The crypto money market has a structure that can easily be affected by rumors, news, and public reactions. The term FOMO (fear of opportunity) and FUD (fear, uncertainty, doubt) comes from this structure. Frank Chaparro is a famous journalist among Krypto money users. The famous crypto journalist Frank Chaparro has discussed the latest situation in the monetary sector. Chaparro’s views are of interest to most investors.…
“Traditional media is now interested in the crypto sector.”
Also known as Frankie scoops, the famous journalist, crypto is famous for announcing the latest news in the field of money. According to Chaparro, crypto market and Blockchain technology have gained significant value in traditional media items by following the distance it has recorded in recent years. For mainstream media elements such as television channels, distributed notebook technology or altcoin prices are more important.
When it comes to the old media, I think that journalists are really just about the price, and how traditional institutions look at this area. Until a year ago, most of the stories had something to do with price or culture. This has changed, and I think too much old media is really interested in this, and I think technology trading has chosen different topics from others.
Frank Chaparro is watching Bitcoin ETFs
Chaparro continues to talk about Bitcoin ETFs. Chaparro says the ETF problem is overrated. He does not deny that Bitcoin ETFs are of special importance for the future of the ecosystem, but Chaparro claims that it is not important.
Chaparro is aware of the potential implications of a Bitcoin ETF. However, according to the famous name, there is a more important issue that users should understand before ETF. Chaparro points out that in our day-to-day lives, the adoption of crypto currencies and the use of reputable currencies are more important.
“The ETFs are obsessed, ” said the famous crypto journalist Frank Chaparro.”
Also, Chaparro says ETFs are obsessed, adding to their explanation::
I think ETF is important for the industry, but it’s not important for the price. I think it doesn’t matter for the price. I thought about it, and I thought it might have a big impact… … on the projects that ordinary people need to understand, or we need to tell them. The obstacle we need to make a revolution is not an ETF, but a mass adoption. I think if an ETF is approved tomorrow, maybe the price will rise a little, but I think everything will fall later. Because you will think: now, normal investors can access this market.