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MicroStrategy’s Michael Saylor Reacts to Bitcoin Price Lull By U.Today


U.Today – , the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, has recently reached a one-month low, as this year’s record-breaking rise shows indications of exhaustion in the lack of new market drivers. Amid this downturn, Michael Saylor, the cofounder and chairman of MicroStrategy and a well-known Bitcoin advocate, responded with his signature blend of optimism and humor.

During Friday’s trading session, the Bitcoin price fell to more than a one-month low of $63,300, the lowest level since May 15. The fall coincides with outflows from Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and fading prospects of interest rate cuts in the United States.

On June 21, Bitcoin spot ETFs experienced a cumulative net outflow of $106 million. According to Spotonchain data, the net inflow has been negative throughout the trading week, with a total outflow of $545 million. These outflows may indicate cooling interest among institutional investors, adding to negative pressure on Bitcoin’s price. At the time of writing, Bitcoin was showing little movement, up 0.48% in the last 24 hours to $64,229.

Against this backdrop, Saylor took to X (formerly Twitter) to share a lighthearted meme. The image featured the beloved Sesame Street character, Cookie Monster, gulping down Bitcoins, accompanied by the caption, “New logo?” This tweet demonstrates Saylor’s typical approach to market volatility: being optimistic and focused on Bitcoin’s long-term potential.

Saylor has been one of Bitcoin’s most vocal proponents in the corporate world. Under his leadership, MicroStrategy has invested heavily in Bitcoin, viewing it as a strategic asset to hedge against inflation and currency devaluation.

Bitcoin’s recent price decline might have caused concern among investors. By injecting humor into the situation, Saylor’s tweet is a reminder to the crypto community to stay focused on the bigger picture instead of short-term fluctuations.

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