A three-year low was reached in the market when FTX crashed, wiping away billions in client deposits. As a result of the FTX fiasco, Bitcoin fell to $15,500 and appeared to be headed considerably lower. Bitcoin has since recovered and posted considerable returns and is now hovering near the $23k mark.
However, the market appears to be split; some analysts feel that Bitcoin’s low point was reached in November 2022, while others predict increased volatility and a still-lower low point in the near future.
According to research posted by an unnamed researcher going by the handle @TechDev 52 on Twitter, Bitcoin may be about to experience another impulse based on the indication that has anticipated its upsurges throughout the entire history.
The momentum indicator known as the moving average convergence/divergence (MACD, or MAC-D) is once again in the “green zone,” which is typically indicative of “bullish” emotion.
The analyst also monitored the changes in the rate of the China Government Ten-Year Bonds (CN10Y) relative to the U.S. Dollar Index (DXY). Just recently, this indicator crossed over its 1-year moving average line.
In 2010, 2012, 2013, 2017, and 2020, this combination of events constituted a reliable indicator for Bitcoin. When it last appeared, the price of Bitcoin increased by 8 times between Q4 2020 and Q1 2021.
After the US jobs report on Friday, bitcoin moved roughly 2% down to trade at around the $23,250 level. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics said that in the first month of 2023, the labor market added 517,000 jobs. The data showed an unexpected increase, surpassing the 188,000 economists had predicted.