerns ‘fading’ as crypto goes mainstream, S&P states (CoinDesk)
Guggenheim Chief Investment Officer Scott Minerd, that forecasted bitcoin costs would ultimately most likely to $400K, informed CNBC Tuesday that he sees a feasible retracement to $20K in the close to term (CoinDesk)
Treasury Secretary candidate Janet Yellen supplies UNITED STATE Senate an extra nuanced take (in creating) on cryptocurrencies (CoinDesk)
Georgetown regulation Professor Chris Brummer (that runs a yearly seminar on monetary modern technology) tipped as possible prospect to change Heath Tarbert as chair of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, which manages on-exchange cryptocurrency by-products in the UNITED STATE (CoinDesk)
European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde states pandemic still “poses serious risks” which “in this environment ample monetary stimulus remains essential” (CNBC)
JPMorgan board holds Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon’s yearly pay at $31.5 M (Reuters)