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Bitcoin Price Taps Seventeen Thousand Dollars As Analysis Warns Some Inbound Risk Events

With macrodata coming as well as the Mt. Gox settlements growing closer, Bitcoin confronts more challenges in Dec than simply FTX fallout.

BTC/USD seems to be fulfilling traders’ expectations to sweep greater levels before stabilizing, according to data by Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView.

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Bitstamp saw high points of approx seventeen thousand dollars, but the pair was unable to convert the high points to sustain. At that time of this writing, the price of Bitcoin was roughly $16.9k.

According to Cointelegraph’s forecast the day before, $17k represents a crucial zone for the bulls to retake. Until this occurs, the situation will stay the same.

Markets anticipated turbulence to begin hours before the monthly candle closure, as losses following the weekly close on November 27 had already been reversed.

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Bitcoin Price Taps 17K As Analysis Warns Inbound Risk:

According to information from Coinglass, while writing, Bitcoin was dropped about 17.5% again for November.

The macro image remained constant for the day, as Asian equities gained ground ahead of the opening of Wall Street on November 30.

While, writing, the Composite Index of Shanghai had recovered some of its earlier losses, while Hong Kong was up 2.2%.

However, trading company QCP Capital identified a number of “risk events” for Btc hodlers to really be aware of when evaluating the possibilities for December.

These were published in the form of Consumer Price Index (CPI) statistics for the US on December 13, which also happened to be the day of the first congressional committee on the FTX fiasco.

The FOMC of the Reserve Bank is scheduled to discuss inflationary pressures and monetary policy the next day.

Payments to creditors of the collapsed firm Mt. Gox, which are scheduled to be made in January, were mentioned as another potential driver of Bitcoin price volatility.

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