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How does the value of bitcoin rise and fall?

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Why do all the currencies tend to rise and fall as Bitcoin rises and falls?

Title is basically what I'm asking. I've been watching crypto for years now but I just recently started moving funds between currencies on Robinhood and I've noticed that all the biggest coins basically do whatever Bitcoin does, more or less. Why is that?
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How does the price of Bitcoin rise and fall at the same time in different exchanges and in different time-zones at the same time to a same degree?

Reason 1: Could be Stop-Loss orders
Reason 2: Trading Bots [I'm very new to this tech, so this is pure speculation]
Q: How do people from different time-zones know to sell at the exact same time and up to an exact point?
The drop that happened on January 10, 2019, caused the price of Bitcoin to fall by an approximate $406 if I remember it correctly, and a whopping $223 in an hour.
I checked Coinbase, BitMEX, Bitfinex, Bitstamp, all showed the exact amount of drop at the exact time [be it one-hour, one-day, 15 min charts].
Can someone explain this?
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Bitcoin rise and fall

Newish to crypto, at this point what causes rise and fall in bitcoin? Is it just speculation like fear of either crypto or of faults in the current monetary system or is there still new adoption and investment being made actively that causes real flux?
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Bitcoin rise and fall - be careful!

I decided to write this a few days ago concerning BTC and other cryptocurrencies, enjoy the read and if you have questions about it, feel free to ask: Also like and share this article if you enjoy the read!
Between the years of 1634 and 1637 there was a similar phenomenon to our modern-day Bitcoin (BTC) that we are currently experiencing. It was known as Tulip Mania where the Dutch blew up the price of this flower because of the rarity of it and the increased demand. In one month, the prices inflated just over 2,000% and people were given anything and everything they owned to get a piece of the action. Again, we are seeing something similar with the emergence of cryptocurrencies, but what protected the Dutch and what is protecting us today with these prices? The answer: nothing at all.
Sure, even I have jumped on the bandwagon of buying and selling these currencies and have enjoyed every minute of it, but just as Tulip Mania, we are eventually going to face this infamous “bubble” that major economists are rambling on about. Tulips at their initial release to the Dutch community became a luxury item, where bulbs were being sold at almost 10x what a normal laborer was making during that period. You are certainly seeing something similar with BTC and other coins and the growth that is happening daily. Many are projecting BTC to reach into the million-dollar mark for a single BTC, which at that point even the wealthiest 10% in the world can’t even afford.
We have reached the point that the tulip market reached in November of 1636, futures are starting to be offered on BTC and guess what followed 3 months later? The most abrupt “bubble” popping and a complete market crash. Community members had sold of their homes, livestock, and even the last few bucks they had to their name to acquire these tulips. As the market for BTC continues to grow, even the most basic individuals are putting their minimum wage checks into these exchanges and wallets in hopes of striking it rich, just as their predecessors have done in the past and are currently doing. Apparently, the world never learned from Tulip Mania or the great depression, where people lost everything because they were putting their money in places without any security and ultimately lost every bit of their monetary lives. Maybe it could be put into a simpler comparison of what bitcoin is.
If you have a smart phone, you most likely have downloaded games such as candy crush or clash of clans with those pesky in app purchases for their “currencies.” Probably wondering where I am going with this and you might already know what is being implied. All you have is some in-app currency that you get to play with daily and make a few bucks on, but, it’s just a game. Some guy that literally nobody knows, created some currency and got a lot of people to believe in it, but not really. People purchase these coins and then sell them to get their everyday fiat money in return. If you truly believe in these currencies, why are you not holding on to them and why can’t you spend them at your neighborhood market? All everyone is doing, is making this guy “Satoshi” extremely rich and whenever this guy decides that he’s had enough and the game is over; he just goes “click” and shuts everything done and has ultimately schemed everyone out of trillions of dollars and everyone is left looking at a computer screen with no money in their bank account and wondering what they are going to do going forward.
So, if you are going to get into the game, make sure you know what you are doing and have a plan to get out. You may think I am being a hypocrite because I myself have bought into this, but I have also received my initial investment back and just playing profits. I want everyone to have fun and make a little bit of extra money, but if you believe that this will ultimately take over currencies around the world, you have another thing coming. Until “Satoshi” comes forward, there is public backing of these coins, and the market accepts it everywhere; be careful and invest wisely. Until then, you are playing the ultimate game of monopoly and “Satoshi” owns all 32 homes on the board. Good Luck!
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How does the price of Bitcoin rise and fall at the same time in different exchanges and in different time-zones at the same time to a same degree? /r/Bitcoin

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How does the price of Bitcoin rise and fall at the same time in different exchanges and in different time-zones at the same time to a same degree? /r/Bitcoin

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With the rapid rising price of Bitcoin, how does it affect prices of goods/services? Do they just change as rapidly as the value of Bitcoin rises and falls?

There is a lot of news of Bitcoin hitting $11000 per coin and it seems to be moving rapidly. It got me thinking how most fiat economies relies on a steady value in order to keep prices from fluctuating.
For example, (and I'm using round numbers for simplicity) let's say that a banana is 1 BTC today. I know that's crazy expensive but I'm trying to keep it simple.
Tomorrow, let's say that Bitcoin shoots to $20000. Is the banana still 1 BTC? Or does the price of the banana fall in relation to the value of BTC?
If the price of the banana falls, do people who operate on BTC just adjust their prices all the time?
EDIT: I'm marking this as answered but I'm enjoying learning about all of this. Thanks everyone!
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Bitcoin Rise and fall of 5 years in 2 minutes. A treat for eyes /r/Bitcoin

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Bitcoin rise and fall /r/Bitcoin

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Bitcoin's Rise and Fall. What do you think?

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Bitcoin's Rise and Fall. What do you think?

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The year that saw Bitcoin rise and fall

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Will Gold and Bitcoin Rise and Fall Together?

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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Bitcoin rise and fall - be careful!

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I decided to write this a few days ago concerning BTC and other cryptocurrencies, enjoy the read and if you have questions about it, feel free to ask: Also like and share this article if you enjoy the read!
Between the years of 1634 and 1637 there was a similar phenomenon to our modern-day Bitcoin (BTC) that we are currently experiencing. It was known as Tulip Mania where the Dutch blew up the price of this flower because of the rarity of it and the increased demand. In one month, the prices inflated just over 2,000% and people were given anything and everything they owned to get a piece of the action. Again, we are seeing something similar with the emergence of cryptocurrencies, but what protected the Dutch and what is protecting us today with these prices? The answer: nothing at all.
Sure, even I have jumped on the bandwagon of buying and selling these currencies and have enjoyed every minute of it, but just as Tulip Mania, we are eventually going to face this infamous “bubble” that major economists are rambling on about. Tulips at their initial release to the Dutch community became a luxury item, where bulbs were being sold at almost 10x what a normal laborer was making during that period. You are certainly seeing something similar with BTC and other coins and the growth that is happening daily. Many are projecting BTC to reach into the million-dollar mark for a single BTC, which at that point even the wealthiest 10% in the world can’t even afford.
We have reached the point that the tulip market reached in November of 1636, futures are starting to be offered on BTC and guess what followed 3 months later? The most abrupt “bubble” popping and a complete market crash. Community members had sold of their homes, livestock, and even the last few bucks they had to their name to acquire these tulips. As the market for BTC continues to grow, even the most basic individuals are putting their minimum wage checks into these exchanges and wallets in hopes of striking it rich, just as their predecessors have done in the past and are currently doing. Apparently, the world never learned from Tulip Mania or the great depression, where people lost everything because they were putting their money in places without any security and ultimately lost every bit of their monetary lives. Maybe it could be put into a simpler comparison of what bitcoin is.
If you have a smart phone, you most likely have downloaded games such as candy crush or clash of clans with those pesky in app purchases for their “currencies.” Probably wondering where I am going with this and you might already know what is being implied. All you have is some in-app currency that you get to play with daily and make a few bucks on, but, it’s just a game. Some guy that literally nobody knows, created some currency and got a lot of people to believe in it, but not really. People purchase these coins and then sell them to get their everyday fiat money in return. If you truly believe in these currencies, why are you not holding on to them and why can’t you spend them at your neighborhood market? All everyone is doing, is making this guy “Satoshi” extremely rich and whenever this guy decides that he’s had enough and the game is over; he just goes “click” and shuts everything done and has ultimately schemed everyone out of trillions of dollars and everyone is left looking at a computer screen with no money in their bank account and wondering what they are going to do going forward.
So, if you are going to get into the game, make sure you know what you are doing and have a plan to get out. You may think I am being a hypocrite because I myself have bought into this, but I have also received my initial investment back and just playing profits. I want everyone to have fun and make a little bit of extra money, but if you believe that this will ultimately take over currencies around the world, you have another thing coming. Until “Satoshi” comes forward, there is public backing of these coins, and the market accepts it everywhere; be careful and invest wisely. Until then, you are playing the ultimate game of monopoly and “Satoshi” owns all 32 homes on the board. Good Luck!
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Will Gold and Bitcoin Rise and Fall Together?

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NASDAQ plans to let investors bet on Bitcoins rise and fall

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Bitcoin rise and fall - be careful! /r/Bitcoin

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I decided to write this a few days ago concerning BTC and other cryptocurrencies, enjoy the read and if you have questions about it, feel free to ask: Also like and share this article if you enjoy the read!
Between the years of 1634 and 1637 there was a similar phenomenon to our modern-day Bitcoin (BTC) that we are currently experiencing. It was known as Tulip Mania where the Dutch blew up the price of this flower because of the rarity of it and the increased demand. In one month, the prices inflated just over 2,000% and people were given anything and everything they owned to get a piece of the action. Again, we are seeing something similar with the emergence of cryptocurrencies, but what protected the Dutch and what is protecting us today with these prices? The answer: nothing at all.
Sure, even I have jumped on the bandwagon of buying and selling these currencies and have enjoyed every minute of it, but just as Tulip Mania, we are eventually going to face this infamous “bubble” that major economists are rambling on about. Tulips at their initial release to the Dutch community became a luxury item, where bulbs were being sold at almost 10x what a normal laborer was making during that period. You are certainly seeing something similar with BTC and other coins and the growth that is happening daily. Many are projecting BTC to reach into the million-dollar mark for a single BTC, which at that point even the wealthiest 10% in the world can’t even afford.
We have reached the point that the tulip market reached in November of 1636, futures are starting to be offered on BTC and guess what followed 3 months later? The most abrupt “bubble” popping and a complete market crash. Community members had sold of their homes, livestock, and even the last few bucks they had to their name to acquire these tulips. As the market for BTC continues to grow, even the most basic individuals are putting their minimum wage checks into these exchanges and wallets in hopes of striking it rich, just as their predecessors have done in the past and are currently doing. Apparently, the world never learned from Tulip Mania or the great depression, where people lost everything because they were putting their money in places without any security and ultimately lost every bit of their monetary lives. Maybe it could be put into a simpler comparison of what bitcoin is.
If you have a smart phone, you most likely have downloaded games such as candy crush or clash of clans with those pesky in app purchases for their “currencies.” Probably wondering where I am going with this and you might already know what is being implied. All you have is some in-app currency that you get to play with daily and make a few bucks on, but, it’s just a game. Some guy that literally nobody knows, created some currency and got a lot of people to believe in it, but not really. People purchase these coins and then sell them to get their everyday fiat money in return. If you truly believe in these currencies, why are you not holding on to them and why can’t you spend them at your neighborhood market? All everyone is doing, is making this guy “Satoshi” extremely rich and whenever this guy decides that he’s had enough and the game is over; he just goes “click” and shuts everything done and has ultimately schemed everyone out of trillions of dollars and everyone is left looking at a computer screen with no money in their bank account and wondering what they are going to do going forward.
So, if you are going to get into the game, make sure you know what you are doing and have a plan to get out. You may think I am being a hypocrite because I myself have bought into this, but I have also received my initial investment back and just playing profits. I want everyone to have fun and make a little bit of extra money, but if you believe that this will ultimately take over currencies around the world, you have another thing coming. Until “Satoshi” comes forward, there is public backing of these coins, and the market accepts it everywhere; be careful and invest wisely. Until then, you are playing the ultimate game of monopoly and “Satoshi” owns all 32 homes on the board. Good Luck!
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NASDAQ plans to let investors bet on Bitcoin's rise and fall – The Verge

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What needs to happen in order for Monero to become immune to Bitcoin's risings and falls?

Bitcoin drops in value, Monero follows. What needs to happen in order for Monero to not give a shit and to continue its own path on price chart histogram independently from Bitcoin's value?
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LOEx Market Research Report on August 7: The release of the US dollar is the source of the bull market for gold and Bitcoin

LOEx Market Research Report on August 7: The release of the US dollar is the source of the bull market for gold and Bitcoin
[Today's Hot Tips]

1. [Polkadot Official: The project shall not split DOT until block 1248328 has been denominated]

In the morning of August 7, Polkadot officially released the "Announcement on the Change of the DOT Denomination of the Chinese Ecosystem".

2. [Chief Developer of Bitcoin ABC: Agree to implement the ASERT difficulty adjustment proposal]
On the evening of August 6, the chief developer of Bitcoin ABC, Amuary, published an article introducing the November improvement plan of the Bitcoin ABC full node software:
  1. Agree to implement the "aserti3-2d (ASERT)" proposal proposed by the developer, Jonathan Toomim, which has been supported by most BCH node software;
  2. Add a new coinbase rule, all newly mined blocks must contain an output that will allocate 8% of newly mined tokens to a designated address.
The focus of recent controversy in the BCH community is to improve the difficulty adjustment algorithm (DAA).
3. [Multiple BCH developers jointly declared that they will upgrade the implementation of the ASERT DAA algorithm on November 15]
According to Bitcoincash's news on the evening of August 6, multiple BCH developers jointly declared they will implement the aserti3-2d difficulty adjustment algorithm (ASERT DAA) on the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) chain on November 15, 2020. This algorithm was designed by Mark Lundeberg and implemented by Jonathan Toomim and other developers.
[Today's market analysis]
Bitcoin (BTC)BTC fluctuated upwards slightly in the early morning, rising to 11899 USDT, and fluctuating sharply around 5 o'clock. It fell below 11700 USDT in the short-term and fell to 11616 USDT at its lowest, and then rebounded slightly. At present, BTC is finishing in a narrow range around 11750 USDT. Most mainstream currencies showed a volatile downward trend in the early morning. BTC is currently trading at 11871.9 USDT on LOEx Global, an increase of 0.31% in 24h.
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The price of gold has exceeded $2,000 per ounce. Many people in the currency circle may not understand the significance of the price of $2,000 to the gold market. This was once considered "the gate of never breaking through." Because more than a year ago, many people still thought that gold might be out of the market. In the future, gold will no longer be used as an important asset and currency reserve. Of course, it has been severely beaten now. This price is a bit similar to Bitcoin's original $10,000, but Bitcoin has broken through $10,000 again and again. Gold's $2,000 barrier is much stronger. However, things have changed and a miracle finally happened.
If Bitcoin's rise and fall to this day have nothing to do with the rise and fall of the US dollar as a global reserve currency, then the prospects of Bitcoin can basically be judged as finished. why? Because the value of Bitcoin is supported by the imagination and consensus that it can become a stored-value asset and reserve currency such as gold. Therefore, Bitcoin is related to the strength of the rise and fall of the US dollar, which is the correct development path. Therefore, the devaluation of the US dollar is the source of the bull market for gold and Bitcoin.
Operation suggestions:
Support level: the first support level is 11000 points, the second support level is 10800 integers;
Resistance level: the first resistance level is 12000 points, the second resistance level is 12500 points.
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