Finder’s CEO believes that if Bitcoin reaches $12,000, there is “nothing left to sell.”
Bitcoin price dropped from $24,000 to $22,000, halting its upward move.
Bitcoin (BTC) is trading below $22,000 after hitting $24,000 last week, down from a June low of $17,600. However, if it still falls below that figure, there are those who will take the opportunity to buy more and accumulate more cryptocurrency holdings.
The case concerns 39-year-old Australian billionaire Fred Shebesta, founder and CEO of financial analytics platform Finder.com. In the year In an interview on July 24, He said that if Bitcoin falls below $10,000, he cannot resist the urge to sell his luxury home to buy more BTC.
This is a luxury home with a private pool and direct beach view located 300 meters above sea level in Tamarana, Sydney, Australia. A dream place where I want to trade for more bitcoin if the price drops below $10,000.
“The lifestyle offered by the apartment is incredible, five minutes from everything. And when you’re at home, you have this quiet private residence overlooking Tamarama Beach,” said the Finder CEO, who made it clear he loved the luxury home.
In any case, he said so If he reaches that figure, he thinks it will be difficult for BTC to fall below $12,000. He realizes that this may be his lowest. “If Bitcoin reaches $12,000, you will see a lot of buyers. All sellers will be fired. There will be no one to sell. From there, it has the potential to go up more than it goes down,” he said.
The CEO of the finder was clear on his comments He intends to buy Bitcoin for less than $10,000. But the cryptocurrency did not provide analytics that predicted it would reach such a figure. The Last Billionaire Who Said I’d Buy for $12,000 by Thomas Paterphy and Robert KiyosakiRich father poor father1.100 dollars