‘Black Monday’ Shows Bitcoin Isn’t As ‘Dangerous’ As Regulators Claim566.72

In addition to the grueling stock market madness, the financial publication Business Insider published a report that stated, "Money was pouring into crypto during the stock market's selloff." The Dow started to nosedive at 2:40 pm EDT, and twenty minutes later the entire cryptocurrency capitalization according to Coinmarketcap spiked 7 percent one hour later. Over the past week, mainstream news outlets have had no problem calling bitcoin markets 'dead' and publishing reports stating that it will never recover. On Tuesday, February 6, mainstream media's outlook on the stock market is gloomy, but there's not that many editorials about the stock market 'crashing,' or the 'stocks bubble has popped. What do you think about the stock market tumble in comparison to bitcoin markets? What do you think is more dangerous? Let us know in the comments below.
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