Bitcoin [BTC] and other cryptocurrencies’ chance at major recovery in 2019 is low, says Anthony Pompliano


The year of 2018 turned out to be massive roller coaster ride for Bitcoin [BTC] and other cryptocurrencies. The year witnessed all the coins take a downward trend right after reaching their all-time high. Majority of the top currencies plunged by over 90% and Bitcoin [BTC], the largest cryptocurrency by market cap, dropped by over 80% since its all-time high.

The downtrend of the market not only crushed the investors hope but also several projects, with some of the top projects lay-off almost half its employees. This year, on the other hand, started with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies taking the upward trend, which was sustained in the market for a couple of days. During the same timeframe, several coins started to regain their previous position in the market. However, this short-term hike came to an end this week as the coins plummeted in the market within a fraction of minutes.

Anthony Pompliano aka Pomp, the founder of Morgan Creek Digital Asset, spoke about whether the cryptocurrency market is past the worst, in an interview with CNBC Crypto Trader. Arjun Balaji, a cryptocurrency analyst and Meltem Demirors, the CSO of CoinShares, also opined on Bitcoin’s worse days.

According to Pomp, Bitcoin [BTC] would probably not fall “much further” in terms of price. However, he went on to say that he doesn’t think that “it’s over”, adding that the chances of Bitcoin [BTC] and other cryptocurrencies major recovery in 2019 “is probably low”. He added:

“I think that it’s likely we kind of just go sideways for a while right. You know, if you look at Bitcoin’s price, I don’t know maybe somewhere between like 2500-4500 for a good portion of the year is probably likely based on what we’re seeing”

This was followed with Meltem stating that the “pain is going to continue”. She added that in 2018,


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