Bitcoin (BTC) remained lower into the weekend as ongoing problems at Silvergate Bank weighed on the markets.
Bad news is holding Bitcoin back
Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView It showed BTC/USD lingering around $22,350 on March 4.
The pair managed to avoid further losses after the initial shock around Silvergate Clear 5% of the spot rate in minutes.
With US stocks delivering a strong end to the week, Bitcoin and altcoins were unable to take advantage of what traders said is usually an opportunity for gains.
“Most global stock indices are now recording higher lows,” noted commentator Tedtalksmacro books In part from the overnight update.
“Had it not been for Silvergate’s concerns, BTC would have been poised to break through the highs above 25k next week.”
Cointelegraph contributor Michael Van de Poppe, founder and CEO of trading firm Eight, was hopeful that Bitcoin’s resurgence could continue.
Bitcoin price fell from $23,800 to $22,300, while Nasdaq and S&P were bouncing hard. It is only a matter of time until Bitcoin catches up.” Tell Twitter followers.
The failed attempt by the US dollar to head higher was another potential tailwind for cryptocurrencies, but this one remains untapped as the week’s trading concludes.
Silvergate is at an all-time low
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As it is for some Proposal Alternatives to exchanges, others lamented the collapse of the bank, and hoped that the situation would improve.
Bitcoin defends Nick Carter He said He “always respected Silvergate for being a cryptocurrency pro when no one else was.”
He added, “It’s sad to see their current predicament, I hope they get past the other side.”
Silvergate Capital stock closed the week at record lows, at one point below $5. At its peak during Bitcoin 2021 all-time highs, it traded above $150.
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