By: Isha Das
Bitcoin has shown remarkable resilience, surging past the $43,000 mark once more amid emerging positive market signals. This increase comes after recovery from a dip below $40,000 in the recent past.
Several factors including macroeconomic events and bullish investor activity have contributed to this upward swing. With the Federal Reserve's decision on interest rates eagerly awaited, Bitcoin's price seems to have anticipated that interest rates could remain the same. Such a decision could potentially bolster the cryptocurrency's performance further.
Other crucial factors contributing to Bitcoin's renewal include the first net inflows into the spot Bitcoin ETFs in over a week, and the declining outflows from Grayscale's Bitcoin Trust Fund (GBTC) which has asserted a downward pressure on Bitcoin's market. It is worth noting that GBTC investors appeared to slow down their profit-taking, leading to reduced daily outflows.
Aiding this positive trend is the flight of Bitcoin from exchanges to cold storage, potentially in anticipation of the forthcoming Bitcoin Halving. Given these events, Bitcoin's price is speculated to test the resistance level of $45,000 soon.
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