Połowa inwestorów sprzeda 50% BTC podczas kolejnej hossy

Bitcoin has experienced several major ups in its history. In 2017, Bitcoin price almost touched the level of $20,000. In 2020, the price rose higher in order to reach $41,000 this year. How did investors react to the growth of cryptocurrency?

In 2017, when Bitcoin rose in price almost 20 times, many investors massively sold their cryptocurrency in order to get rich. Some bought houses, and others bought Lamborghinis. Still others could not at all figure out what to do with the wealth that had fallen on their heads.

How are things going in 2020-2021? Despite hitting the $40,000 mark, there were no significant sales. Bitcoin analyst Josh Rager, whose Twitter account has over 100,000 followers, has conducted a survey of his followers.



The research began on January 8th. 3,394 people took part in the survey. Regarding the question if investors are planning to sell their Bitcoins during the next bull market, the answers were as follows:

  • 34.3% want to drain 75-100% of BTC
  • 22.4% will get rid of 50%
  • 11.7% will sell to 25%
  • 31.6% will sell less than 25%

A similar study was carried out on the Filbfilb account owned by Phil Filber. It was attended by 7,000 people, and this survey showed important results. Filber asked his subscribers at what price they would sell their Bitcoins. The results can be seen in this picture



Thus, at the present time, most investors intend to go. They will part with their savings in Bitcoin only when they reach 100-300 thousand dollars, and that is not all, but only 40.7 percent.