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MENDELU Working Papers in Business and Economics

@inproceedings{Martiek2016MENDELUWP,
  title={MENDELU Working Papers in Business and Economics},
  author={Mat{\'u}{\vs} Marti{\vc}ek},
  year={2016}
}
Jaroslav Bukovina and Matúš Martiček: Sentiment and Bitcoin volatility This paper augments the current research suggesting the less rational factors like attractiveness of Bitcoin and speculative investments to be influential for excessive volatility. In particular, it examines the sentiment as a driver of Bitcoin volatility. The paper contributes with economic rationale about a link between sentiment and Bitcoin. Further, the authors propose a unique decomposition of Bitcoin price to rational… Expand

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