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Exploring Altcoin Daily’s Strategy During the Crypto Bull Market

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Crypto influencers Austin and Aaron Arnold share exclusive tips for maximizing gains in the current bull market in an interview with Cointelegraph.

Aaron and Austin Arnold, founders of the Altcoin Daily YouTube channel, predict a significant Bitcoin price correction around the upcoming April halving. Despite this, they anticipate institutional players like BlackRock to swiftly buy the dip, as these entities have been actively participating in the market since the approval of Bitcoin ETFs in January. The recent surge in Bitcoin’s price, surpassing $72,000, is attributed to institutional investors like BlackRock and Fidelity buying Bitcoin for their new ETFs.

The Arnolds note that the current rally has caught many retail investors off guard, as they did not expect Bitcoin to rise so rapidly. They believe that institutions are working hard to prevent a crash. According to Aaron, the introduction of spot ETFs has bridged the gap between early adopters and the early majority in the technology adoption lifecycle, signaling a more significant institutional presence this time.

Aaron and Austin also suggest that the majority of retail investors have yet to enter the market, indicating that we may still be in the early stages of the bull market. Austin observes that retail participation remains low based on social engagement and Google Trends data.

Gracie Perez

Gracie Perez has been an editor in the KoinHow team since we started. she holds a degree in Computer Sciences. From 2017, She has pivoted his career towards blockchain technology, with principal interest in writing Cryptocurrency news and different guides. She is also working with different online media outlets.

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