Bitcoin recently suffered one of its biggest monthly drops on record in May. The price of the digital asset crashed all the way from a mid-April high over $64,000, to $30,000 by late May – dragging many cryptocurrencies and cryptocurrency stocks down with it. That was followed by a quick rebound to $40,000, and since then, prices have been stuck in the $30,000-$40,000 range.
The volatility in Bitcoin – and by proxy, cryptocurrency stocks – this year has rekindled excitement in retail investors in a way it hasn’t since the digital coin last peaked in 2017.
Professional investors, billionaires and