Probably not much. The deadline for making offers are on Friday, but the final session for awarding the bitcoins is due on Monday June 30th. So unless traders receive inside information, the Bitcoin price will stay somewhat stable on Friday. The Bitcoin price will most likely be sliding up and down until Friday, and we could see some big movements during the weekend and before/after the auction has ended on Monday.
What do you think? Let us know in the comment field.
It is hard to say what will happen when the final results are made public. There are many different factors that will affect the Bitcoin traders. A few of these factors might be:
If Bitcoin traders think that the average price of the auction will be around 500 USD per Bitcoin (vote below), and it turns out that the price is much lower, around 300 USD per Bitcoin, I’m afraid that the market will get nervous. This could cause the Bitcoin value to plunge. However, if the sell price is higher and closer to what the Bitcoin traders think is an OK value, the market may react positive with a spiking Bitcoin price.
All Bitcoin traders should be on a high alert in these coming days. CCN will follow the situation closely.
Thinking of buying some bitcoins right now as the price dropped probably due to the auction
yes – definitely it’s a great long-term buying opportunity. I’d buy half now and half tomorrow.
While Cawley22 responds:
I would wait, I don’t think we have stopped dropping yet. $550 is a good support, wait for that, if it breaks $550 then for sure wait because it should drop a lot from there. This is just my opinion though, don’t act on what I say alone. My gut says dropping until the auction is done, then BIG rebound after that.
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Last modified (UTC): June 30, 2014 08:29