Analyst Issues Dire Warning: Is Bitcoin Bull Run Coming To End? Here’s What To Expect Next

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The cryptocurrency market has seen positive sentiment in the past three weeks, with the price of Bitcoin fluctuating around $23,000 in the last 24 hours. However, key metrics from short-term and long-term holders and Bitcoin miners have provided a less clear picture of the future price action. 

Notably, while Bitcoin miners have been offloading both fresh and old coins, long-term holders have been increasing their holdings in recent weeks. 

As a result, the struggle between Bitcoin bulls and bears continues, with no clear long-term trend emerging. According to crypto analyst Rekt Capital, for the rally of the past few weeks to continue, Bitcoin needs to reclaim $23,300 as support.

#BTC performs a Weekly Close below the ~$23400

This level continues to act as resistance$BTC needs to reclaim this ~$23400 as support to move higher, otherwise there is a risk of a new Lower High forming relative to the Summer 2022 highs#Crypto #Bitcoin https://t.co/5ZfvNLiKpJ pic.twitter.com/IkBIXzUdsF

— Rekt Capital (@rektcapital) January 23, 2023

From a long-term perspective, popular YouTube crypto analyst Benjamin Cowen thinks Bitcoin price will be in a consolidation mode for the greater part of 2023.

Bitcoin Price Analysis 

In a recent address to his over 790,000 YouTube subscribers, Cowen, a crypto analyst, stated that the Bitcoin market will likely be volatile in the coming quarters. 

He cited historical data, which shows that the price of Bitcoin has consolidated within a year-long range before entering into a bull market. 

As such, he believes that the price of Bitcoin could reach $25,000, where it may encounter resistance. Cowen also noted that the price of Bitcoin could experience short-term fluctuations, driven by macroeconomic factors such as inflation and a potential recession.

Furthermore, he added that the narrative of a rising market may be supported by the high accumulation of Bitcoins by short-term holders. With long-term holders also increasing their holdings, the rally may continue before an eventual price correction.

Following the recent move higher in #Bitcoin prices, the Short-Term Holder (STH) cohort has seen a dramatic increase in coins held in profit.

The percentage of STH supply in profit has reached 92%, a level last seen during the May 2021 rounded top, and the Nov 2021 ATH. pic.twitter.com/moSM7lftJS

— glassnode (@glassnode) January 23, 2023

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