Bitcoin has gained ground and recovered to $42,000 today after yesterday's considerable drop to $30,000 due to the twists and turns of the crypto market in China. The country has made it clear that cryptocurrency has no value and its price is very easy to manipulate and impossible to predict because of its high volatility. "Recently, cryptocurrency prices have skyrocketed and plummeted, and speculative trading of cryptocurrency has rebounded, seriously infringing on the safety of people's property and disrupting the normal economic and financial order," the central bank said in the statement.
After Elon Musk said that Tesla had diamond hands and the company was not going to sell off any bitcoin, the digital asset surged. Microstrategy CEO Michael Saylor also supported the BTC rally. He pointed out, " Entities I control have now acquired 111,000 #BTC and have not sold a single satoshi." BTC soared amid that statement. So, BTC made a rebound after yesterday's dramatic decline to the $30,000 support level. Notably, bitcoin could have gone even into a deeper correction if not for the intervention of the hodlers and the support of main crypto enthusiasts Musk and Saylor. To continue its growth to 45,000-50,000, BTC will have to break above the resistance level. This will be a very difficult task for BTC.
Yesterday BTC faced strong selling pressure and total havoc in the crypto market. After a significant drop to the resistance level of $30,000, many began to get rid of the cryptocurrency and sell it off massively. This led to a depreciation of almost 50% of the market value of the cryptocurrency.
However, the US Treasury Department has made new comments about digital assets. It said it will require any transfer worth $10,000 or more to be reported to the Internal Revenue Service. The US Treasury Department has taken a close look at Bitcoin and will now monitor the movements of whales on the network, which will trade for more than $10,000, and this will appear in the reports. "This is why the President's proposal includes additional resources for the IRS to address the growth of cryptoassets," the department added. "Within the context of the new financial account reporting regime, cryptocurrencies and cryptoasset exchange accounts and payment service accounts that accept cryptocurrencies would be covered. Further, as with cash transactions, businesses that receive cryptoassets with a fair market value of more than $10,000 would also be reported on." Joe Biden and his administration made such a proposal as part of their tax enforcement plan.