A stable week for Bitcoin and confidence is slowly beginning to return to the market. There are signs of recovery beginning to emerge after a bear market of more than a year. Despite media coverage declining, and despite the eulogies that repeat themselves in the headlines, it seems that we have reached the floor in terms of declines and that money is beginning to flow back into the market, and the trading volume is increasing.
The awakening is not only true for Bitcoin as it seems that there is a growing interest in the alternative coins (Altcoins) market in recent months, where we have seen a number of Altcoins whose prices have gained hundreds of percentage, which might point to the beginning of a new Alts season.
One of the reasons for the market’s revival is the Binance fundraising platform, the Launchpad, which has completed a number of successful fundraising events that are similar to ICOs, only in a new cover. However, despite the success of the platform so far, the recruitment amounts are significantly lower than the ICO rounds seen in 2017. However, additional crypto exchanges have identified the potential, and it is possible that the market’s short memory will allow this trend to develop into an additional funding season.
While investors are looking to make profit they should remember that Bitcoin is still correcting. Although it seems that we have reached the floor, it is still important to remember the market history and behavior that has erased significant capital in the past and unexpected corrections have happened before.
In short, another steady week in the crypto market that begins to show signs of another life cycle after a long period of sharp declines.
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