One analyst named Tone Vays recently claimed that BTC may dip to lower regions before the halving event after which it is expected to visit new heights. According to Vays and his statement in the latest crypto news, BTC may dip below $7,000 before the mining reward halving.
“At the moment, I still see lower prices,” Vays noted in an interview with Block TV. “I still think we’re going to go lower than USD 7,000 before the halving. But after that, that would be the final secondary low. Hopefully it’ll be higher than the USD 3,000 low back in December. And then we can finally start a bull market after the halving.”
If the analyst is right, this means that BTC may dip and may drop pretty soon as the Bitcoin halving is expected to happen in May 2020. While the halving price has always been factored, there are still spikes. If the price of the most dominant coin falls, there will be another hype cycle going into the halving.
“It’s all about the proximinty of the halving and where the price is,” the analyst said when he told the media that BTC may dip lower.
Vays does not think that BTC will hit its all-time high in 2020 – in a year from now he sees it a bit over $10,000. Nonetheless, once the barrier of $20,000 is broken, $50,000 and $100,000 can follow “pretty quickly” but it won’t be next year he said.
The analyst also said that BTC may dip and that he was skeptical about BTC’s recent rally when it hit new heights. Many pressured and said that BTC will keep rising – but the analyst notes that he knew that the big run up was “caused by the exodus out of the old coin space, Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Ripple (XRP) – and eventually that stopped.
The latest Bitcoin news updates show that the leading cryptocurrency is below $8,200 and trading slowly. When it comes to external factors, the analyst said that Facebook’s “Libra is not a competitor to BTC” and China does not drive the market much.
“Maybe an ETF (exchange-traded fund) is actually coming. Things like that are very, very bullish for the space – the more comfortable traditional financial markets are with Bitcoin [and] the more regulated products that appear, the better it actually is for the price of Bitcoin,” concludes Vays.
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