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Bitcoin's dramatic price surge in 2017 that saw it reach record highs was caused by a single cryptocurrency trader, according to a new study. University of Texas Professor John Griffin and Ohio State Assistant Professor Amin Shams claim their latest research of bitcoin transactions between March 2017 and March 2018 shows that bitcoin was manipulated through large-volume trades that drove the price up."This one large player or entity either exhibited clairvoyant market timing or exerted an extremely large price impact on bitcoin that is not observed in aggregate flows from other smaller traders," the academics wrote in a paper, which was shared with Bloomberg ahead of its publication in the Journal of Finance. On 3 January, 2009, the genesis block of bitcoin appeared. It came less than a year after the pseudonymous creator Satoshi Nakamoto detailed the cryptocurrency in a paper titled 'Bitcoin: A peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System'Bitcoin soon gained notoriety for its use on the dark web. The Silk Road marketplace, established in 2011, was the first of hundreds of sites to offer illegal drugs and services in exchange for bitcoin The world's biggest bitcoin exchange, Mt Gox, filed for bankruptcy in February 2014 after losing almost 750,000 of its customers bitcoins. At the time, this was around 7 per cent of all bitcoins and the market inevitably crashed This year bitcoin's price has risen steadily and it is currently trading at around ,300, having briefly reached above ,000 in June. It remains prone to sudden swings in price, which some attribute to market manipulation by so-called bitcoin whales that are able to influence the price through a single trade. A flash crash that wiped S,000 from bitcoin's value in less than an hour was triggered by the sale of 5,000 bitcoins - worth around million at the time of the trade. It remains a long way off its 2017 highs, though some market analysts believe its upward trajectory will likely continue in the long term. Some advocates even believe bitcoin is still a long way from reaching its full price potential, with figures like John Mc Afee and Tim Draper arguing that its scarcity means it could grow more than 25-fold in value over the next few years. Mr Mc Afee, who founded the eponymous antivirus firm, is even more bullish in his forecast, having recently stood by his notorious prediction that bitcoin would hit S million by the end of 2020. A website set up to track his prediction shows that it is currently more than 90 per cent behind being on track. Bitcoin's dramatic price surge in 2017 that saw it reach record highs was caused by a single cryptocurrency trader, according to a new study. University of Texas Professor John Griffin and Ohio State Assistant Professor Amin Shams claim their latest research of bitcoin transactions between March 2017 and March 2018 shows that bitcoin was manipulated through large-volume trades that drove the price up."This one large player or entity either exhibited clairvoyant market timing or exerted an extremely large price impact on bitcoin that is not observed in aggregate flows from other smaller traders," the academics wrote in a paper, which was shared with Bloomberg ahead of its publication in the Journal of Finance. On 3 January, 2009, the genesis block of bitcoin appeared. It came less than a year after the pseudonymous creator Satoshi Nakamoto detailed the cryptocurrency in a paper titled 'Bitcoin: A peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System'Bitcoin soon gained notoriety for its use on the dark web. The Silk Road marketplace, established in 2011, was the first of hundreds of sites to offer illegal drugs and services in exchange for bitcoin The world's biggest bitcoin exchange, Mt Gox, filed for bankruptcy in February 2014 after losing almost 750,000 of its customers bitcoins. At the time, this was around 7 per cent of all bitcoins and the market inevitably crashed This year bitcoin's price has risen steadily and it is currently trading at around ,300, having briefly reached above ,000 in June. It remains prone to sudden swings in price, which some attribute to market manipulation by so-called bitcoin whales that are able to influence the price through a single trade. A flash crash that wiped S,000 from bitcoin's value in less than an hour was triggered by the sale of 5,000 bitcoins - worth around million at the time of the trade. It remains a long way off its 2017 highs, though some market analysts believe its upward trajectory will likely continue in the long term. Some advocates even believe bitcoin is still a long way from reaching its full price potential, with figures like John Mc Afee and Tim Draper arguing that its scarcity means it could grow more than 25-fold in value over the next few years. Mr Mc Afee, who founded the eponymous antivirus firm, is even more bullish in his forecast, having recently stood by his notorious prediction that bitcoin would hit S million by the end of 2020. A website set up to track his prediction shows that it is currently more than 90 per cent behind being on track.

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