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What Factors are Contributing to the Decline in Bitcoin Prices Today?

– Bitcoin’s market structure has turned bearish, with recent price action indicating a shorter-term bearish trend.
– The correlation between the S&P 500 and Bitcoin price has diverged, with the S&P 500 experiencing a winning streak while Bitcoin falters.
– Key support levels for Bitcoin price are identified at $28,000, $26,000, and potentially as low as $20,000.
– Crypto investor sentiment continues to decline, with over $20 million in Bitcoin longs liquidated and low trading volume.
– The Fear and Greed Index, a sentiment gauge, has shifted from “greed” to a neutral market sentiment.
– Protocol exploits and loss of investor funds, such as the alleged rug pull on Coinbase’s layer 2 BASE and the SEC complaint against Hex founder Richard Heart, impact short-term sentiment.
– Short-term uncertainty in the crypto market is not deterring institutional investors, who are pushing for Bitcoin financial instruments.
– Bitcoin price is influenced by macroeconomic events, further regulatory actions, and interest rate hikes.
– In the long term, market participants still expect the price of Bitcoin to recover, especially as more financial institutions embrace BTC.
– The views and opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of coinpostman. As with any investment or trading move, conduct your own research and assess the risks involved.

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