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Quant QNTUSD Crypto 1,427,074,565 Not Mineable
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  0.010 0.01% 98.05 98.13 98.20
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1,017,672.43 10,345.29 QNT QNTEUR QNTGBP QNTBTC

Bitcoin Halving Hysteria: Will History Repeat Itself Or Are We Heading For A Market Meltdown?

17/04/2024 3:00am


Bitcoin stands at the forefront, with its upcoming halving event sparking excitement and uncertainty among investors. As the countdown to Bitcoin’s fourth halving narrows to roughly three days, market dynamics have taken a tumultuous turn, with significant implications for the digital asset’s price trajectory. Deciphering BTC’s Halving Patterns: Insights Into Pre-Event Price Behaviour While the Bitcoin market has been on a decline over the past week, A CryptoQuant analyst has recently highlighted a recurring pattern in Bitcoin’s price dynamics observed before each halving cycle. Related Reading: Bitcoin Bears Beware: $3 Billion Short Liquidation Looms At This Price Mark, Warns Analyst This pattern entails a significant price decline, a trend witnessed in previous halving events. For instance, during the second halving, Bitcoin experienced a price drop of 40.36%, plummeting to $465 before eventually surging to an all-time high of $19,600. Similarly, preceding the third halving, the cryptocurrency saw a decline of 20.35%, reaching a low of $8,078 before reaching a peak of $69,000. In the current halving cycle, the price has already decreased by 16.65%, mirroring the historical trend identified by CryptoQuant. Pre #BitcoinHalving Price Fluctuations “It’s essential to recognize that before each halving cycle, there’s typically a price collapse, a pattern we’ve highlighted numerous times in the past.” – By @OnchainTarek Read more 👇 — (@cryptoquant_com) April 16, 2024 Despite the decline, CryptoQuant suggests that this reduction is typical before halving events, indicating that it may not necessarily warrant concern. The CryptoQuant analyst noted: There’s no need for alarm, as this scenario repeats consistently in each cycle, albeit with varying percentages. The correct approach now is to enter the market gradually at previously identified strategic points. The path to the current cycle’s peak remains open, and we are still at the beginning of this journey. Bitcoin’s recent price action reflects the observations made in the CryptoQuant report. The crypto has witnessed a downward trend over the past week, with a decrease of over 10% in the last seven days and a further decline of 3.1% in the past 24 hours. Currently, Bitcoin is trading at $63,098, indicating ongoing volatility in the market. Market Experts Weigh In: Bitcoin Insights And Projections Industry experts offer contrasting perspectives on Bitcoin’s future trajectory in light of the impending halving. Kris Marszalek, CEO of, acknowledges the likelihood of short-term selling pressure leading up to the halving, citing the familiar adage of “buy-the-rumor, sell-the-news” trading behavior. Nonetheless, Marszalek remains optimistic about the long-term implications of the halving, emphasizing its potential to “bolster” Bitcoin’s price trajectory over an extended period. Echoing this sentiment, Samson Mow, head of Jan3 BTC adoption-focused company, dismisses the current price downturn as an “overreaction,” foreseeing a bullish resurgence post-halving. Related Reading: Lost Treasure Found? Bitcoin Miner Transfers Over $3 Million BTC After 14-Year Dormancy Mow highlights the impending halving as a catalyst for a significant “supply shock” in the Bitcoin market, driven by the absorption of BTC by spot Bitcoin ETFs and recent regulatory approvals for Bitcoin-related financial products in Hong Kong. You know what the halving means though. You know it’s the spark of a massive supply shock. You’re tracking ETF inflows and demand. You’re aware of the HK ETFs coming. You’re the lion accumulating #Bitcoin amidst a herd of sheep. — Samson Mow (@Excellion) April 16, 2024 Featured image from Unsplash, Chart from TradingView

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