The past 12 hours have been positive for both Bitcoin and Ethereum. The two largest cryptocurrencies by market cap have risen more than 6% in value. Still, some analysts think that this is still not a confirmation that a positive short-term trend is coming.
The quick recovery was actually a correction which made the Bitcoin price climb to $6,445 and the price of Ether, the native cryptocurrency of Ethereum, to reach $295 (at press time).
Ether, which plunged by nearly 20% two days ago, has been in a stronger movement than Bitcoin and increased from $250 to $295 in less than 24 hours. Investors think that moving above $300 is the crucial level that ETH needs to secure right now. For Bitcoin, they believe that going anywhere near $6,700 will be a confirmation that a positive short-term trend is on its way.
Willy Woo is one of the investors and analysts who were right about the price of Bitcoin dropping below the $6,000 mark since May this year. As he recently stated, the market will likely experience another drop before the next mid-term rally.
Woo said that Bitcoin will test the $6,000 support level in the near future, even if it recovers beyond the $7,000 mark. As he stated:
“Leveraged short positions now near all time high. Anyone got a spare $35m in their trade account? Should be enough to trigger all those stops for a payday.”
Based on Woo’s analysis, a new drop would be a likely scenario for Bitcoin and the entire crypto market, before a proper rally comes on the way. This is mainly due to the lack of momentum, volume, and stability in the market.
Arthur Hayes, the CEO of BitMEX, has expressed his thoughts on the future of Ethereum, naming it a “sh*tcoin” and predicting “double-digit price levels” soon – mostly because of the market and its inability to support a huge spike with the current price trends.
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