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The price of Bitcoin has risen between 7% and 36% in the first week of January of every year since 2018 By CoinTelegraph

© Reuters. The price of Bitcoin has risen between 7% and 36% in the first week of January of every year since 2018

Some cryptocurrency market analysts are highlighting the potential for a first green week in crypto markets in January as part of what economist and trader Alex Krüger calls the “first week of the year effect.”

Krüger noted in a December 29 tweet that for the past four years in a row, () he has enjoyed positive returns in the first week of January ranging from 7% to 36% between 2018 and 2021.

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In 2021, BTC went from $ 28,653 to $ 41,441 in the first week of January.

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