Are We Near a Crypto Bottom?

Are we near a crypto bottom?

CoinDesk published this video item, entitled “Are We Near a Crypto Bottom?” – below is their description.

eToro Crypto Consultant Glen Goodman discusses why we may be near the bottom of the crypto bear market as the latest Google Trends data shows increasing searches for “bitcoin is dead” and “crypto is dead.” Plus, the latest on institutional investments and bitcoin’s dominance in the crypto market.

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