BTC’s price action is looking grim, but traders hope that a bounce off the $42,000 support will complete a bullish technical analysis pattern and trigger a rally in Bitcoin and altcoins.
Bitcoin (BTC) has given back some of its recent gains, but on-chain data resource Ecoinometrics said that whales are accumulating because they believe the price is attractive from a long-term perspective.
On the downside, analyst Willy Woo believes that $33,000 is a strong bottom for Bitcoin. Popular Twitter trader Credible Crypto citing data from PlanC said that the odds of Bitcoin declining below $30,000 are poor.
Fidelity Digital Assets Head of Research Chris Kuiper believes that Bitcoin’s downside risk could be minimal when compared to other digital assets, but it could rally substantially if it manages to replace gold as a store of value.
Could Bitcoin and altcoins stage a recovery after the recent pullback? Let’s study the charts of the top-5 cryptocurrencies that may attract investor attention in the short term.