An analyst company who made reference to when Bitcoin had hit a low a while back, doesn’t believe it will ever hit that number again. According to Incomesharks, he shared a tweet that reference when BTC hit $10,000 in early 2020. He believes it only dropped a bit after the coronavirus created a scare in the market.

He tweeted:

$BTC analysis and why I’ve been so bullish the past month. The halving bull run was interrupted by a world pandemic and financial crisis. Mass panic and capitulation ensued. We now have MORE buying pressure than before. $BTC naturally wants $10,000 back.

Tony Spilotro gave his thought into the current belief about the bullish, he made it clear that he had doubts when it came to certain players in the market.

He tweeted:

I’m Tony Spilotro. I’m an avid Bitcoin supporter and maximalist due to my distrust in society and concerns over privacy, but also a strong believer that XRP could end up being the most disruptive altcoin on the market. I’m an aspiring technical analysis and trader, taking an interest in not only indicators and chart patterns, but with an added focus on unorthodox methods such as astrology, time, psychology, and more. I pride myself on the fact my content is research driven, educational, and entertaining, offering the crypto audience an unmatched value.

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