New Indicators Point to Bitcoin Sell-off Slow Down As Bitcoin recovers from recent lows of $43,500, new indicators have shown that the sell-off may be slowing down. SOPR dips in “full reset” For the first time since September 2020, the SOPR (Spent Output Profit Ratio) indicator dipped below 1. This indicator, which tracks the variation
Bitcoin has finally begun to move higher after much consolidation over the past week. The cryptocurrency trades for $36,000, having moved 3% higher in the past day. The cryptocurrency is likely preparing for a stronger breakout, analysts say. Bitcoin Jack shared that Bitcoin is on the verge of breaking past two key resistance levels on
Bitcoin fell extremely hard over the weekend and into Monday after reaching $42,000 last week. The cryptocurrency’s drop came as the U.S. dollar index bounced around 0.7%. The recovery taking place now also coincided with a drop in the U.S. dollar index. Analysts say that it’s important to keep an eye on this market moving
Bitcoin faced an extremely steep correction on Sunday and Monday after last week’s surge to new all-time highs. The cryptocurrency fell as low as $30,000 after peaking at $42,000 last week. A large portion of Bitcoin’s drop was apparently a byproduct of Coinbase’s downtime, Willy Woo says. Monday’s Bitcoin Correction Bitcoin faced an extremely steep
Bitcoin faced an extreme correction earlier today. Over the span of 12 hours, the cryptocurrency plunged from the $41,000 region to lows on spot exchanges close to $34,000 and lows on futures exchanges close to $35,000. BTC lost over 15% over the span of this rally. The cryptocurrency has since bounced swiftly to the upside,
Bitcoin remains up over 100% in the past six weeks despite the ongoing correction. Many think that BTC will continue higher in the weeks ahead. One market economist is bearish on Bitcoin, though. He says that the cryptocurrency is likely extremely overvalued at current valuations, arguing that it could be the biggest bubble in markets
Bitcoin trades at $33,950 as of this article’s writing. The cryptocurrency traded above $34,000 just minutes ago and is attempting to consolidate around the current price points. This rally comes despite a strong drop earlier on Saturday that took the BTC price as low as $30,000 on top exchanges. Bitcoin Shoots to $34,000 Bitcoin’s price
Bitcoin moves past $23,500 for the first time ever after moving to $30,000 on new year’s day. BTC is now up by over 10% in the past 24 hours, pushing the altcoin market higher. There are a number of supply-demand factors accentuating this rally. Analysts think that the market may be nearing a blow-off top.
Bitcoin has enjoyed an extremely strong rally over the past few months that has brought it from the $10,000 region to $29,000. Since the start of the year, the cryptocurrency is up even more. While many investors are already up on their investment in BTC, there are still expectations of upside on a macro scale.
Bitcoin careened to another record high on Wednesday amid concerns about this year’s huge stimulus packages. The flagship cryptocurrency continued to attract capital from investors that view it as a hedge against fiat devaluation and inflation. On Tuesday, SkyBridge Capital investment revealed that it had invested about $182 million in Bitcoin ahead of its proprietary
Bitcoin has undergone an extreme rally over the past three months, pushing to $28,000. BTC now trades for $26,500 even after a slight correction. Analysts believe that there will be a tidal wave of capital entering the cryptocurrency space that will boost prices even more. Bitcoin Could Get Hit By Tidal Wave of Capital Bitcoin
Bitcoin has undergone an extreme rally over recent months, pushing to $28,000. Some fear that a pullback is starting to brew as the market shows signs of being overbought on a technical basis. Vijay Ayyar, head of business development with crypto exchange Luno in Singapore, recently said that he thinks the market is “close to
Bitcoin has undergone an extreme rally since the October lows, pushing from $11,000 to $27,800 as of this article’s writing. Tim Draper thinks that BTC could hit $250,000 in the coming two years. Bitcoin Could Ten X From Here Bitcoin has undergone an extreme rally since the October lows, pushing from $11,000 to $27,800 as
Bitcoin’s rally has been marked by strong accumulation by long-term holders. The number of BTC on exchanges has decreased strongly in recent months, despite the rally. Analysts think that this can be attributed to institutional players buying Bitcoin for the long haul. These investments are expected to drive BTC higher over time as the supply
Bitcoin is flashing a Head and Shoulder following its downside correction from the record high of $24,300. Bitcoin Bearish Reversal The bearish pattern forms when an asset develops forms three peaks, with the middle one longer than the others. Meanwhile, all the peaks receive support from the same neckline support, sloping upward, downward, or sideways.
Bitcoin has undergone an extremely strong rally over the past few weeks and months that has brought it from $10,000 to $24,000. The leading cryptocurrency currently trades for $23,000 after a slight correction. Analysts say that there is a “perfect storm” of demand trends for Bitcoin that has enabled this extremely strong rally. Bitcoin Rally
BTC continues to be accumulated by Grayscale, a leading digital asset fund manager. It was noted that the firm’s leading Bitcoin Trust added 12,319 BTC to its coffers in a single day. Bitcoin Continues to Be Accumulated by Grayscale Bitcoin continues to be accumulated by Grayscale, a leading digital asset fund manager. Kevin Rooke, a
Bitcoin has begun to show signs of weaknesses after a crazy rally from $11,000 to $24,000. The drop has made some suggest that a strong move lower is on its way. But on a near-term basis, not everyone is convinced that Bitcoin is done rallying just yet. Bitcoin Isn’t Poised to Crash, Say Some Analysts
Bitcoin is continuing to thrust higher, pushing to nearly $22,000 a handful of minutes ago. The leading cryptocurrency currently trades for $21,700 after a slight correction. Analysts think that this rally is being driven by institutional players. Bitcoin Nearly Pushes to $22,000 Bitcoin is continuing to thrust higher despite fears that there were some whales
The cryptocurrency space was rocked with the news last week that MicroStrategy would be purchasing an additional stash of Bitcoin. The firm will be purchasing $650 million worth of BTC. This means, according to data compiled by Messari, that the firm may soon own upwards of 0.4% of all Bitcoin circulating. MicroStrategy Confirms Impending Purchase