Bitcoin’s On-Chain Trends Remain Bullish Despite Correction
Bitcoin’s on-chain trends remain in a decent spot despite the correction in the cryptocurrency market that brought the coin from the $12,000 region to $10,000 and even lower at times.
Blockchain analytics firm Santiment recently shared the chart below. Dated on September 13th, the chart suggests that while Bitcoin has formed bearish divergences over the past two days in terms of its price action and on-chain activity, the past week was filled with bullish divergences.
The last time this many bullish divergences were seen, the cryptocurrency surged from the $9,000s to $11,000 and a bit further in the span of a week.
Chart of BTC's price aciton over the past few months with an active address activity analysis by crypto analytics firm Santiment. The chart suggests that the leading cryptocurrency is still in a somewhat bullish state, with bullish divergences printed a number of days ago.
Fundamentals Indicate Upside Is Ahead
Other fundamental trends suggest that Bitcoin will continue to press higher into the end of the year and beyond.
Arthur Hayes, chief executive of BitMEX, commented in a recent blog that monetary stimulus along with political drama is likely to drive capital towards his “pocket rockets.” By “pocket rockets,” the former Wall Street trader and crypto executive was referring to gold and Bitcoin, which may benefit in period of inflation and political uncertainty:
Also commenting on Bitcoin’s likely performance in the ongoing macroeconomic environment, Mike McGlone of Bloomberg Intelligence recently commented:
How these trends will affect Bitcoin in the short-term, though, remains to be seen at the moment.
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