If Satoshi’s comeback wasn’t on your 2020 bingo list, you might consider adding another bull run.
Satoshi teases a comeback
On May 20, one relatively insignificant Bitcoin transfer sent shockwaves around the cryptocurrency industry.
Whale Alert, the service that tracks huge transactions across different blockchains, spotted that a chunk of 50 Bitcoin, which dates back to February 2009, was on the move for the first time.
These coins were mined were just a month after the Bitcoin blockchain came to life with the original Genesis block on Jan. 3, 2009.
This led to knee-jerk speculations that no other than Satoshi himself (or his apparition) gave cryptocurrency enthusiasts a sign that they were still being watched.
Bitcoin price bounces back
Before anyone started to question whether this veteran whale was actually Satoshi, market participants inadvertently panic, which resulted in the significant price drop.
However, BTC managed to bounce back to its current level of $9,491 as soon as the sellers’ heads cooled.
Still, popular crypto trader DonAlt believes that there is ‘zero chance’ of upside price action unless the top cryptocurrency managed to reclaim the $9,600 level.