Bitcoin’s Price Not Accurately Reflecting Fundamental Strength

Bitcoin’s price action as of late has done little to offer investors with insight into its mid-term outlook. BTC has been trading squarely between the lower and upper boundaries of its long-held trading range between $10,200 and $11,200.

Its lack of momentum has struck a serious blow to investor sentiment, causing many investors and analysts to expect its consolidation to end in a sharp move lower.

Despite this perceived bearishness, one analyst explained that the cryptocurrency couldn’t be stronger from a fundamental perspective, adding that he believes its price is acting as a lagging indicator for its underlying strength.

He even goes so far as to note that on-chain metrics indicate that BTC is fully in “moon mode,” whiles its price remains mildly bearish.

As such, he believes that significantly further upside could be right around the corner and that the market will grow keenly aware of its strength in 2021.

Balance of Bitcoin on Exchanges Plummets; a “Very Macro Bullish” Sign 

Bitcoin’s dwindling volatility may stem from a confluence of traders being less keen to use platforms like BitMEX following the CFTC’s crackdown on unregulated derivatives platforms, coupled with a lack of spot BTC existing on exchanges.

These factors have had a noticeable impact on the cryptocurrency’s volatility, which has declined greatly over the past few weeks.

Willy Woo – a prominent on-chain analyst – explained that the massive decline in the balance of BTC on exchanges is a “very macro bullish” sign that indicates that upside could be imminent.

“When coins on spot exchanges drop, it’s a sign that new buyers are coming in to scoop coins off the markets and moving them into cold storage HODL, we are seeing new HODLers right now. Very macro bullish.”


Image Courtesy of Willy Woo. Data via Woonomic.

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