Bitcoin’s price prediction has been a hot topic among investors and traders as the weekend volume exceeded $10 billion. The market is currently in a state of flux, with some indicators suggesting a bullish trend, while others point to a bearish scenario.
As investors keep a close eye on the market, various factors, including economic data, government regulations, and industry developments, may influence the direction of BTC’s price in the coming days. While some investors may be tempted to sell their holdings in anticipation of a price decline, others may see this as a buying opportunity. Ultimately, the direction of BTC’s price will be determined by the supply and demand dynamics in the market.
Michael Saylor, a prominent Bitcoin advocate and chairman of MicroStrategy, has been cleared of all charges in a civil lawsuit filed against him in August 2022. The lawsuit, lodged by the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, accused Saylor of violating the False Claims Act and failing to pay personal income taxes amounting to over $25 million.
The court’s decision to dismiss the charge that Saylor and MicroStrategy conspired to violate the act has left many people wondering what will happen next. Saylor still faces the charge of tax fraud, with a status conference scheduled for March 10, 2023. No one knows what the final outcome of the case will be.
The dismissal of the civil complaint against Michael Saylor may have a positive impact on the reputation of the Bitcoin and crypto market, as it removes the negative press associated with the accusations against one of its most prominent and well-respected figures.
Saylor’s ongoing charge for tax fraud casts a shadow of doubt on his credibility and reputation within the crypto community. Although the impact on the crypto market is likely to be minimal, the outcome of the case could still have a significant impact on Saylor’s future.
Coinbase’s institutional research head, David Duong, stated in a live stream with crypto analyst Scott Melker that institutional investors might be more interested in crypto assets beyond Bitcoin and Ethereum than previously thought. This could include assets like Ripple, Stellar, and EOS which have all seen significant price increases in recent months.