61% of the Bitcoin supply has stayed in the same place for a year or more — the only time that happened was before its all-time highs.
The price of Bitcoin is likely to head to the $7,000s. But, it may be the last dip below $10,000 for BTC, says one on-chain data analyst.
A classic Fibonacci retracement could land BTC/USD at $6,300 or lower and still not disturb the long-term trend.
The S&P 500 is in danger of a major crash in the event of a daily close below 3,000 points, warns Tone Vays as data shows Bitcoin is 95% correlated.
Price performance tends to flip bullish four months after peak whale withdrawals from exchanges — and the next cycle is almost here, data shows.
Stock markets settling provides the background to a calmer status quo for Bitcoin, but upcoming events could soon change the mood.
The U.S.’ latest national debt landmark comes as Bitcoin circles $10,000 and puts the cryptocurrency’s digital scarcity back in the spotlight.
BTC/USD is “perfectly” repeating its run-up to all-time highs in 2013, price analysis reveals, despite mixed feelings about 2020’s outlook.
The price of Bitcoin can reach $100,000 and remain stable there if $90 million worth of BTC is absorbed every day.
Bitcoin’s Miner Outflow Multiple shows that buoyant miners are keeping their coins and weaker players have none left to sell, argues Tuur Demeester.