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Crypto Rating Firm Predicts Market Turbulence Ahead of US CPI Release 

Crypto enthusiasts, brace yourselves for potential market volatility as the US prepares to release key inflation data. Matthew Dixon, CEO of Evai, warns of significant price swings ahead for Bitcoin and the broader cryptocurrency market. Will the upcoming Consumer Price Index (CPI) release trigger a new price surge or a dramatic correction?

Dixon recently highlighted the growing fear in the markets, especially with Bitcoin, pointing out that the CPI release on June 12th could push BTC to new all-time highs or send it further down into a correction phase. Despite the uncertainty, Dixon remains optimistic about Bitcoin’s long-term outlook, expecting a new all-time high soon.

The CPI measures the average change in prices paid by urban consumers for a basket of goods and services and is a key indicator of inflation. Higher-than-expected CPI readings can lead to increased interest rates as central banks try to control inflation, impacting various investment markets, including cryptocurrencies.

Bitcoin is currently priced at $67,840.10, with a 30-day change of +11.2%. Since the Bitcoin halving in April, BTC has been highly volatile, making several attempts to break its all-time high. Despite short-term uncertainty, Dixon believes the long-term outlook for Bitcoin remains positive, with a new all-time high on the horizon.

The upcoming CPI data release is crucial for understanding inflation trends and anticipating Bitcoin’s market movements. Whether the data meets expectations or not, it is likely to have a significant impact on BTC’s price. Investors should stay vigilant and prepare for potential market shifts.

Stay tuned with Coinpedia for updates on Bitcoin and cryptocurrency trends as these developments unfold. Prepare for potential market shifts and keep an eye on how the CPI release could impact Bitcoin’s performance.

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