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A bear trap is a form of market manipulation that can be carried out by wealthy investors working together to manipulate the price of an asset. By arranging to sell a large amount of an asset, like a cryptocurrency, at roughly the same time, a significant price drop occurs. This is intended to persuade other market participants to sell the same asset, resulting in a further price decline. Shortly afterwards, the initial sellers buy back in at a lower price, boosting the price upwards, only to then potentially sell the asset once again for more profit.




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Bonding curve smart contracts represent a method for nurturing balanced supply and demand. A bonding curve is a mathematical concept used to explain the relationship between the price and supply of an asset. Bonding-curve smart contracts allow selling to investors by calculating the token/coin price in an asset such as bitcoin (BTC) and issuing the asset after payment, while also allowing investors to retain the ability to buy the asset back. Through a bonding curve contract, when a user purchases an asset that is limited in quantity, each subsequent buyer must pay slightly more for the asset.


Capitulation refers to a drastic market downturn characterized by a period of strong selling activity, whereby investors might sell their holdings at an unprecedented rate to avoid further financial losses. Capitulation is sometimes referred to as panic selling. An example of capitulation on a longer time-frame in the crypto market is selling that took place after the price of bitcoin (BTC) reached an all-time high (ATH) of $20,000 USD in December of 2017 and subsequently crashed to $6,500 three months later. Shorter capitulations may be followed by an uptrend reversal in value.


A sell-off is a sudden, high-volume sale of a security or other asset which typically reduces the price of the relevant asset, at least in the short term. While there are a variety of reasons for why a sell-off may occur, in most instances sell-offs take place as a result of widespread market panic, either due to negative news or a black swan event, or coordinated market manipulation initiated by institutional investors or "whales."


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