(BTC) and Ether (ETH) recovered a large part of the losses that happened due to the knee-jerk reaction to China’s regulatory crackdown on Sept. 24. This suggests that crypto markets have absorbed the news-based selling, with long-term investors likely using the dip to accumulate.
However, a rally may have to wait as market participants watch the outcome of the infrastructure bill this week, which could see the debate start on Sept. 27 and the final vote on Sept. 30. The broad definition of a “broker” may cause some volatility in crypto markets but HODLers are unlikely to be shaken.
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