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Yesterday, when we talked about Bitcoin falling below 4,000 sooner or later, unfortunately it broke early in the morning. This afternoon, it hit the bottom and rebounded around 3,400 U.S. dollars in the miners’core area. Last time, we talked about the area where miners’ chips were concentrated between 2,700 and 3,600 U.S. dollars. Ok and fire coins were exploded, and were pulled back to 4,000 U.S. dollars in an instant. Nearby, there was a good play of double-blast with many empties. Are there really big users copying bottoms? Or is the exchange brushing data? Temptation to kill more? If you copy the bottom, I suggest stopping part of the earnings. Personally, I think that if the entrance is really large or institutional, but also in batches, it will not be so obvious. It seems to tell the whole world that I copy the bottom, do you follow? The rebound is not the bottom, it is the bottom does not rebound, the bulls do not die, falling more than. (US dollars, usdt distorted)
Yesterday, when we talked about Bitcoin falling below 4,000 sooner or later, unfortunately it broke early in the morning. This afternoon, it hit the bottom and rebounded around 3,400 U.S. dollars in the miners’core area. Last time, we talked about the area where miners’ chips were concentrated between 2,700 and 3,600 U.S. dollars. Ok and fire coins were exploded, and were pulled back to 4,000 U.S. dollars in an instant. Nearby, there was a good play of double-blast with many empties. Are there really big users copying bottoms? Or is the exchange brushing data? Temptation to kill more? If you copy the bottom, I suggest stopping part of the earnings. Personally, I think that if the entrance is really large or institutional, but also in batches, it will not be so obvious. It seems to tell the whole world that I copy the bottom, do you follow? The rebound is not the bottom, it is the bottom does not rebound, the bulls do not die, falling more than. (US dollars, usdt distorted)
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