The highly anticipated event took place last Saturday. Bitcoin The halving event did not lead to the expected increase in Bitcoin’s price. Contrary to predictions of a price increase due to a supply squeeze, BTC dropped over 7% last week, according to data.

However, Chief Research Analyst Aurelie Barthere suggests that the recent price correction is a reflection of the broader macroeconomic environment rather than a sell-off triggered by the halving event:

“The correction we are witnessing is macro driven and is also seen in US technology stocks. “This is a combination of a repricing in US interest rates and the beginning of tech gains that are disappointing investors’ expectations.”

Interestingly, Barthere highlighted that historically the 250-day period following each halving event has been the strongest period for Bitcoin returns. This 250-day period was evaluated compared to the 115-day period before the halving and the non-halving years. As a result, the analyst claims that there is hope for a bull in Bitcoin after the halving period.

BTC price is trading at $63,484 at the time of writing.

*This is not investment advice.

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