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Cryptocurrency enthusiasts have been caught up in a frenzy over the possibility of a Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF). This week, the hype reached new heights as speculation and predictions flooded social media and caused fluctuations in crypto prices.

The excitement was dampened on Wednesday when a report from Matrixport, a digital asset manager, predicted that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) would reject all spot Bitcoin ETF applications in January. This caused a sharp decline in the price of Bitcoin, which dropped over 7% and fell below $42,000 in just a few hours. It is clear that the market is closely watching any news related to the ETF, as this financial product would connect over $14 trillion of the U.S. economy to Bitcoin.

However, experts were quick to dismiss the Matrixport report, calling it flawed and based on unreliable sources. They remained confident that a Bitcoin ETF will be approved this month. This reassurance caused Bitcoin to bounce back to its previous levels.

As the market was trying to recover from the news, rumors began circulating that the SEC was set to approve its first Bitcoin ETF on Friday. This gave hope to many in the crypto community, but unfortunately, the SEC had no announcements to make. This left many disappointed and facing another weekend of uncertainty.

The ETF fever has taken over the crypto world and it seems that the excitement won’t die down until a decision is made. With so much at stake, it is no wonder that the market is closely following every development related to the ETF. However, it is important to remember that rumors and speculation should be taken with a grain of salt, and ultimately, the decision lies in the hands of the SEC.

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