Bitcoin (BTC)\u00a0has faced an extremely strong correction since it peaked at around $ 19,500. In recent days, the price has dropped more than $ 3,000. Over 15% has been removed from the price tag. Regarding the current situation of\u00a0Bitcoin,\u00a0Morgan Creek CEO Mark Yusko\u00a0claimed that investors focus on value, but speculators focus on price.\r\n\r\nAfter soaring to an all-time high of nearly $ 20,000, everyone focused on the possibility that Bitcoin would break a new record. But the sharp drop came unexpectedly. Bitcoin investors, analysts, and bitcoin bashers have all defended several opinions about the current situation. The leading cryptocurrency is even traded below $17,000 after a heavy correction on Thursday. Despite the current drops, it is believed that the leading cryptocurrency is in an undeniable bull market. In daily time frames, technical indicators such as the\u00a0RSI\u00a0hit the oversold conditions on record and jumped into a bull market in the weekly time frame.\r\n\r\nMark Yusko, chief investment officer, and general manager of\u00a0Morgan Creek Capital Management\u00a0commented on the current situation. He claimed that \u201cinvestors drive long term value, speculators drive current price.\u201d He said the motivation and time horizon for adopting Bitcoin determine whether investors are successful in this new asset class. In a Twitter thread about the recent wave of negative headlines, Yusko said that financial institutions are concerned about the impact of Bitcoin. So, they use all ways to slow the adoption of bitcoin. He continued that, consequently, this has been a lost strategy for centuries.\r\n\u201cWhen threatened, incumbents always turn to influence of governments to try and slow adoption of new technology through onerous regulation.\u201d\r\n\r\nInvestors Drive Long Term Value\r\nLately, unfavorable news has hit the market.\u00a0China\u00a0has seized more than $4.2 billion worth of crypto assets in its clampdown against the\u00a0Plustoken Ponzi\u00a0scheme. Then,\u00a0Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong\u00a0has predicted concerning speculation about the\u00a0US government\u00a0proposing strict crypto wallet regulations. In the meantime, by reacting to headlines, speculators seeking short-term exposure will continue to influence Bitcoin price. However,\u00a0Mark Yusko\u00a0believes that investors with a longer time horizon are more likely to succeed as Bitcoin\u2019s fundamental narrative strengthens:\r\n\u201cInvestors are long-term holders focused on Value & Speculators are short-term holders focused on Price.\u201d\r\nBitcoin holders are known for their low timing preferences. They are putting aside instant gratification for long-term gain. In this case, the \u201clong-term benefit\u201d is a paradigm shift in the way society understands money.\r\n\r\nRight now, the views are that it is too early to talk about a bear market.\u00a0 At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading around $ 17,208. According to\u00a0CoinMarketCap, the leading cryptocurrency has raised 2.69% in the past 24 hours.