Bitcoin and political risk, a “safe haven”? Vincent Ganne Technical Analysis

The dissolution of the French National Assembly brings back the specter of the 2010/2013 European debt crisis, with capital moving to assets considered “safe havens” such as bonds and the Swiss franc. Will Bitcoin regain its role as a safe haven like it did during the early 2023 banking crisis, or will it adjust to stock market pressure? Here is an overview of Vincent Ganne’s BTC, ETH, BNB, SOL and RNDR charts.

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