ETHUSDT 4h ETH Merge countdown, where price will go ?

WHITEBIT:ETHUSDT   Ethereum / Tether US
Taking into account the information hype surrounding the Ethereum Merges transition from PoW to PoS in 16 hours it is difficult to predict where the ETHUSDT price will start to move after the transition.

It is predicted that the annual emission of ETH will amount to only 0.3%, and a significant decrease in the market supply affects the growth of the price according to the laws of economics.

On the other hand, we have the original, historically 1st created Ethereum Classic, to which miners are increasingly switching. Investors' attention may switch from ETH to ETC, because the hashrate has grown by more than 500% since the beginning of the year, and the ETCUSDT price has increased 3 times in just 3 months, and this is in the current sluggish market.

For us, two options are likely, which we have shown on the chart, we can only wait and watch.
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The contest will end in an hour before The Merge (we marked it on the chart)

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