ADA’s Hoskinson predicts that the downfall of the stablecoin project doesn’t really mean the end of crypto although the situation looks quite grim over the past few days so let’s read more today in our latest Cardano news.
Bitcoin plunged to a 16-month low while the altcoins crashed harder in the past week or so. Despite bouncing off the reclaiming some ground with the situation being dire and Cardano’s Charles Hoskinson provided the outtake on it. ADA’s Hoskinson predicts that the market is deep in a new crypto winter and will take weeks or months for a bottom to appear. According to him, the digital asset markets are in a phase of “Panicked blood on the street.” He tweeted:
“If this is your first crypto winter, then welcome. Been through many since 2011 and they always hit like a cold ice bath. We are in the panicked blood in the street phase. It clears in weeks to months as a bottom is found. Then a long climb up the ladder.”
BTC managed to capture the institutional interest which is something that was often celebrated. While the retail investors continue to hold crypto as they opt out of the unfair or rigger system, the IOHK chief thinks that the foray of Wall Street Types into digital assets exacerbated the latest downturn. He said that the cohort was dumping the crypto and most are looking at the high-risk:
“This was always the danger of inviting the Wall Street types in… And when the markets go not in the direction they want, they dump it. They tread crypto just like any other asset and label it as an exotic high-risk one. When the markets do not go in the direction they want, they dump it.”
Most consider the recent turn of the events like a black swan event. While weighing on the UST collapse, the executive said that a crash and burn of a stablecoin proejct or an exit scam doesn’t mean it is the end of the industry. Hoskinson added that the point of crypto markets is to restore the lost credibility and stability in the global money system.
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