CNBCs Jim Cramer said Wednesday that hes growing stressed as the scarcity of sellers in bitcoin and other crypto possessions has actually reached a “messianic” minute.”Right now there are so numerous cult-assets– Coinbase, cryptocurrencies, meme stocks, non-fungible-tokens– that the real believers definitely refuse to sell,” the “Mad Money” host said. “Theyre dumping everything else they own instead whichs putting genuine pressure on the remainder of the market, and that is not a good sign.”The comments followed Wall Street welcomed the direct listing of Coinbase, the cryptocurrency exchange that leapt more than 30% in its market debut.Cramer, who is bullish on Coinbase, backed the company as the best play for shared funds looking for direct exposure to digital currency.However, messianic trading, which came to light through the Wall Street Bets crowds support of stocks like GameStop, is likewise bleeding into the crypto area, he stated.”Theres a friend in this market that seems to think its a sin to … sell anything at all due to the fact that owning stocks [or cryptocurrency] is a cause and selling implies youre betraying that cause,” Cramer stated. “Its beginning to make me question if some of these fans are on a psychological quarantine, particularly in their capability to neglect any sign that perhaps sufficient suffices.”The remarks come after a blended day of trading on Wall Street.The Dow Jones added about 53 points, or 0.15%, to close at 33,730.89. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite both slid less than 1%.

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