Bitcoin rally could already happen next month, says analyst
An analyst created a new Bitcoin price model based on historical data and predicts that the next run is about to happen.
Mon, 29 Jun 2020, 14:33 pm UTC
The price of Bitcoin has been fluctuating somewhere between $9,000 and $9,200 lately. But a well-known cryptocurrency analyst, who has developed a new BTC pricing model based on historical data, believes that a bull market is in the offing.
And it could happen as soon as a month from now. Bitcoin analyst Willy Woo posted told his more than a hundred thousand followers on Twitter that his new BTC pricing model suggests that the crypto is close to “another bullish run” which might already happen next month, Bitcoin.com reported.
In February, BTC was trading at around $10,000. But the price quickly dropped and eventually reached as low as $3,600 on BitMEX due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, according to Cointelegraph.
Woo said that Bitcoin was already poised for a bull run before the coronavirus pandemic dragged the markets down. But the analyst believes that the health crisis merely postponed the cryptocurrency’s upward trajectory and his new mode suggests that BTC is on the verge of another upswing.
“This is a new model I'm working on, it picks the start of exponential bull runs,” Willy Woo captioned a chart that he uploaded on Twitter. “1) Bitcoin was setting up for a bullish run until the COVID white swan killed the party. 2) This model suggests we are close to another bullish run. Maybe another month to go.”
Bitcoin’s relatively low volatility lately is actually a good thing. “The longer this bull market takes to wind up, the higher the peak price (Top Cap model),” the analyst explained. “A long sideways accumulation band is ultimately a good thing.”
As expected, not everyone agrees with Woo’s analysis and price prediction. “Technical analysis doesn’t work with BTC,” Adam Bornstein commented. “There are too many exchanges with too thin volume, too many [arbitrage] opportunities, and too much noise built into every move.”
But Woo stood his ground and defended his prediction against Bornstein’s criticism. “I’d agree with you for intra-week moves, but this chart is 8 [years] of macro, where organic investment takes precedence,” the analyst responded to Bornstein’s comments.
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