Savings Banks from Germany may be Catalysts for Bitcoin’s Next All-Time High

ByEdward Thompson

Dec 15, 2021
Invxsler cryptocurrency trading

From the time of its inception, Bitcoin has been the center of attention for the entire cryptocurrency sector. Over time, its circle of attention has increased and the crypto-community is no longer the only entity closely monitoring it.

In the year 2017, when Bitcoin (BTC) hit its all-time high, it managed to catch the attention of mainstream institutions for the first time. However, the early 2018 plummet was the deal-breaker from Bitcoin.

From that point onwards, Bitcoin had to struggle and bring itself back to life, which it managed to do by the end of 2020. Since then, Bitcoin has been the center of attention for many major financial institutions. Surprisingly, it is not just a single country or region where the attention is coming from, the attention for Bitcoin from financial institutions is on a global scale.

As Bitcoin set foot into the year 2021, it did it with all the grace and charms. Unfortunately, despite hitting several all-time highs in 2021, the year comes to a close as a disappointment for Bitcoin. This is mainly because of the constant poking from the Chinese regulators.

Initially, they dealt a huge blow to Bitcoin in the month of May when they launched their crackdown against China. From that particular moment, China has continued with its barrage on the entire crypto-sector, until finally banning the entire crypto-sector.

As of now, Bitcoin’s price is at $48,181.20, as it has observed a 26.88% plummet in the past 30-days, and a 4.45% plummet in the past 7-days. Initially, it was hoped that the year 2021 for Bitcoin would end at a price of $141,000.

As the Chinese regulatory action plan initiated against Bitcoin in mid-May, the analysts lowered their predictions surrounding BTC’s price. Later on, the analysts predicted that it would reach a price of $77k by the end of 2021.

Surprisingly, it doesn’t seem that Bitcoin would be able to achieve either of the targets. However, since the beginning of the fourth quarter of 2021, the mainstream regulators have started taking a lot of interest in Bitcoin.

As of now, there are several things that are in the pipeline that would eventually push the price of BTC in the upward direction.

One of the most promising pieces of information surrounding Bitcoin comes from Germany. It has been reported that the savings banks from Germany are planning to let the clients add digital assets to their investment portfolios.

According to the report, the account holders at the savings banks in Germany will be allowed to make investments in Bitcoin directly from their savings accounts.

In Germany, the particular entities are known as Sparkassen, which is a group of major savings banks in the country. For now, they are running a pilot on the basic utility, but in the year 2022, they are planning to launch a crypto-exchange and a crypto-wallet for their customers.

The information provided on this website should not be interpreted as financial or investment guidance and may not embody the perspectives of Forex Tools Trader or its contributors. Forex Tools Trader does not hold responsibility for any financial setbacks experienced due to the use of information provided on this website by its writers or patrons. It's essential to thoroughly investigate and make informed decisions before entering any financial commitments, particularly concerning third-party reviews, presales, and similar ventures. The content you are viewing may be sponsored content, read our full disclaimer to learn more.

Don't Miss Out!

Artificial Intelligence Trading Software

CypherMindHQ Trading Robot, OpenAI (ChatGPT4) Enabled - The Best AI Trading System Ever Created

Sign Up

Try Crypto Engine With a Trusted Broker