Bitcoin bull run imminent, expert says

The CEO of global independent financial advice organisation deVere Group says the market is shaping up to propel BTC beyond $10,000

Bitcoin looks to be poised on the verge of its next bull run, according to the head of one of the world’s most respected independent financial advisory organisations.

Nigel Green, chief executive of deVere Group, claims that Bitcoin’s sustained foray above $8,000 today looks sustainable enough to build for a push even higher, propelling the value of the decade-old cryptocurrency to heights unseen since 2017.

“Ditching its trademark volatility, Bitcoin has been stuck in no-man’s land for over a week, oscillating within a $600 range,” he said in a Coin Rivet article for the Daily Express.

“But the price of the world’s largest cryptocurrency surged to the upside on Wednesday and cleared the key $8,000 resistance level – this could indicate that Bitcoin is on the verge of the next bull run.”

Historical fact

Analysts often refer back to past charts to see how periods of low volatility will often precede extended bulls runs – an historical fact Mr Green believes is about to repeat itself.

“For instance, Bitcoin went through a relatively stable period in February this year, then the price ran towards $4,200 in March and to $9,090 before the end of May,” he explained.

“Should Bitcoin experience a new run, we can expect it to deliver a boost to the wider crypto market, with other leading cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum, XRP, and Litecoin rallying too.”

Periods of market volatility are typically welcomed by traders and investors as they often present buying opportunities and deliver positive rewards.

“However, I think moving forward, we are likely to see less extreme volatility,” added Mr Green.

“Lower volatility is a sign of the maturation of the cryptocurrency market.

Fundamental shift

“Although volatility will return again, as it does in all financial markets, I think we’re experiencing a fundamental shift and, overall, the crypto market will have less turbulent bouts in the future.

“This is essential for the cryptocurrency sector long term as it will further encourage mass adoption and institutional investment.

“Of course, no-one knows for sure when the next crypto run will happen, but current relative low volatility suggests it is imminent.

“What we do know for sure, however, is that cryptocurrencies are the future of money.”


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