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Bitcoin in Brief Wednesday: McAfee Predicts Bull Run as Crypto Markets Dip


In today's Bitcoin in Brief, internet security expert John McAfee expects bulls to come back to the crypto market, despite recent drops in prices across the board. Billions will be pumped by institutional investors, he predicted in a tweet. Meanwhile, a new study has shown that the mood of investors, rather than economic indicators, actually determines the value of cryptocurrencies. Also, do you want to know when Paypal will support crypto payments?

Institutional Investors to Pump Billions in Crypto

John McAfee expects a bull run on cryptocurrency markets in the near future. Billions will be pumped by institutional investors, the internet security expert predicted in a post on the microblogging platform Twitter this week. McAfee claims this will lead to significant changes in the market capitalizations of the leading cryptocurrencies, but also those of most altcoins.

Bitcoin in Brief Wednesday: McAfee Predicts Bull Run Lead by Institutional Investors as Crypto Markets Dip

"Institutional investors are preparing to enter the cryptocurrency market with a vengeance," McAfee said in his tweet. He explained that they are generally long term investors that will spend billions on the market. "Expect the top ten coins to go through the roof fairly quickly. The bulk of altcoins will soon follow," the software guru wrote. Admitting he had no more information than his followers, John McAfee advised them to check the recent news and use their heads.

McAfee was probably referring to several recent announcements indicating possible developments in that direction. Earlier this month, reports suggested that Goldman Sachs is going to launch a bitcoin trading operation to buy and sell bitcoin futures on behalf of institutional clients. More recently, US crypto exchange Coinbase announced new services meant to attract big money players such as crypto hedge funds. The plans include the launch of a crypto custodian service and a suite of tools specifically designed for institutions called Coinbase Prime. The San Francisco-based company has also discussed with regulators the possibility to apply for a banking license.

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