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Bitcoin back over $57K Because'hundreds' of US banks Ready to HODL for Customers

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Bitcoin back over $57K Because'hundreds' of US banks Ready to HODL for Customers

Bitcoin (BTC) staged a feature comeback May 5 as a single day of declines turned about in a flash.

BTC cost totaled $58,000

Information from Cointelegraph Markets Guru and TradingView revealed BTC/USD passing $57,000 again during Wednesday trading, together with daily profits knocking 5%.

The transfer marks Bitcoin's next such"comeback" per week. While the bearish tendency reset, analysts were eager to learn how much fuel Bitcoin had gathered after dipping to close $53,000 overnight.

For Philip Swift, co-founder of trading package Decentrader, basic indicators nevertheless pointed to a continuation of this longer-term bull market.

"I continue to believe that Bitcoin won't crash and is much more inclined to range before breaking out to the upsidedown," portion of a collection of tweets read daily.

"Many different signs imply $BTC has more upside down and the cycle isn't over."
Swift especially noted that one instrument, the Pi Cycle Top index, had"nailed" Bitcoin's latest all-time high $64,500 in April. Since Cointelegraph reported, Pi has become ever more popular for those monitoring BTC cost trends over consecutive decades.

Hodlers thus got a welcome reaction from the most significant cryptocurrency, which had spent a lot of the week being humiliated in the hands of a slumping altcoin marketplace.

Words of warning, veiled or not, were not in short supply, as Bitcoin proponents cautioned about the erratic nature of these parabolic altcoin moves.

Feeling in Bitcoin's favor meanwhile was information which it could be encouraged by"hundreds" of banks in the USA in 2021, together with investment giant Grayscale turning into a sponsor of NFL team the New York Giants.

"What we are doing is making it easy for regular Americans and corporations to have the ability to purchase bitcoin through their current bank connection," explained Patrick Sells, mind of bank alternatives at crypto custody company NYDIG, that is supporting the strategy, showing the scale of their rollout into CNBC.

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