Binance “FUD” fuels bearish BTC moves
The pair retraced its entire run to one-month highs courtesy of the latest macroeconomic data and policy update from the United States.
The evidence, they suggested, simply did not stack up in bears’ favor.
A further post expanded on who those players are:
“Apparently the consensus is that Tether, Binance, DCG are all going to fall. Potentially even Michael Saylor. Clear, got it.”
“Interesting to see everyone suddenly so bearish on BTC as if it’s solely acting so weak. SPX is doing exactly the same, maybe even weaker,” he told followers, querying whether the “Binance fud” really had a role to play.
Research: Binance reserves data “makes sense”
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“To evaluate the information contained in Binance’s Proof-of-Reserves report, we compared the liabilities presented by Binance in the report to the on-chain metric data we have at CryptoQuant regarding Binance’s BTC Reserves (our estimation of the deposits made by Binance’s customers),” it explained in a blog post on Dec. 15.
“We discovered that the liabilities stated by Binance are highly similar to our assessment (99%).”
It added that the data Binance supplied about its liabilities “makes sense.”
No amount of reassurance was enough to console BTC price action on the day, however, with $17,000 barely holding at the time of writing.
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