The positive trend we have seen in the last few weeks continues, and the candles are painted green. Bitcoin and Ethereum are climbing steadily, and new money is entering the market alongside a trading volume that is beginning to gain momentum. Of course, the Alternative coins did not ignore the celebration, and not surprisingly, they follow the trend and even hung onto a small piece of Bitcoin’s market dominance. As usual, it is better not to look for the reasons for crypto’s volatility because to attribute reasons for increases in crypto is like finding an electron in persimmon. The veteran market players have long learned that the crypto market is not at all expected. Meanwhile, the short traders have taken a rest until the next correction.
Craig Wright is in the headlines again, and this time he is willing to swear he is Satoshi to prove the claim. Now, do you believe? JPMorgan has taken out its own stable coin, and whether we like it or not, this news has many ramifications for the crypto market, both on the popularity of governed currencies working in the financial system like Ripple and on the popularity of decentralized currencies such as Bitcoin. Mainly, because the essential difference between the different types of currencies is still unclear to the majority of the public.
There also seems to be progress in the regulatory sector, and the market has already begun to get used to the idea that the establishment’s feet are planted deep in the ecosystem. The US reporting season has already started, and after the deeps of last year many new players will want to offset their losses from the Crypto market, and therefore the percentage of those reporting is expected to rise. In addition, the Bitcoin ETF‘s continues to star in the headlines and this time Bitwise and NYSE Arca are the ones who have submitted a new application which is knocking on the SEC door.
In conclusion, after a difficult year with many blows to investors and traders, the market is gaining confidence, and there is already hesitant talk about whether we may have reached the floor and that a new wave is ahead of us. However, it is still too early to say that the Alts season is yet to come or that something substantial has changed in the market since the recent rises or the falls that followed.
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