- The Bitcoin Twitter community discusses a possible bottom for Bitcoin.
- Some say the charts are pointing to a $17,500 bottom for Bitcoin (BTC)
- Presently, the price of Bitcoin (BTC) is still staggering at the $20,000 area.
A popular Bitcoin trader and crypto analyst sends crypto Twitter into a frenzy with his latest Bitcoin chart analysis. The main message from his charts is that Bitcoin is finally showing signs of a bottom.
In particular, he says that the Bitcoin (BTC) chart is forming an Adam & Eve pattern. In addition, he says that at the moment, the crypto is holding the neckline at about $20,000. The tweet got a lot of attention and engagement in responses.
To highlight, one response came with a chart of its own. This tweet draws attention to a CME gap that will potentially be filled between $18,400-$19,100. More so, it says that this move will likely take place within the coming few days.
After which, the tweet continues to say, the crypto will see a ‘real move up’. More so, it may be accompanied by a possible flash crash. By which, the tweet concludes, the move will point to a macro bottom which will be $17,500.
Another tweet focuses on the gravity of the current bearish market. This tweet says that in a bear market bearish signs are more likely. Hence, once the trend changes to a bull market, we will see more bullish signs.
What’s important here is the when, and many crypto enthusiasts are patiently speculating the answer to that question. According to CoinGecko, the price of Bitcoin (BTC) is currently $20,153. No doubt, this crypto winter is shaping up to be a long, and cold one. However, many companies, retailers, and apps are continuing to show their support and faith in Bitcoin. Just recently, crypto.com enabled Apple Pay crypto purchases on its platform. At the moment, only the majority of the USA is subject to this feature. The feature will eventually be made available to others.
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