Bitcoin (BTC) Price Below $10K Again while President Trump Tries to Restore Law and Order in U.S.

UTC by Christopher Hamman · 3 min read
Bitcoin (BTC) Price Below $10K Again while President Trump Tries to Restore Law and Order in U.S.
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Bitcoin managed to reach $10,000 again but failed to go higher. Mike Novogratz explained that the current situation in the U.S. is the reason for its growth. However, now BTC is below $9,500.

Bitcoin (BTC) prices have crossed the $10,000 mark and fallen again, this happened as the current chaos and rioting in the U.S. have continued. President Donald Trump has nipped it in the bud though. It also gives credence to the proof of concept that Bitcoin is a store of value in times of uncertainty.

Bitcoin evangelist Mike Novogratz indicated that the current situation in the U.S. is the cause of this price rise.

However, at the time of filing this report, Bitcoin price was 1.11% down, at $9,466.

This comes a few months after Bitcoin (BTC) prices dropped to less than $4,000 on March 12.

At the press time, the mayor altcoins were down as well. Ethereum (ETH) has dropped to $233.40 (1.9%). XRP is down to $0.20 (1.68%), Litecoin (LTC) $45.35 (2.9%).

Bitcoin (BTC) Price Is Volatile in the Wake of Riots in America

As the riots continue across America, investors have been forced to seek an alternative refuge. Investments in U.S. securities have been the traditional haven for investors in times of uncertainty.

This time, the U.S. seems to have lost its “street credibility” in this regard.

Americans are protesting over the unlawful killing of George Floyd an African American by a former police officer Derek Chaud. George was killed by the officer using a knee chokehold despite being unarmed. This has led to protests that have since turned violent. George Floyd died in Minnesota Minneapolis on May 25, 2020.

President Donald Trump has waded into the matter.

Trump’s now-infamous quote can be traced back to Miami’s Police Chief Walter Headley.

Headley made this statement in late 1967:

“I’ve let the word filter down that when the looting starts, the shooting starts.”

Protests have since spread to several cities and the Capital Washington DC.

With these problems happening at the same time as the COVID-19 pandemic, investors are worried that the United States may not offer the solace it once did.

Bitcoin and Altcoins Positively Reacted to U.S. President’s Words but Fell Back

Cryptocurrencies have proven at this time to work based on trustlessness. As such, Bitcoin (BTC) prices have shot up. The markets dropped on March 12th due to the failure of 2 different exchanges. prices have since decoupled from traditional markets in an upward trajectory since then.

Sources say that Bitcoin (prices) hit and crossed $10,000 15 minutes after President Trump’s speech on the restoration of law and order to the U.S.

Trump said yesterday:

“All Americans were rightly sickened and revolted by the brutal death of George Floyd… But we cannot allow the righteous cries and peaceful protesters to be drowned out by an angry mob”.

When Bitcoin (BTC) price kicked in, many have wondered if the Fear, Uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) would kick in and drag prices below $10,000. And it happened.

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Christopher Hamman
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Christopher Haruna Hamman is a Freelance content developer, Crypto-Enthusiast and tech-savvy individual. He is also a Superstar Content Developer, Strategy Demigod, and Standup Guy.

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