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Alex Saunders Expects More Bearish Bitcoin Price Momentum During the Coronavirus Crisis

The Merkle Sunday, 29 March 2020
Alex Saunders Expects More Bearish Bitcoin Price Momentum During the Coronavirus CrisisMany people expected the coronavirus crisis to be beneficial to Bitcoin’s value. So far, this momentum hasn’t played out, and Alex Saunders doesn’t expect things to improve either. The current Bitcoin price momentum has been a bit lackluster. No Bitcoin Price Improvement in Sight Despite some positive momentum earlier this week, things look bleak once again. Nugget News CEO Alex Saunders expects this uneasy momentum to continue for some time. In his opinion, there is no reason for a cryptocurrency price increase now, or in the near future. Saunders point at a weak US job report, a weakening Dollar, and

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