Close - isn't it ?
I think there is a slight difference though because the Nasdaq was a huge, liquid market, the "Buy on dippers" weren't able to hold it up, whereas in BTC the "Whales" have a really quite illiquid market they are stuck with selling into ! Therefore they need to try to avoid a panic - by just selling a little at a time while keeping the "News" and "Sentiment" good(ish), so the "Punters" don't panic and stop buying !
Even now we see them saying "My investments are all in the red - shall I buy now or wait for it to drop some more ? "
I reckon it could take them a long time to unload fully. Meanwhile they have to keep giving the Punters some "hope" - just to stop the buyers from drying up - or worse still, unloading themselves !
Interesting one to watch though, to see how they do manage to solve the problem.