Numerous predictions about Bitcoin [BTC] have been made possible by the start of the bear market. A few people appear to be certain that this bear market is the end of the king currency, while others seem to think that this setback is simply a catalyst for a potential bubble. Several nations proceeded to implement market restrictions as these forecasts poured in, but one country persevered in its animosity toward bitcoin.
The history of the world’s largest cryptocurrency in China is noteworthy. China at first became a BTC hotspot. The nation provided the most well-known crypto platforms, and for the longest time, it saw the biggest level of crypto activity. The industry’s degree of decentralization, meanwhile, did not sit well with the Chinese government. As a result, the nation later said goodbye to all things cryptocurrency. China still records activity in mining and trading despite this.
As a result of the market’s decline, the Chinese government continued to terrorize its populace by claiming that the world’s largest cryptocurrency would soon reach zero. According to a recent article from the news portal for the Chinese people, Economic Daily, “Bitcoin was nothing more than a string of digital codes.” Users were informed by the site that purchasing low and selling high were the primary methods for generating returns. The newspaper further stated,
“In the future, once investors’ confidence collapses or when sovereign countries declare Bitcoin illegal, it will return to its original value, which is utterly worthless.”
Saylor’s lifeboat- Bitcoin
Michael Saylor of Microstrategy has frequently stated his support for Bitcoin. Saylor has been a well-known BTC advocate, holding onto his money and encouraging others to buy additional BTC. Saylor was bullish once more despite the collapse of the biggest cryptocurrency in the world. He said,
“Bitcoin is a lifeboat”
Furthermore, there is a significant gap in the market as BTC prices keep falling. Although the future of the cryptocurrency is uncertain, the holders anticipate a potential rise. At the time of writing, Bitcoin (BTC) was priced at $20,597.97 with a daily rise of 1.36%.