Bitcoin (BTC) Is Set To Rally Due To These Two Critical Factors

Bitcoin (BTC) is currently trading in the $43k-$45k region, following a week-long decline from the $48k level. At present levels of whale activity, on-chain data shows a bullish divergence and an increase in whale activity. As a result, the Bitcoin (BTC) price may have a significant upward rise from here. At the time of writing, the price of Bitcoin (BTC) is $43,615, up over 2% in the last 24 hours.

The Bitcoin (BTC) Price Continues to Gain Bullish Momentum

Santiment, an on-chain analytics platform, revealed on April 8 that the Bitcoin (BTC) price is signalling bullish divergence as the network’s total number of unique tokens increases. At present market levels, the Bitcoin (BTC) NVT token circulation model data indicates an impending surge in the Bitcoin price.

Bitcoin fell below $43.1k and has subsequently rebounded slightly. Our model suggests a bullish divergence between the number of unique $BTC moving on its network and the current market cap levels through the first week of April.

Bitcoin NVT Token Circulation Model

 

Additionally, Bitcoin (BTC) Whale Transactions greater than $100k reflect the highest spikes in whale transactions over the last 24 hours. Whales transferred over 1000 BTC worth over $100,000. Additionally, despite the redistribution of Bitcoin, whales have continued to withdraw Bitcoin from exchanges. As a result, the Bitcoin (BTC) price has been steadily rising since bottoming out near the $43k mark. Additionally, on-chain data indicates that the Bitcoin price is exhibiting strong upward momentum.

 

Bitcoin Whale Transactions

Bitcoin (BTC) Price Predictions

Bitcoin’s price is now trading sideways. With the mid-having event slated for April 11, the price should confirm a bullish rally by breaking above the $45,500 level. However, if Bitcoin (BTC) fails to gain momentum and breaks through the 43,000 barrier, we could see further price declines.

 

According to CoinMarketCap, the Bitcoin price has fallen approximately 3% in the last week.

 

Disclaimer: These are the writer’s opinions and should not be considered investment advice. Readers should do their own research.

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