This is when Bitcoin’s bull-run will end, says big miner

Bitcoin price is losing bullish momentum. Although it has still managed to hold above support at $55,000, after a failed attempt to clear the $60,000 resistance, the trend has been down over the last week (-6.6%).

Jiang Zhuoer is the CEO of BTC.Top mining pool, he claimed things might continue to go south during the year. In a recent interview with Wu Blockchain citing “study models”, Zhuoer predicted a change in crypto market dynamics.

Bitcoin’s price has seen gains of 824.4% in one year, but Zhuoer believes that between September 2021 and June 2021, the market could move “from a bull to a bear market.”

BTC.Top is one of the largest mining pools in the sector. Data from Statista indicates that this pool owned 0.75% of Bitcoin’s total hashrate as of mid-February. Wu has interviewed other representatives of the blockchain industry in China and received similar predictions. The idea behind this reasoning is:

they believed that this autumn might start to turn into a bear. The reason was the economic recovery after the popularization of the vaccine and the beginning of a shift in US monetary policy. (…) after Tesla purchased 1.5 billion U.S. dollars in Bitcoin and Meitu purchased 90 million U.S. dollars in Bitcoin and Ethereum, there are no other large listed companies in North America and Asia to follow up.

A Bitcoin ETF approval in the U.S. or another company like Tesla adopting BTC could return the upside momentum. On this possibility, MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor said:

If you go back to March 2020, it was only the rare institution involved. In the 12 months that followed, there’s been an avalanche of institutional involvement. MicroStrategy is the first publicly traded company that made a material investment, but Square followed. And Tesla followed. But they’re the tip of the iceberg.

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