Bitcoin's current market structure is similar to its setup before reaching its all-time high in November 2021, suggesting a potential bullish trajectory for the leading cryptocurrency, according to crypto expert Credible Crypto, who believes a breakout from the accumulation range could lead to a 120% rally and new all-time highs this year. However, a drop below $24.8k would invalidate this prediction.
Bitcoin (BTC) faces uncertainty and fear in the market as it struggles to recover from a 10% crash, with short-term holders experiencing increasing unrealized losses and on-chain transactions setting multiyear highs. Traders are cautious about the outlook, but historical patterns and upcoming events, such as the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium, may provide opportunities for recovery.
Bitcoin's recent correction and retracement of gains linked to BlackRock's BTC ETF application indicate weakness in the market, prompting one crypto trader to stay on the sidelines until Bitcoin either reclaims $30,000 or experiences a major collapse, while also noting that trader sentiment currently favors altcoins.
Bitcoin (BTC) remained stagnant around the $26,000 mark despite being heavily oversold, leading to concerns about a potential lower low and a decline to sub $20,000 levels, although some analysts are hopeful for a V-shaped recovery and a return to focus on $26,500.
Bitcoin and Ether rose over 3% to reach their highest prices in a week, while Solana, NEAR, Cardano, Polkadot, and Binance's altcoins also experienced gains, following a surge in traditional markets; however, experts predict that the downtrend in digital assets may continue for the next few weeks.
Bitcoin and altcoins are currently in a ranging market, with uncertainty about the next directional move, making it advisable to wait for a breakout before placing large bets.
Bitcoin has made a significant move upwards, approaching $27,000 after days of stagnation, although other cryptocurrencies such as SOL, ADA, TON, and MKR have outperformed it.
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are on the rise, driven by an optimistic market sentiment and positive earnings from Nvidia.
Bitcoin remains on track for a massive bull cycle despite recent price decline, as indicated by broader indicators of its price patterns and the use of logarithmic growth curves. The 200-week moving average is seen as less significant as a key price support level for Bitcoin, and the analyst is also looking for an entry point for Ethereum.
Crypto analyst Michaël van de Poppe believes that Ethereum's current price dip could be due to Bitcoin's upcoming halving, and suggests that BTC may follow the path of commodities, while naming certain altcoins, including ARB, OP, INJ, SUI, PEPE, and DOGE, that he's keeping an eye on.
Following Bitcoin's recent price fluctuations and failure to meet short-term bullish expectations, the altcoin market is expected to have a substantial recovery rally in the coming week, with Ethereum, Litecoin, and Shiba Inu potentially leading the way.
Bitcoin (BTC) is showing signs of strength on the daily and weekly charts, with classic bullish divergence on the daily chart and hidden bullish divergence on the weekly chart, according to crypto analyst Credible Crypto.
The cryptocurrency market has experienced a recent decline in prices, particularly for Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Dogecoin, leading to concerns among traders and investors. Despite this, there is optimism surrounding the performance of the top 5 altcoins (DOGE, SHIB, SFP, OCEAN, FET) in the coming weeks, with AI-driven projects generating hype and potential gains.
Bitcoin experienced a dip in price after the U.S. Federal Reserve Chair hinted at the possibility of an interest rate hike, but an on-chain indicator suggests that Bitcoin is undervalued and presents a good opportunity for long positions in the coming week.
Bitcoin (BTC) dropped below $26,000 as bearish sentiment and lack of new catalysts weighed on the market, with major tokens like XRP, ADA, and SOL also experiencing a downtrend, while traditional markets saw gains.
A potential relief rally in the stock market is expected to start the week, but the upside is limited due to uncertainties about interest rates and the recent volatility, according to a Wall Street technician. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite have experienced pullbacks, but a relief rally may be possible in the near term. However, the long-term trend remains uncertain, and the risk of a downturn in the financial system is elevated.
Former Goldman Sachs executive Raoul Pal believes that Bitcoin may be on the verge of a massive rally, based on the historical volatility of the cryptocurrency dropping below 20, a level that has preceded significant price increases in the past. Pal also notes that Bitcoin's Bollinger Bands, a volatility indicator, are the tightest they have ever been, further indicating the potential for a strong upward movement. Ethereum is also highlighted as trading within a bullish pattern despite recent market corrections.
A trader predicts that Bitcoin will reach a new all-time high before the end of 2023, with the possibility of a 157% rally from the current level.
Bitcoin (BTC) continues to experience losses as the "Grayscale hype" disappears and selling pressure remains strong, with predictions of further downside to around $23,000 and a potential relief rally topping out at $27,200, while U.S. dollar strength adds to the pressure on BTC price.
A blue-chip altcoin, Chainlink (LINK), may experience a bullish rally based on various analytics, while whales and sharks have accumulated $71 million worth of Maker (MKR) tokens, and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) has seen a price rebound, according to Santiment.
Bitcoin is likely to experience a deep corrective move in September, with a potential drop of over 10% from current levels, according to crypto strategist Benjamin Cowen, who also suggests that the altcoin markets may see a resurgence next year due to a confluence of macro tailwinds.
Some altcoins like OKB, Ocean Protocol (OCEAN), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), and Toncoin (TON) show potential for bullish trends in September, with OKB potentially hitting a new all-time high at $72.10. However, a breakdown in the support areas could result in bearish trends for these cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin (BTC) closed the week below $26,000, with traders closely monitoring the $25,900 level as a potential support zone to determine future price movements. There is a possibility of Bitcoin entering a bearish scenario with sub-$20,000 levels, but a bullish revival above $26,000 is considered less likely.
Crypto analyst Altcoin Sherpa believes that altcoin CyberConnect (CYBER) is not done rallying, despite a recent correction, and predicts it may eventually reach $17, representing a potential upside of over 132% from current prices.
Altcoins could potentially rally ahead of the Bitcoin halving, according to cryptocurrency analyst Michaël van de Poppe, who believes that the Bitcoin dominance chart suggests a surge in altcoin value rather than a downward market. Van de Poppe is also bullish on Ethereum against Bitcoin, predicting a rise in ETH/BTC to 0.06992 BTC.
Bitcoin (BTC) has remained stagnant below $26,000, with investors waiting for further developments in the cryptocurrency market and the wider economy, while Ether (ETH) is expected to outperform BTC in September and October due to the potential approval of the first ether ETF in mid-October. Additionally, SOMA Finance plans to sell tokens that represent a financial interest, addressing the criticism that crypto tokens lack equity or debt claims. Binance continues to dominate the crypto market as the leading exchange.
Despite the recent downturn in the crypto market, a key Bitcoin metric shows that 95% of the existing supply of Bitcoin has not moved in the past 30 days, indicating strong holding behavior and potential for a price rally with a buy-side catalyst.
Bitcoin (BTC) remains near a key long-term trendline as the U.S. dollar strengthens, with market participants predicting further downside for BTC and altcoins.
Bitcoin's weak performance and its potential "double top" structure raise concerns of more downside, with predictions of new local lows; however, there are indications that Bitcoin may experience a major shakeout before rebounding to "fair value" and the 200-week EMA near $25,600 may offer some optimism; debate ensues over the possibility of Bitcoin filling the $20,000 CME futures gap; liquidity levels on BTC/USD markets continue to increase, adding to bearish predictions; ahead of the Federal Reserve meeting, the United States Consumer Price Index (CPI) data release on September 14 brings potential volatility to the market and may impact crypto market expectations.
Bitcoin (BTC) experienced a short squeeze, leading to a rally in prices and a decline in open interest in futures and perpetual swaps trading. However, the lack of immediate bullish catalysts may cap the price recovery.
Bitcoin's recent dip below $25,000 is seen by some as a buying opportunity, but the low amount of BTC changing hands and the risks associated with a potential price increase suggest otherwise.
Despite the overall bearish trend, crypto strategist Benjamin Cowen believes Bitcoin could see occasional rallies, following the recent death cross formation, with three potential scenarios playing out, including a possible 12% increase from the current level.
Bitcoin (BTC) reached new September highs as markets reacted positively to macroeconomic and crypto industry news, with the cryptocurrency trading at around $26,300, up 5.5% from its September lows; traders have expressed optimism about Bitcoin's recent performance and potential future breakout if a Bitcoin spot price ETF is approved by U.S. regulators in the coming months, while some remain cautious and predict a potential relief rally before a further decline in on-chain volume.
Bitcoin (BTC) consolidated higher on September 15 as analysts described recent price behavior as "textbook," with hopes of a potential bullish breakout and the possibility of avoiding new lows.
A crypto analyst has shared a "cheatsheet" for predicting Bitcoin price movements ahead of the next halving, suggesting that BTC's current prices are within the expected pre-halving range and that a post-halving rally is likely.
Enterprise-focused altcoin VeChain experiences a surge in value following its listing on Coinbase, rising 17.8% in one day, with its associated gas token VeThor also increasing by 85% after the news.
The recent Bitcoin rally is expected to lead to a much larger upswing, potentially reaching $5,000 to $10,000 within a couple of weeks, according to a crypto strategist.
Bitcoin has the potential to rally and reach a new high in 2023, according to an analyst, who also states that the current price action looks constructive after a period of downward trend.
Bitcoin (BTC) shows optimism as it starts the week with the first green weekly candle in over a month, with price strength improving and network fundamentals reaching new records, while traders await the U.S. Federal Reserve's interest rate decision for potential volatility.
Bitcoin, ethereum, BNB, and XRP have experienced a strong price rally in 2023, but a small cryptocurrency has surpassed them, while the Federal Reserve's interest rate decisions could impact the bitcoin price.
Bitcoin attempted a rally, reaching its highest price in three weeks, but quickly faced selling pressure, while the broader crypto market saw modest gains; attention turns to the US Federal Reserve's policy meeting for potential impact on monetary policy.
Bitcoin (BTC) experienced a slight decrease in price after predictions of reaching $20,000 resurfaced, with market participants anticipating a "slow grind" to $28,500.
Bitcoin (BTC) has shown remarkable stability above the $26,000 level despite sell-offs in equity markets and a surging US dollar, potentially signaling a bullish cycle as long-term investors continue to accumulate.