author Yasuo MatsudaRakuten Wallet Senior Analyst
Majored in the international monetary system at the Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo. He is engaged in foreign exchange and bond sales and trading at Mitsubishi UFJ Bank and Deutsche Bank Group. Since 2018, she has been engaged in analyzing and forecasting the crypto-asset market at a crypto-asset exchange company, and has almost hit the target of 8 million yen peak in 2021 and 5 million yen at the end of the year. Current position from January 2022.
・Temporarily soared to the high $23,000 range
・It turns out that Tesla did not sell BT in the fourth quarter
・Form a small double bottom
・Is there an impact from the $23,000 options strike?
Yesterday’s BTC Market
BTC price rose yesterday.
The price dropped to the mid-$22,000 (about 2,850,000 yen) range, but when it turned upward in the early hours of the morning, it soared to the high $23,000 (about 3 million yen) range this morning, marking a new year-to-date high.
Last week, BTC succeeded in recovering from the fall after the FTX bankruptcy and climbed to the $23,000 level.
Asian time started with small movements in the mid-$22,000 range, but as US stocks opened and crypto-related stocks began to fall, the price dropped again to the low-$22,000 range.
When the date changed, the Bank of Canada, which had raised the interest rate by 25bp as expected, announced that it would temporarily suspend interest rate hikes from the next time. turned into
The fact that Goldman Sachs has reportedly ranked BTC at the top of 22 asset classes, including gold and real estate, has also had an impact.
After the close of US stocks, Tesla announced its financial results, and in addition to the earnings per share exceeding the previous forecast, it was reported that there was no sale of BTC in the fourth quarter. , and surged to the high $23,000 range.
It has since rebounded to around $23,000.
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