What Goes Up……: modelling the Bitcoin rollercoaster ride

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Li, Y. 2024. What Goes Up……: modelling the Bitcoin rollercoaster ride. ELEKTRO 2024: 15th International Conference. Zakopane, Poland 20 - 22 May 2024 IEEE.
AuthorsLi, Y.
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Cryptocurrencies have attracted increasing attention worldwide. Cryptocurrency assets are likely to remain a viable choice for the public in long term. In this paper, the modelling of cryptocurrency price is explored in Bitcoin bubbles prior to and during the COVID-19 pandemic. As shown here, it is necessary and possible to understand the dynamics in plausible proxy variables. A similar methodology could be deployed in other situations where market bubbles occur.

KeywordsCryptocurrency; Bitcoin; Dynamic; Modelling; Proxy Variable; Time Series
Year2024
ConferenceELEKTRO 2024: 15th International Conference
PublisherIEEE
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