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Cryptocurrency Market Signals Slow Recovery; Is the Bear Run Over?

Follwing the recent crypto collapse, Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) along with major cryptocurrency are showing signs of a steady recovery. After weeks of struggle, BTC has breached the $21K mark. The total market capitalization of crypto assets has also gained significantly over the past 24 hours.

The crypto industry observed a harrowing year amidst spriralling cryptocurrency prices into dizzying lows. After peakeing near $3 trillion last November, crypto market abruptly reversed course as economic uncertainty and geo-political tensions led many investors to unload risky assets. Nonetheless, cryptocurrencies are now witnessing a slow but steady recovery with the global crypto market cap soaring more than 5 per cent in the last 24 hours.

According to CoinMarketCap, the current total market cap of crypto assets is $962.23 billion. The total crypo market volume increased by a massive 20.46 per cent in the past 24 hours to stand at $66.06 billion. Top cryptocurrencies recovered some of their lost grounds to land in the green zone.

Cryptocurrency Market Signals Slow Recovery; Is the Bear Run over?

Will Bitcoin Continue Rising?

Cryptocurrency Market Signals Slow Recovery; Is the Bear Run over?

The world’s largest digital token, Bitcoin (BTC), is up 7.16 per cent over the past day to hover at $21,807. As per data, the flagship token has gained more than 11 per cent in the last seven days. Meanwhile, over the last 24 hour period, Bitcoin’s dominance increased 0.89 per cent to 43.28 per cent. Although, on way to recovery, Bitcoin (BTC) is down over 58 per cent in the first six months of 2022.

Mike McGlone, commodity analyst at Bloomberg, asserted that Bitcoin could be one of the greatest bull markets in history at a relatively discounted price to start 2H (second half). McGlone said,

“Our bias is Bitcoin adoption is more likely to continue rising.”

Jordan Belfort, a former stockbroker and the “Wolf of Walstreet”, is confident on on Bitcoin’s long-term prospects. He claimed,

“Bitcoin price will ‘almost certainly’ climb over the next three to five years. If you take a three or maybe five-year horizon, I would be shocked if you did not make money. Because the underlying fundamentals of Bitcoin are really strong.”

Edul Patel, CEO of crypto investment firm Mudrex, explained that most cryptocurrencies rose after tracking gains in the US equity markets. The CEO added,

“Even though BTC has gained growth, it may not have accumulated enough power to maintain that consistency.”

Can ETH Breach its Resistance?

Cryptocurrency Market Signals Slow Recovery; Is the Bear Run over?

Ethereum (ETH) posted a 6 per cent jump in the last 24 hours to currently trade at $1,240. The 7-day tally stood at 16.60 percent, boosting the morale of investors who have been wary lately. In a staement, Patel remarked,

“The second-largest cryptocurrency, Ethereum, also broke its vital level at US$1,200 on Thursday, and the price is not far from its resistance at US$1,281.”

Top altcoins too recorded a positive growth with XRP and Polkadot (DOT) zooming over 6 and 4 per cent respectively, in the last 24 hours. In the same time frame, Solana (SOL) increased 3.39 per cent to $37.87. Cardano (ADA) noted a sharp growth of 2.72 per cent to land in green.

ADA price rise may be attributed to the Vasil hard fork which is slated to hit the mainnet by the end of this month. Popular memecoins including Dogecoin (DOGE) and Shiba Inu (SHIB) climbed in the range of 3.65 and 5.95 per cent, individually, over the past 24 hours.

Cryptocurrency Market Signals Slow Recovery; Is the Bear Run over?

Will Crypto Trend Modestly in the Coming Months?

Cryptocurrency Market Signals Slow Recovery; Is the Bear Run over?

Cryptocurrency exchange, Kraken, noted that optimism may be gradually returning to the crypto market after May’s crash from all-time highs. The crypto exchange highlighted that last month was the third most volatile June when looking as far back as 2011, second to 2019 (100%) and 2011 (278%), and was 10 percentage points more volatile than usual. Kraken wrote,

“When looking at bitcoin’s historical volatility in July, one will see that the month is, on average, 20 percentage points less volatile than June at 67%. As it relates to historical performance, one will see that bitcoin returns, on average, 10% in July and has a median reading of 14%. If one were to assume that history will repeat in July, we could expect the cryptocurrency to trend modestly higher month-on-month (MoM) as volatility dwindles and consolidation persists.”

Bitcoin Might Drift Lower in the Months Ahead

Cryptocurrency Market Signals Slow Recovery; Is the Bear Run over?

The cryptocurrency exchange also believes that despite Bitcoin successfully defending $30,000 support on several occasions in June, it can’t be ruled out that the digital asset will not drift lower in the months ahead. In a recent market intelligence report, Kraken noted,

“Accordingly, market participants should keep a close eye on bitcoin’s 50-week simple moving average (SMA), 100-week SMA, logarithmic regression support, and 200-week SMA.”

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