Bitcoin Price Spikes Following Fake BlackRock ETF Announcement: $100 Million Liquidated

The recent surge in Bitcoin prices following a fake announcement of a BlackRock ETF suggests that investors are becoming increasingly optimistic about the ability of Bitcoin to gain mainstream adoption. The surge in price pushed the price of Bitcoin to a new all-time high of over $65,000 before it was revealed to be a fake ETF announcement. While the announcement ultimately turned out to be false, it appeared to be enough to spark enthusiasm among investors.


Despite the surge in prices, the false announcement ultimately caused some losses. According to various reports, around $100 million was liquidated as a result of the news. It is unclear how much of that was caused by long and short contracts being liquidated, but the number suggests that the false announcement may have caused traders to close out some of their positions.

Given the volatility of Bitcoin, such false news can wreak havoc on the markets. It is important for investors to remain vigilant when it comes to news from the crypto space, as false announcements can have damaging effects on their portfolios.

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