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The month of May has indeed been a period of consolidation and recovery for bitcoin. Obviously, Bitcoin is bleeding at the moment, it witnessed a fresh set of correction and saw 5% drop and was trading at the $34 price level. No doubt, it has seen better days in the past.

CEO of Euro Pacific Capital and major gold bug, Peter Schiff, took this opportunity to further add salt to the wounds. He took this opportune moment to highlight the qualities of gold, which allegedly make it a better store of value.

Also, Schiff hinted at further correction, all the way till $30k and eventually $20k.

However, prominent Bitcoin investor of Morgan creek capital, Anthony Pompliano was quick to respond to such speculative tweets by Schiff.


Commenting further in the same thread, another crypto enthusiast highlighted that:

Another recent study from Ecoinometrics, stated that

“Performance since the Halving May 21, 2021: Since the halving a little over a year ago:

BTC +306%

SP500 +42.4%

Gold +10.7%

… and this despite Bitcoin’s major correction.”

Yes, it was ‘Bitcoin’s worst month since 2011’. But volatility in this market is inevitable. PlanB, analyst behind BTC’s S2F model stated:

“For bitcoin veterans it is indeed unbelievable and embarrassing, but for noobs this volatility can be too much. we all know the kind of people that sold in May, look around you, these are always the same people.”

He had further stated in a recent interview that:

“I am less interested in $100K-$288K but focused on 2024 halving and beyond. I don’t care about volatility, asymmetric return is key ($0 vs. $1 million).”

Willy Woo, on-chain analyst had stated:


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Shubham is a full-time journalist/ Crypto data analyst at AMBCrypto. A Master's graduate in Accounting and Finance, Shubham's writings mainly focus on the cryptocurrency sector with particular emphasis on market research studies and communications for >2 years. Also, a die-hard Chelsea fan #KTBFFH.

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