Investors Turn Bullish as Cryptocurrency Market adds $12 Billion 24 Hours

Over the past 24 hours, the cryptocurrency market added $12 billion, as major cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and Bitcoin Cash experienced a short-term corrective rally.

Breathing Room, But Not Entirely Optimistic

The Bitcoin price rebounded from $6,300 to $6,700, breaking a descending trendline since May 3, when BTC achieved $10,000. While it is too early to conclude that BTC has entered into a mid-term rally given that it is still likely for BTC to fall below the $6,000 mark in the short-term, the cryptocurrency market has gained a breathing room from the recent major correction that began in early May.

On yesterday’s report, CCN noted that if BTC falls below the $6,300 mark, it could initiate another downward trend, potentially to the higher end of the $5,000 region. CCN also emphasized that if BTC rebounds to $6,600 in a period of 24 hours, there exists a possibility that BTC stops a potential move to the $5,000 region.

So far, BTC has been able to remain relatively stable in the mid-$6,000 zone, with stable volume and moving averages demonstrating some momentum for the dominant cryptocurrency. But, if BTC falls back down to the $6,400 region in the upcoming days, it is likely that BTC will continue its downward trajectory.

Investors have become more optimistic and bullish on the market, due to the abrupt surge in the volume and price of BTC within a small 2-hour period. If investors want to see BTC remain above the $7,000 mark in the short-term, it will have to reverse the bearish sentiment by restoring the volume and continuing the current upwards trend of BTC.

As of now, based on the movement of BTC in the past 24 hours, it cannot be concluded that BTC restored its bullish sentiment and is ready to move to the upside. If BTC does sustain its momentum and volume in the next two to three days and remain above the $6,800 mark, a move towards $7,000 can be a possibility…

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