Bitcoin, the top cryptocurrency, reached a two-month low due to risk aversion in global markets triggered by concerns about China's economy and U.S. interest rates, as well as a report that Elon Musk's SpaceX sold its bitcoin holdings.
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 price reaches a 2-month low, but crypto analyst Michaël van de Poppe predicts a positive change in the future due to market cycle theories and the upcoming Bitcoin halving in 2024, potentially reaching a price of $50-55K pre-halving.
Cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin and Ethereum, experienced a rise in value as investors anticipated the Federal Reserve's annual meeting and Bitcoin attempted to reach $30,000.
Bitcoin might experience a period of stagnation followed by a potential peak at $200,000 by the end of 2025 or early 2026, according to a crypto analyst, although short-term prospects for Bitcoin appear challenging due to a comparison with the 1930s stock market and oversold condition.
Pantera Capital predicts that Bitcoin (BTC) will reach nearly $150,000 in its next four-year halving cycle, based on historical trends and the impact of previous halvings.
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 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.
Bitcoin's price, adjusted for inflation, has remained relatively static since reaching its all-time high of $20,000 in 2017, despite reaching as high as $69,000 in the meantime.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell cautions that inflation is still too high and hints at the possibility of raising interest rates further, leading to uncertainty in the markets; meanwhile, Pantera Capital predicts that Bitcoin could reach $35,000 by 2024 and potentially climb to $148,000.
Bitcoin (BTC) remained relatively unchanged this week with a price of around $26,000, while the crypto market saw developments such as increased Bitcoin mining difficulty, negative reports on Binance, and the integration of USD Coin (USDC) on multiple blockchains. Additionally, there were updates on regulations, legal matters, crimes, and NFTs.
The Federal Reserve's plan to raise interest rates could lead to increased sell pressure on Bitcoin, potentially pushing its price down to the $25,000 range, although the impact may be limited due to consolidation and caution among traders.
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.
Bitcoin (BTC) is holding steady above $27,000, buoyed by the 200-day exponential moving average (EMA), indicating a potential bottoming out and bullish price action despite bearish market predictions.
Bitcoin (BTC) is expected to retest long-term support at around $23,000, as on-chain data suggests that current levels may not hold the market up for long.
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 is forming a bearish double top pattern, similar to the one seen in 2021 before the cryptocurrency's collapse, and a breakdown is expected if it drops below $26,000 with increased volume, according to Rekt Capital.
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.
Bitcoin remains in a tight range between $25,800 and $26,000 after a recent price spike, as the SEC's delay in key ETF decisions dampens hopes of a long-term recovery in the market.
Deep-pocketed Bitcoin holders have accumulated over $1 billion worth of BTC in the last two weeks, while the number of investors holding at least 10 BTC has reached a three-year high; the growth in market caps of the top six stablecoins suggests a potential reversal in the crypto market.
Bitcoin continues to trade below $26,000, with the crypto market experiencing a sideways trend, while Deribit's options segment saw increased trading volume in August.
Bitcoin (BTC) could reach $35,000 by the end of 2023, according to veteran analyst Filbfilb, who also predicts a potential price dip to the low $20,000 range before a reversal in Q4 and a price target of $46,000 by the 2024 halving. He believes that altcoins like XRP and Dogecoin (DOGE) could perform well in the next cycle.
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 experienced volatility and a "short squeeze," resulting in new highs for September, punishing late traders chasing the market up and down, with short liquidations totaling $23.5 million on September 7.
Bitcoin is on the brink of a bearish breakdown, but there is a possibility that the $25,000 support level could hold, presenting a short-term buying opportunity for investors. The price action of the US dollar and on-chain data suggest that buyers could return soon, making the current situation potentially profitable for opening Bitcoin longs.
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.
Crypto veteran Arthur Hayes believes that Bitcoin (BTC) can rise in price regardless of the U.S. Federal Reserve's decision on interest rates due to the government's continued spending and the shift towards hard financial assets.
Bitcoin (BTC) price rises as market remains calm over Fed interest rate policy, with traders anticipating further gains.
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.
Bitcoin is showing strength and could reach $28,000 despite negative news, according to Altcoin Sherpa, a popular crypto trader, while cautioning about the downward trend of Ethereum rival Solana.
Bitcoin is predicted to reach a new all-time high before its next block subsidy halving and could potentially hit $250,000 per coin after the halving cycle begins, according to BitQuant.
Bitcoin stabilizes around $26,500 as it prepares for the upcoming FOMC meeting, with traders expecting the cryptocurrency to continue trading within the $25,000-$27,000 range in the short term.
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 (BTC) surpasses $27,000, while ether (ETH) holds support levels, but interest-rate decisions this week may bring downward pressure; overall market capitalization grows just 0.4% in the past 24 hours.
Bitcoin prices reached above $27,000 for the first time this month, with multiple cryptocurrencies experiencing broad gains, although the reason for the increase is unclear, and low liquidity may be contributing to volatility.
Bitcoin's market dominance rate has reached its strongest level in a month, rising to 50.2%, as risks rise for the rest of the cryptocurrency sector, while alternative cryptocurrencies may be on the brink of breaking lower.
Crypto strategist Credible Crypto suggests that Bitcoin could dip to around $24,900 but still remain on track for a bull market cycle, and he is closely monitoring Bitcoin options open interest as an indicator for the market bottom.
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.