15:43Institutional Buyers the Likely Suspect Behind Latest Bitcoin Rally; What’s Next?
Bitcoin and the entire market have been flashing mixed signals to investors as of late, with BTC struggling to maintain its momentum as it nears the top of a long-held trading range.
Where the crypto trends next will undoubtedly depend, at least partially, on whether or not BTC can sustain the rebound it has seen following a dip earlier today.
One trader is noting that institutional buyers may be the source of strength over the past couple of days, as it appears there has been strong spot bidding going on.
Bitcoin Sees Strong Momentum as Bulls Absorb Latest Selloff
At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading down marginally at its current price of $37,350, which marks a notable decline from its recent highs of nearly $39,000 set just a couple of days ago.
Earlier today, BTC’s price dipped as low as $36,200, but the buying pressure here was quite significant and allowed the crypto’s price to rocket quite rapidly.
Analyst: Institutional Bidding Likely the Force Behind Latest Rally
One analyst explained that bidding for the crypto on Coinbase is likely the source behind the recent rebound, which may be due to an institutional investor TWAPing.
This seems to be a pattern with every dip, which heavily favors long positions.
Unless this heavy spot bidding suddenly disappears, the ongoing Bitcoin upsurge is likely just getting started.
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