Bitcoin Down to Levels Last Seen in July 2021, Analyst Says Fall to $24.3K ‘Entirely Possible’


As the Bitcoin price fell on Monday (May 9) to an intraday low of around $33,196 (on Bitstamp), which is the lowest it has been since 23 July 2021, one prominent crypto analyst explained why the $BTC price could be headed to as low as $24,300.

Dylan LeClair, Head of Market Research at Bitcoin Magazine, Senior Research Analyst at UTXO Management, Co-Founder of 21st Paradigm, says that the worst may be far from over since historically in near markets the Bitcoin price has fallen to its realized price (currently, around $24,300).

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Data from blockchain analytics startup Glassnode shows that the $BTC hash rate is now at a one-month low.

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As for market sentiment, the famous Crypto Fear & Greed Index is at the “Extreme Fear” level.

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