Bitcoin (BTC) is likely to hit $60K

Mon 26 Jul 2021 ▪ 21h10 ▪ 3 min de lecture - par Rudy Bauer

According to Mike McGlone, senior commodity strategist at Bloomberg Intelligence, Bitcoin is likely to revert to $60,000 rather than drop further to $20,000.

Bitcoin to skyrocket again

“Our crypto analyst says Bitcoin [is] more likely to hit $60k than $20k based on historical price patterns, also says China’s rejection of open-source software crypto assets may mark plateau in country’s economic ascent,” claims Eric Balchunas, senior ETF analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence.

According to McGlone, Bitcoin’s ongoing price action can be compared to the consolidation period of 2018-2019. BTC nearly reached $4,000 in 2018, but in 2019, the price made an unexpected surge to $14,000.

“The more tactical-trading-oriented bears seem to proliferate when Bitcoin sustains at about 30% threshold below its 20-week moving average, allowing the buy-and-hold types time to accumulate,” McGlone stated.

Bitcoin broke through its resistance at $34,400 on Sunday, 25th July 2021. According to CoinGecko, the asset’s price increased by 15% in the last 24 hours and by 25% in the last week. Currently, BTC is trading at around $39,800.

China vs Bitcoin

One of Eric Balchunas’ followers said that China’s crackdown on crypto mining reveals the country’s fear of yuan becoming unstable. “Reminds me of the Chuck Norris jokes for some reason. China doesn’t reject bitcoin, bitcoin rejects China,” he replied.

McGlone is convinced China’s actions will continue to increase the value of both BTC and USD.

Even some Chinese experts are fearful of how the recent mining ban can influence the global crypto environment. Since the US and other Western countries have a more ‘relaxed’ regulatory attitude towards private digital currencies, China has every chance to lose its competitive edge in the era of decentralised finance, as stated by former president of People’s Bank of China (PBoC), Li Lihui.

BTC went below $30,000 on 20th July. However, after the B Word conference featuring Elon Musk, Jack Dorsey and Cathie Wood the price rose once again.

Senior commodity strategist at Bloomberg Intelligence considers Bitcoin to be more likely to reach $60,000 rather than drop to $20,000. The assumption is based on Bitcoin’s price patterns and China’s recent clampdowns on crypto mining.

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Rudy Bauer

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