On Monday (May 30), the price of Bitcoin broke above the $30,000 level for the first time since May 25.
According to data from TradingView, on crypto exchange Bitstamp, the $BTC price went above the $30K level around 2:04 a.m. UTC.
At the time of writing (i.e. 6:47 a.m. UTC on May 30), Bitcoin is trading around $30,713.
The following tweet from Jay Hao, the CEO of crypto exchange OKX, seems to suggest that he believes now that the Bitcoin price has rebounded above the $30K level, it could be headed to $60K.
Mike Alfred, who is Founding board member and first seed investor at Eaglebrook Advisors, which is a tech-driven investment manager specializing in bitcoin and digital assets, seems even more bullish on Bitcoin, believing that its price could reach $100K (or more) by the end of this year.
Yesterday, Bitcoin advocate Dennis Porter, who joined Texas-based Bitcoin-first company Compass Mining as Executive Producer on March 22, advised Bitcoin HODLers to protect their $BTC holdings by getting them off crypto exchanges, lending platforms, and other risky places, and instead to opt for self-custodial cold storage.
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