After an impressive rally, Bitcoin is now appearing to be losing its bullish sheen, with its price dipping from $750 to $600 within the matter of few days. At the same time, there are different theories that are going around in parallel, explaining the cause for such a drastic fall.
One of the reasons behind the fall of Bitcoin price is said to be the upcoming referendum to decide upon Britain’s exit from the European Union – popularly known as Brexit. The concern about Britain voting to leave the European Union is felt across the markets, with gold and commodities registering a fall in the value as well. However, to what extent it would negatively affect the value of digital currency can’t be confirmed.
Not everyone is in favor of Brexit as it will result in businesses losing open access to the whole European market. At the same time, it will also hurt the prospects of London continuing to be one of the financial capitals of the world. While these factors may adversely affect the conventional investments, Bitcoin has the privilege of being an alternative financial instrument. Meaning, a negative sentiment affecting conventional investments should turn out to be positive for bitcoin as it