Samson Mow Rallies Bitcoin Investors During Market Dump

Amid a Bitcoin price dip, Samson Mow contrasts BTC’s dwindling supply with the abundance of global capital, suggesting the long-term outlook is intact.

Samson Mow hipnotising with Bitcoin.
Created by Kornelija Poderskytė from DailyCoin
  • Bitcoin sinks to $67,000 support, triggering bearish sentiment.
  • Samson Mow reminds Bitcoiners of the long-term investment proposition.
  • Altcoins fare badly during the market dip.

Bitcoin experienced a 2.8% downswing on Tuesday, dropping to $67,000 and finding support at that level. The dip has triggered a wave of bearish market sentiment, with swirling fears of further price drops to come.


Despite the negativity, Jan3 CEO Samson Mow took to X to remind Bitcoin investors of the long-term, bigger picture that drove their initial investing thesis.

Bitcoin Takes a Tumble

As bearish sentiment took hold, Mow offered a compelling reminder to Bitcoin investors that despite market fluctuations, the wealth of global capital is poised to compete for the remaining 1.3 million unmined coins, and that BTC’s long-term investment proposition remained intact.

Bitcoin advocates assert that the cryptocurrency’s attributes, including its fixed supply, immutable ledger, and permissionless nature, offer a solution to the current broken financial system, where wealth inequality rules.

Investor Jelle took a similar view to Mow, stating “History does not usually repeat, but it often rhymes.” Jelle analyzed past price trends and concluded that current price action is moving similarly to 2017’s bull cycle, which culminated in a surge that took Bitcoin to a new $20,000 all-time high by December 2017.

Under a broken financial system of economic instability and mounting inflationary pressures, advocates argue that a substantial surge of global capital into Bitcoin is inevitable, ultimately favoring early investors.


Some say the signs of this capital influx have already arrived, pointing to the Wisconsin Pension Fund’s recent purchase of $164 million worth of spot Bitcoin ETFs, as well as persistent rumors of interest from sovereign wealth funds. Nonetheless, BTC’s short-term price action has struggled lately. 

Stuttering Price Performance

The $72,000 resistance zone has proven to be a stubborn level for Bitcoin, with the price being rejected by it on five occasions since April 8. The most recent failed attempt to break through this key hurdle came on June 7.

Bitcoin daily chart in USD showing draw down per Trading View.
BTCUSD daily chart per Trading View

Tuesday’s daily candle saw a 2.6% drawdown, leaving Bitcoin vulnerable to further drops below the $67,500 support zone.

Meanwhile, altcoins have fared much worse than Bitcoin, with most of the top 100 seeing significant sell-offs. The worst performers at the time of writing are Notcoin, Wormhole, and Ethena, down 12.5%, 12.4%, and 8.9%, respectively, over the past day at the time of writing.

On the Flipside

  • Bitcoin‘s value remains a fraction of gold‘s $15.6 trillion market cap.
  • Regulatory clarity and mainstream adoption could drive further capital inflows into Bitcoin.

Why This Matters

The scarcity narrative highlighted by Mow underscores Bitcoin’s value proposition as a limited and transparent asset in an era of unprecedented money printing and financial double-dealing.

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Samuel Wan

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