The Bitcoin price trading value has hit $41,934.38 in the open market Monday, which is down by 0.95% on its index.
The crypto is still recuperating after a 50% drop from its all-time high of $69,500 in November last year.
Its value has been able to rally from $33K, and crossing the psychological resistance level of up to $40,000.
The bullish trend continues to ramp up as technical indicators have reached their oversold levels.
The fear and greed index, which measures investors’ perceptions and personal assessments of the market, has risen to level 46 after falling to level 44 not long ago.
Bitcoin Price: Positive Returns
Analysts see Bitcoin having positive returns within the month, as technical indicators imply short-term buyers will be active around the $35,000-$37,000 support level for the near term.
Still, its upside remains in the $45,000 mark.
Despite the circumstances at hand, crypto analysts are still quite skeptical because of the Biden administration’s planned release of an executive order this month to regulate Bitcoin.
BTC/USD at $44,052 in the daily chart | Source: TradingView.com
According to recent forecasts, the long-term price of Bitcoin might reach up to $150,000, representing a significant increase over the previous year’s expectation of $146,000.
Coinbase data figures show the current fair market value of Bitcoin is estimated to be $38,000; the price of BTC has climbed by 17.35% in the past week.
In a statement, US-based independent research group FSInsight predicts that the price of Bitcoin will exponentially grow in the future.
FSInsight specializes in market analysis and sector research. With its expertise, it forecasts that Bitcoin might reach a value of $200,000.
Because it’s difficult to say whether the new restrictions will be beneficial or detrimental to the cryptocurrency, the market remains very volatile.
However, despite the fact that Bitcoin normally fares well, the cryptocurrency’s value might fall for the third month in a row in February, depending on how other variables influence the market.
Meanwhile, according to JPMorgan’s reports, the currency has been inflating in value by 13%.
JPMorgan claims the most significant obstacle to the institutional adoption of Bitcoin is its “eccentric monetary cycles” and its volatility rate.
The price of Bitcoin is now four times more volatile than the price of gold, research shows. Furthermore, when interest rates rise, it is expected that Bitcoin’s entire market value will match that of gold.
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