© Reuters. Which will come first, Bitcoin at $ 100,000 or Shiba Inu at $ 0.001?
Every week, Benzinga conducts a survey to gather opinions on what traders are most interested in or concerned about when managing and creating their personal portfolios.
This week we asked more than 1,000 visitors to Benzinga the following question about cryptocurrency trading and investing: which will be the first, (CRYPTO: BTC) at $ 100,000 or (CRYPTO: SHIB) at $ 0.001?
Here are the full results of this week’s poll:
- Bitcoin will reach $ 100,000 first: 35.7%
- Shiba Inu will first reach $ 0.001: 64.3%
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- Apex Bitcoin is slightly higher on Saturday morning at 0.52% around $ 39,700
- Bitcoin is 5.70% higher over the last month
- Bitcoin is 16.90% lower to date
- Popular Ethereum-based cryptography Shiba Inu (CRYPTO: ETH) is also slightly higher by 0.95% at $ 0.00002432 on Saturday
- Shiba Inu has risen 2.96% in the last month
- Shiba Inu is 29.42% lower since the beginning of the year
The fall of Bitcoin and Shiba Inu in recent weeks is likely to be in line with the broader market, as US indices fell due to continued volatility as traders assess the prospects of Fed policy , the increase in Treasury yields and quarterly earnings reports.
Investors continue to value the next business gains, while on Tuesday a 3-year high of 2.940% was recorded for the 10-year note.
Read also: This cryptocurrency analyst thinks that Bitcoin will fall by 50% – here’s why
This survey was conducted by Benzinga in April 2022 and included responses from a diverse population of adults 18 and older.
Participation in the survey was entirely voluntary, without offering incentives to potential respondents. The study reflects the results of more than 1,000 adults.
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