Last Time Bitcoin Saw This Structure, It Surged 40%. It’s About to Happen Again

While history never repeats, history often rhymes for the Bitcoin market.

Each of the asset’s market cycles seems to have periods of eerily familiar price action, marked by common chart formations and technical signals that appear time and time again. This allows analysts to predict what comes next by looking at the past.

An analyst recently observed that a chart formation that historically led to a breakout has formed once again, boding well for the Bitcoin bull case.

Bitcoin Bulls Are Still in Control

On June 11th, Bitcoin failed to decisively break past $10,000 for the umpteenth time in weeks. The cryptocurrency dove by approximately 10% after attempting to cross that resistance, crushed as a cascade of longs were stopped out of their positions.

Many were quick to express bearish sentiment after the move transpired.

As reported by NewsBTC previously, one trader even said that Bitcoin could dive by 40% in the coming weeks:

“BTC. I’ve been seeing more and more comments saying BTC going down to support is unlikely because that’d be too big a drop. That’s not how Bitcoin works. Retraces are short and vicious. Crashes even more so. 40% down is not unlikely, it’s happened before, it’ll happen again,” he stated.

A top technician begs to differ, sharing the chart below in the wake of Bitcoin’s $1,000 crash on June 11th.

He wrote that technically speaking, the cryptocurrency is still decisively in an uptrend. “This is not ‘the big move. Nothing significant happened,” the analyst wrote, referencing how the crash did not bring Bitcoin out of the ascending triangle structure he depicted.

TradingView.com Bitcoin price chart annotated by crypto technician "Byzantine Genera" (@ByzGeneral on Twitter).
TradingView.com Bitcoin price chart annotated by crypto technician “Byzantine Genera” (@ByzGeneral on Twitter).

An ascending triangle is a traditional chart structure that is formed when an asset is trading in an uptrend but continually runs into a horizontal resistance, creating a triangle. Ascending triangles are also marked by decreasing volume.

In Bitcoin’s case,…

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