If you discount the Elon Musk-precipitated hike, the last week hasn’t exactly been great for Bitcoin’s market. In fact, in the eyes of many, it has barely been good – a relative perception (obviously), one fostered by the world’s largest cryptocurrency’s overperformance between 12 December 2020 and 8 January 2021.
Bitcoin, over a ten-day period, was strictly rangebound. And, it wasn’t just Bitcoin either, with Ethereum too rangebound right below its 2018-ATH on the charts.
However, contrary to what maximalists or ETH-proponents would have you believe, there’s more to the crypto-market than jus