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Unlike 2016, analysts say Bitcoin won’t see a brutal post-halving crash for 2 reasons Unlike 2016, analysts say Bitcoin won’t see a brutal post-halving crash for 2 reasons
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Unlike 2016, analysts say Bitcoin won’t see a brutal post-halving crash for 2 reasons

On March 12, 2020, during the infamous “Black Thursday,” the price of Bitcoin (BTC) dropped to as low as $3,600 across major exchanges.

Unlike 2016, analysts say Bitcoin won’t see a brutal post-halving crash for 2 reasons

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On March 12, 2020, during the infamous “Black Thursday,” the price of Bitcoin (BTC) dropped to as low as $3,600 across major exchanges.

Now, analysts believe the intense correction will benefit the dominant cryptocurrency in the coming months.

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