Latest Bitcoin price and analysis (BTC to USD) – Coin Rivet

Bitcoin (BTC) is currently trading at around $8,610 following a 3% increase in price over the last 24 hours.

Even though BTC seemed to be struggling last week, the worlds largest cryptocurrency recovered nicely over the weekend.

Bitcoin momentarily traded close to $8,300 at the start of the weekend after price dropped 4% from Thursday to Saturday.

Since then, Bitcoin has rebounded to the upside, which reiterates the bullish sentiment surrounding the digital asset ahead of this summers halving event.

Bitcoin now seems to be consolidating above $8,600 and getting ready for another shot at the $8,830 level of resistance.

Lets take a look at Bitcoins chart, courtesy of TradingView.

Bitcoin has been climbing upwards since the start of the new year, breaking through all its EMAs over the past few weeks after a major rally that took the digital asset from just below $7,000 to over $8,600.

From bottom to top, BTC has grown about 28% in the space of 18 days. At the moment, BTC is still around 25% higher than the start of the year.

However, price needs to continue picking up steam if the hangover from the second half of 2019 is to completely turn around.

In addition, Bitcoins volume must continue to grow. At the time of writing, it is showing signs of having fully recovered and is now between 30-40% higher than last month around $23 billion.

If Bitcoin is able to maintain the positive trend seen so far this year, we might see it top $10,000 sooner than expected.

Last week, I underlined that within the next few days/weeks, we could see a major reversal after a period of serious accumulation by hodlers.

The boost in trading volume means the accumulation cycle could be close to an end and the bull run were all waiting for will start sooner than expected.

The upwards movement over the past few days could mean a shift in sentiment, but it is too early to tell. It seems we already found the bottom (during 2019) and could be making our way towards a mid-term move to the upside.

For the time being though, theres a chance it can go either way. Only if BTC continues to record higher lows will price continue to go up.

Hopefully, the 200-day EMA (blue line) will now become support for Bitcoin and BTC will continue to hold above all its EMAs. In addition, I expect the 20-day EMA to cross both the 50-day and 200-day EMAs to the upside quite soon.

When these golden crosses take place, my take on the market will considerably shift to the upside.

I strongly believe Bitcoin to be a long-term store of value, especially as traditional markets continue to show weaknesses.

How can the markets continue to push higher after the ECBs recent rate cuts, the continuous share buybacks from huge corporations, or the inverted bond yield shoving investors away towards riskier assets?

In addition, repo market activity as in loans from central banks to commercial and investment banks has spiked to new monthly records. That adds up to another signal of weakness for the general economy.

We shouldnt forget that the Bitcoin halving is coming in May 2020, which will put extra positive pressure on price as the number of Bitcoin minted per block is halved.

The key aspect of the halving event is to work out whether it has already been priced-in by miners. I personally doubt it, since most people (and businesses) have a short-term mindset.

Therefore, I see miners pushing for lower prices until the halving takes place. The harder it is to mine until the halving, the more miners will drop off, leaving more room for profits for the players who stay.

In conclusion, investors and traders should pay attention to the overall economic panorama, as it will most likely be a major catalyst for worldwide BTC adoption.

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In August 2008, the domain name bitcoin.orgwas registered. On 31st October 2008, a paper was published called Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System. This was authored by Satoshi Nakamoto, the inventor of Bitcoin. To date, no one knows who this person, or people, are.

The paper outlined a method of using a P2P network for electronic transactions without relying on trust. On January 3 2009, the Bitcoin network came into existence. Nakamoto mined block number 0 (or the genesis block), which had a reward of 50 Bitcoins.

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