3 potential bullish catalysts for Ethereum price in June
As of June 1, Ether (ETH) has dipped by more than 40% after establishing a record high of $4,384 in May.
The major move downhill in the world's second-largest cryptocurrency by market cap has prompted many analysts to predict additional declines. For instance, Clem Chambers, chief executive of financial analytics portal ADFVN.com, sees the recent plunge as reminiscent of the beginning of 2018's crypto crash that preceded a 24,000%-plus bull run.
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