3 on-chain indicators suggest the Bitcoin price sell-off is losing steam

3 on-chain indicators suggest the Bitcoin price sell-off is losing steam


Bitcoin (BTC) entered a consolidation phase following its May 19 crash from $42,600 to $30,000 on Coinbase. The flagship cryptocurrency recovered its losses quickly and reclaimed $40,000 but it failed to log a clear bullish breakout above this resistance level and at the time of writing the price remains pinned below $40,000.

The latest price action in the Bitcoin market has been — at best — choppy, with traders showing no clear indication about their short-term bias. Some analysts predicted that if the BTC/USD price does not break above $40,000, it may very well fall to as low as $20,000 in the coming sessions.

Interestingly, a handful of on-chain indicators tell a different story. One of the most interesting themes holding Bitcoin’s bullish bias intact is witnessing long-term holders and accumulation addresses stacking more BTC during the recent price dip.

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Furthermore, a metric known as the Bitcoin Entity-Adjusted SOPR (Spent Output Profit Ratio) shows that the market is no longer selling Bitcoin

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