Recent Bitcoin Bull Run and Prior Run-up Data Suggests a Softer Bear Market Is in the Cards

Recent Bitcoin Bull Run and Prior Run-up Data Suggests a Softer Bear Market Is in the Cards


It’s been six months or roughly 180 days since bitcoin reached an all-time high at $69K per unit on November 10, 2021, and bitcoin’s USD value is down 45% from that point. Typically after bitcoin’s price tops, the bear market that follows leads to a large 80% or more decline in value. However, because the recent price top resembles the growth from April 2013 to November 2013, bitcoin’s current bearish decline may not be so large this time around.

An 80% Drop From Bitcoin’s High Would Lead to $13,800 per Unit

Bitcoin markets have been bearish over the last six months after reaching the crypto asset’s all-time high (ATH) at $69K last year. While prices are dreary for many, it’s made people wonder how long

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