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Will Bitcoin Repeat its Sharp Bounce After Dramatic Drop?

On March 14, Bitcoin hit a new all-time high, reaching $73,794 on Bitstamp, as captured by Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView data.

This surge came after a strong overnight rebound, dispelling any previous signs of weakness before the latest Wall Street session.

The resurgence was highlighted by Rekt Capital, a well-known trader and analyst on X (formerly Twitter), who remarked, “Bitcoin dipped again earlier this week and once again successfully retested old All Time Highs as support.”

The excitement was partly fueled by notable supply trends, particularly the impact of the United States’ spot Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs), which recorded net inflows of $683.7 billion on March 13, as reported by the UK-based investment firm Farside.

These inflows significantly outstripped the day’s outflows from the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC), indicating a bullish momentum.

Willy Woo, a statistician and the creator of Bitcoin data resource Woobull, commented on the institutional products’ future, sharing a sentiment similar to Cathie Wood, CEO of ETF provider ARK Invest.

Woo stated on X, “The ETFs are just getting started, institutions and wealth management platforms will take a couple of months to complete due diligence before proper allocation begins.”

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This anticipation is visualized in a chart showing Bitcoin network inflows, highlighting the ETFs’ contributions.

Moreover, MicroStrategy, known for holding the largest Bitcoin treasury among public companies, announced plans to acquire more than 1% of the total BTC supply.

Currently owning 205,000 BTC, the company aims to invest an additional $500 million to surpass the 210,000 BTC mark.

Despite some concerns over Bitcoin’s ability to maintain its momentum, bullish sentiment prevailed.

Charles Edwards, founder of Capriole Investments, was among the optimists predicting a significant move for BTC/USD.

He emphasized the role of ETF inflows, stating on X, “Bitcoin’s getting ready for a big move,” and added, “a billion a day keeps the dip away.”

Previously, Edwards had declared the era of “deep value” Bitcoin dip-buying over, concluding, “That ship has sailed. You had 2 years to pick up undervalued Bitcoin.

Instead, an exciting new chapter has begun,” marking a transition to a new phase in Bitcoin’s market dynamics.

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