‘Tín hiệu tăng Mega’ hoặc ‘sự cố thực sự? ‘ 5 điều cần biết trong Bitcoin tuần này


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Bitcoin ( BTC) đang bật trở lại trong tuần này do một sự đột ngột tăng lên thách thức mức cao hàng tuần.

Trong những gì sẽ cung cấp một số niềm tin tuyệt vọng cần thiết cho bulls, BTC/USD đã trở lại mức cao hàng tuần vào ngày 30 tháng Năm, tăng vài phần trăm qua đêm.

Ngược lại với đóng cửa hàng tuần gần đây, nến 29 tháng 5 đã hạn chế được xu hướng giảm và đảo ngược ngay lập tức khi tuần mới bắt đầu.

Tuy nhiên, Bitcoin hiện đã niêm phong chín cây nến đỏ hàng tuần liên tiếp, một điều chưa từng thấy trước đây trong lịch sử của nó.

Just how bearish is the largest cryptocurrency going into June? The macro environment remains troubled, retail interest is nowhere to be seen and calls for a deeper capitulation remain.


đó nói rằng, nếu nó tiếp tục sức mạnh mới nhất của nó, Bitcoin vẫn có một cơ hội để vượt ra khỏi hành lang giao dịch hiện tại của nó.

Cointelegraph có một cái nhìn vào các yếu tố đã được chuẩn bị để di chuyển thị trường trong những ngày tới.

Bitcoin có thể tránh được 10 tuần đỏ?

Nhờ sự bất ngờ nhưng chào đón U-turn qua đêm vào ngày 30 tháng 5, Bitcoin đang phá vỡ truyền thống trong tuần này.

Giao dịch Châu Á cung cấp bối cảnh cho một số tăng mạnh, với chỉ số Nikkei của Nhật Bản và Hang Seng của Hồng Kông tăng hơn 2% vào thời điểm viết bài này. Kích hoạt này đến từ tin tức rằng Trung Quốc đang có kế hoạch mở rộng một số hạn chế COVID-19 mới nhất của mình, mở ra nền kinh tế.

Bitcoin vẫn vượt trội hơn cổ phiếu trước khi giao dịch Châu Âu được tiến hành.

Sau khi một cây nến theo giờ đỏ ban đầu sau khi đóng cửa hàng tuần, BTC/USD đột ngột tăng từ $29,300 lên mức hiện tại gần $30,700, dữ liệu từ Cointelegraph Markets ProTradingView cho thấy.

Biểuđồ nến 1 tuần BTC/USD (Bitstamp). Nguồn: TradingView

Trong khi sự thận trọng vẫn còn nhờ đóng cửa hàng tuần vẫn còn sắc đỏ, Bitcoin vẫn có thể kết thúc chuỗi giảm trong chín tuần trong tuần này miễn là giá đóng cửa của Chủ Nhật tới ít nhất là $29,500.

Đối với một số người, chỉ riêng hành động qua đêm đã đủ để có được tích cực hơn đáng kể về triển vọng trong ngắn hạn.

“ Bitcoin trên bờ vực của một tín hiệu tăng lớn”, Jordan Lindsey, người sáng lập JCLCapital, nói với những người theo Twitter.

“ IMO không phải là một thời gian để tham lam tìm kiếm ve đáy.”

Nhà giao dịch Crypto Tony lưu ý rằng Bitcoin vẫn đang trong phạm vi giao dịch quen thuộc và nên xóa một số mức quan trọng trước khi được coi là có quỹ đạo vững chắc. Đối với anh ta, đây là $31,000, bây giờ không xa lắm.

Others focused on the idea of current gains being just another relief bounce and that Bitcoin should return lower afterward.

Popular trading account TMV Crypto meanwhile flagged the overnight lows as key support to hold going forward.

“Not sure if we should be very bullish here on BTC + ETH,” fellow trader and analyst Crypto Ed added in a Twitter thread released on the day.

He pointed to thin weekend volumes supporting the bounce, suggesting that higher levels did not have the bid interest required to cement themselves as new support yet.

“Saw some on my feed going short, which was understandable when seeing the weakness in the charts,” he continued.

“Once again a great example to be cautious over the weekend. Too often you get played on thin order books hence I prefer to not open new positions over the weekend.”

A CME futures gap left from Friday at $29,000 meanwhile provides a further bearish target.

CME Bitcoin futures 1-hour candle chart. Source: TradingView

Analyst: Stocks rebound is “bear market rally”

With United States markets closed for a public holiday on May 30, it will be up to Europe and Asia to dictate the day’s mood.

With the World Economic Forum behind them, crypto hodlers may be able to breathe a small sigh of relief going into the new month, prior to another U.S. Federal Reserve meeting in mid-June.

Asian stocks’ return to form after eight weeks of losses formed the major macro focus on the day.

After failing to take advantage of a similar rally in the U.S. last week, Bitcoin now appears to be capitalizing on the mood, which commentators nonetheless warn is likely not an indicator of an overall trend reversal.

Monetary tightening from the Fed and other central banks has not only got stock traders down, but has ignited talk of a major recession as the price economies pay.

“We are in the middle of a bear market rally,” Mahjabeen Zaman, head of investment specialists at Citigroup Australia, told Bloomberg.

“I think the market is going to be trading rangebound trying to figure out how soon is that recession coming or how quickly is inflation going down.”

The tightening is due to become real this week, June 1 is thought to be when the Fed begins reducing its balance sheet, currently at a record high of $8.9 trillion.

The European Central Bank (ECB) will halt its asset purchases later in the year, it revealed last week.

May 31 will further see consumer price index (CPI) data released for the Eurozone, ahead of similar data for the U.S. on June 10.

“Stock Investors watching for signs of stability,” markets commentator Holger Zschaepitz wrote on May 28 alsongisde the CBOE Volatility Index.

“Wall St’s fear gauge, investors’ sentiment & bond spreads are tracked for clues on where the market might go next. But only one of the 5 sentiment indicators suggests that the worst is over in the markets.”

CBOE Volatility Index. Source: Holger Zschaepitz/ Twitter

Dollar strength tags one-month lows

Coming to test support levels throughout the past week has been the strength of the U.S. dollar.

After surging to levels not seen since December 2002, the U.S. dollar index (DXY) is finally coming back down to Earth and even challenging its year uptrend.

This may still act as a silver lining for risk assets should the trend continue, as inverse correlation has worked in Bitcoin’s favor in particular in the past.

“This could just be the start of the bull run of 2022!” an emboldened Crypto Rover argued uploading a comparative chart showing the Bitcoin-DXY inverse correlation and how it played out in years gone by.

Bitcoin vs. DXY annotated chart. Source: Crypto Rover/ Twitter

Crypto Ed, however, is not convinced that the good times will be back courtesy of ongoing dollar weakness.

“DXY is printing a reversal pattern, a falling wedge. Another reason for not being too enthusiastic for BTC,” a further tweet added.

Nonetheless, at 101.49, DXY was at its lowest since April 25.

U.S. dollar index (DXY) 1-day candle chart. Source: TradingView

Bitcoin nearing a “cyclic bottom”

Not everyone is bearish among Bitcoin analysts, and one of them, CryptoQuant CEO Ki Young Ju, has the data to prove why.

Uploading the latest readings from Bitcoin’s realized cap distribution, Ki argued that in fact, BTC/USD is currently at a similar stage to March 2020.

Realized cap reflects the price at which each bitcoin last moved, and can be broken down into age bands.

These in turn show the proportion of the BTC supply that makes up its realized cap which last moved a certain length of time ago.

Right now, 62% of the realized cap involves unspent transaction outputs (UTXOs) from six months ago or longer.

For Ki, this signifies floor territory for BTC price, as has been the case historically — and most significantly during the March 2020 COVID-19 crash.

“$BTC is getting close to the cyclic bottom,” he summarized.

“Now UTXOs over 6 months old take 62% of the realized cap. In the 2020 March great sell-off, this indicator reached 62% as well.”

Bitcoin realized cap UTXO bands vs. BTC/USD chart. Source: Ki Young Ju/ Twitter

CryptoQuant previously reported on UTXO data as it relates to the size of Bitcoin investor holdings, but drew more conservative conclusions.

Last week, it appeared that the largest Bitcoin whales were still distributing their holdings on-chain, while smaller whales could likely be propping up the market and preventing a March 2020-style cascade.

Sentiment hints at “long term buying opportunity”

It takes a lot of bullish price action to shift sentiment into the green in the current environment.

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This goes for both Bitcoin and crypto more widely, as investors have endured over six months of what has been practically unchecked downside.

This remains the case this week — despite the overnight move up, sentiment remains firmly in the “extreme fear” zone across Bitcoin and altcoins.

The Crypto Fear & Greed Index is at just 10/100 as of May 30, a score which has accompanied generational price bottoms in previous years.

Crypto Fear & Greed Index (screenshot). Source: Alternative.me

May 2022 has been a particularly harsh period for sentiment, with Fear & Greed hitting just 8/100 earlier in the month — a level rarely seen and which last appeared in March 2020.

“Fear & Greed Index back down to 10 today,” Philip Swift, creator of on-chain analytics platform LookIntoBitcoin, responded.

“We have spent three weeks in Extreme Fear now with just sideways price action. Potential bottom forming?”

Commentator and analyst Scott Melker, known as the Wolf of All Streets, added that regardless of what might come next, sentiment revealed a “long term buying opportunity.”

“People are still becoming more fearful,” part of a Twitter post read.

The views and opinions expressed here are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Cointelegraph.com. Every investment and trading move involves risk, you should conduct your own research when making a decision.

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