One of the most fascinating aspects of Bitcoin (BTC) is the cryptocurrency’s volatile price history. The chart makes for interesting viewing and often leads us to question how and why certain things have happened. When we consider the roughly five or six peaks in its history, we can usually tie them to specific events or trends.
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Decentralised Finance (DeFi) saw exponential growth in 2020 and 2021 promises to be yet another defining year. What’s particularly exciting is how DeFi has coincided with broader trends in banking and the rise of fintech 2.0 and neobanks.
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The cryptocurrency market has shown itself as one of the most volatile markets in the world. Bitcoin and altcoin price daily fluctuations sometimes vary from 4% to 40%. Most of the traders have to struggle with such a high volatility level and keep on earning instead of losing.
It’s been an unexpectedly good year for blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Economic uncertainty, driven by global slowdowns in the face of a pandemic, has seen renewed interest in currencies that don’t rely on traditional banking institutions. Bitcoin, while it may not return to the heights it reached in 2017, continues to fluctuate in an upward direction.