Crypto experts are evaluating VC Spectra’s (SPCT) features while Bitcoin’s (BTC) performance sparks negative forecasts.
- VC Spectra presale ongoing
- Bitcoin remains in range
VC Spectra builds momentum
VC Spectra is a decentralized hedge fund.
Users can diversify their portfolios through this platform by investing in niche market sectors and tech startups.
It is a secure, transparent, and AI-powered trading system that beginners can explore.
VC Spectra will launch on the Bitcoin blockchain and has a deflationary burn mechanism to decrease token circulation.
SPCT holders also receive voting rights for upcoming sales and access to pre-ICO discounts.
In the current presale stage, SPCT is available at $0.077.
Experts are bullish, expecting prices to continue rising ahead of launch.
The state of Bitcoin: will prices fall?
BTC fell 0.434% in four days, from $37,476 on Nov. 20 to $37,314 on Nov. 24.
Crypto experts say there could be more dips if Bitcoin fails to stay above $37,500. They predict Bitcoin could trade at around $36,300 by mid-December, citing high volatility as the main reason.
Some analysts believe Bitcoin’s popularity may decrease in favor of other altcoins.
However, Bitcoin bulls expect more gains, pointing to the rising popularity of its Ordinals NFT project.
Some market experts predict even more gains leading to the April halving event.
Some enthusiasts forecast Bitcoin to break above $38,000 by Dec. 15.
In other news, on Nov. 20, BlackRock discussed its application for a spot Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) with SEC officials.
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