Why are cryptos dipping?
The Wall Street Journal reported that cryptocurrency investors — specifically those dropping money into Ethereum and Dogecoin — have been selling their crypto investments due to “concerns about heightened government intervention adding to recent pressure on cryptocurrencies.”
- AvaTrade analyst Naeem Aslam told The Wall Street Journal that Bitcoin traders, for example, have been “falling out of love once again,” with cryptocurrency.
Much of the reason for the dip is there’s not much hype anymore for these cryptocurrencies. You’ll notice a lot of the gains in April were tied to the social media hype that surrounded Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s appearance on “Saturday Night Live” and the common tweets about cryptos from Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban.
- The hype has died down, which has led to less quick investments into the cryptos.
Will Shib coin rise again?
Per InvestingCube.com, Shiba Inu coin is expected to climb again. There isn’t a lot of momentum behind the coin at the moment, but active buyers could inspire the coin’s value to rise.
- The value of a single Shib coin is currently at $0.00000664. But with a more active buyer’s market, the value could increase to $0.00001040, InvestingCube.com reports. That might not seem like a lot, but an entire decimal point could impact the pockets of heavy investors.
- However, InvestingCube.com sees the coin settling around the $0.00000600 mark for the near future. But if it dips below that, then it may only continue to dip.