Kripto para analitik ÅŸirketi IntoTheBlock claims that new data suggests that Bitcoin (BTC) is ready for a sudden surge. IntoTheBlock suggests that Bitcoin could easily retest the key psychological level of $30,000 after the bullish event.
According to the reports of leading crypto analytics firm IntoTheBlock, the price of the leading cryptocurrency Bitcoin is dependent on the number of buyers between $27,345 and $30,000. The company stated the following on the subject:
Grayscale’s victory in the SEC case brought Bitcoin back into focus. The next milestone? $30,000. Our on-chain data reveals that approximately 2.6 million BTC has been purchased by 6.2 million addresses between the current price and $30,000. These ‘bubbles’ can be significant and can burst in two ways.
IntoTheBlock stated that the approval of a Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) could trigger a strong upward momentum, sending the leading crypto even higher. Some analysts believe that the likelihood of approval has increased after a court decided that the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) should reject Grayscale’s BTC ETF application.
However, the firm warned that if buyers between $27,000 and $30,000 quickly sell to protect against losses, the downward trend could suddenly push Bitcoin lower. IntoTheBlock stated the following in their comments:
A bearish trend can trigger a move towards breakeven by increasing selling volume. However, if there is a strong upward momentum due to, for example, an ETF approval, Bitcoin can easily overcome these obstacles.
Next, IntoTheBlock claimed that there has been a significant increase in the number of long-term holders for the popular altcoin Litecoin (LTC). The company stated the following about Litecoin:
Long-term Litecoin holders are increasing! Approximately 5 million addresses have been holding LTC for over a year; this number has almost doubled from last year’s 2.55 million. A clear sign of confidence among shareholders despite market conditions.
IntoTheBlock also examined which crypto projects have the longest-term holders. Smart contract platform Ethereum (ETH) tops the list with 73.9 million, followed by Bitcoin with 33.6 million. According to the firm, Cardano (ADA), a competitor to ETH, reached a total of 2.65 million long-term holders with a 170.4% increase. Blockchain oracle Chainlink (LINK) stands out with a 3% decrease in long-term holders compared to last year.