Crypto is notorious for its volatility. All its wild swings in prices have become a trademark of the market. And it’s also something that has for years now shaped the trading behaviors of investors looking to make a quick profit. But what happens when the market’s largest digital asset, Bitcoin, starts losing its volatility?
Recently, the coin has traded in a tight range around $200,000, unable to break out in any real way. How have crypto investors – who are used to trading on the ups and downs of the coin – responded? How have their investing strategies shifted?