Cooler heads are requiring a cumulative deep breath and an action back to see the long-lasting outlook for the future of Bitcoin (BTC) rate and the larger crypto market, however today’s hang back under $56,000 is raising eyebrows amongst traders.
Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView reveals that after beginning the week near $60,000, a number of days of bears hammering the rate of Bitcoin led to a review to $55,600.
Here’s what experts need to state about the most recent rate action from Bitcoin and what to keep an eye out for in the days ahead.
Keep an eye on the month-to-month close
A closer take a look at the month-to-month rate action for Bitcoin was talked about by independent market expert ‘Rekt Capital’, who posted the following chart revealing that BTC is close to recovering an essential month-to-month close level near $58,728.
According to Rekt Captial, the rate action for BTC has actually been “promising” so far and is now “really close to reclaiming this monthly level as support (green),” however the analys warned that there might still be lots of volatility in the near term as the marketplace liquidates the month of November.
Rekt Capital stated,
“But it’s important to note that BTC could still easily see-saw like this for the remainder of the month. Monthly close is what matters.”
Mt. Gox trustee to disperse 145,000 BTC
Insight into the possible factors behind the pullback was used by David Lifchitz, handling partner and primary financial investment officer at ExoAlpha, who indicated the Nov. 16 statement that the trustee of Mt. Gox that will disperse around 145,000 BTC to retail financiers who had actually bought them on the exchange in between 2013 and 2015.
Lifchitz highlighted issues some have that a number of these “mommy ‘n pop investors” who stand to “receive a windfall in the near future” due to BTC being 100 times higher than their original purchase price “will probably cash them out at any price, which will probably hit pretty hard the market when the news of the effective distribution will break.”
As for now, Lifchitz feels that “the selloff seems to be over at the $57,000 to $58,000 support level,” and looks “ready to reach again toward $63,000 and above in the next few days.”
But caution is warranted moving forward, according to Lifchitz, as the threat of a future sell-off once the Mt. Gox BTC are released.
“However, that Mt.Gox is a Damocles sword above the market’s head, and I don’t see BTC going to $100,000 next month with that threat hanging. Whales have been holding tight, but haven’t bought much more. I guess they are well aware of the Mt.Gox upcoming drama and are waiting to load up on the potential upcoming huge dip. Now once the Mt.Gox hurdle will be cleared, Bitcoin will have a clear path to reach new highs, barring some crazy regulations that could spoil the party.”
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Historical analysis suggests Bitcoin price may have bottomed
A final bit of insight was offered by analyst and pseudonymous Twitter user ‘TechDev’ who posted the following charts comparing the 2017 rate action for Bitcoin with the present market.
According to TechDev, the present correction is “following 2017’s mid-Nov to near perfection” with the “only minor difference” being “a break of the 50-day simple moving average (SMA).”
“We may not have bottomed, but it is close. Everything I am seeing suggests a high probability the next 5-15 weeks will be massive (including BTC and alt mania).”
The general cryptocurrency market cap now stands at $2.51 trillion and Bitcoin’s supremacy rate is 41.9%.
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