Bitcoin’s Bull Run May Now Immediately Follow Halving
Wu, who co-founded and served as CEO of mining rig manufacturing giant Bitmain before stepping down last year, told 8BTC the price run for bitcoin will likely be delayed following the halving.
Wu said he was positive about the future of bitcoin, and explained that recent economic policies such as government “quantitative easing” packages could lead to crypto-assets becoming more valuable.
Despite the potential, Wu cautioned that bitcoin has a price top like any other asset and would undergo periods of fluctuating growth.
As bitcoin’s market cap grows, its volatility decreases and becomes more stable. That means we may not see abrupt spikes in its price. No matter how high bitcoin goes, one day it will reach a top. Before that, it will see prices [with] flatline growth with some twists in the next few years.
I think the bull this time around may not come immediately after the halving. There likely will be a delay in time.
Wu also disputed the notion that bitcoin serves as a “safe haven” asset against traditional market volatility. Instead, he argued that bitcoin has become intertwined with the broader financial market and responds to similar impacts on global economic stability.