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Bitcoin: Why BTC’s price can and cannot fall to $60K

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Bitcoin’s price took another downturn, leading to widespread panic among cryptocurrency enthusiasts.

Bitcoin: As fears of $60K rise, crypto market feels the tremors - How?

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  • Bitcoin price declined yet again, causing panic in the crypto space.
  • Net Taker Volume surged, and interest in BTC NFTs dwindled.

Bitcoin’s [BTC] recent run inspired a large amount of hope in the crypto space over the last few months. However, BTC’s recent price movements have shifted the tides completely.

Movers, shakers, and Net Takers

In the last 24 hours, the price of BTC fell by another 4.03%, bringing the price down to $64,459.11 at the time of writing. This could be attributed to the fact there was a massive surge in Net Taker Volume.

It was the second-largest increase in Net Taker Volume ever observed in the last few days.

Net Taker Volume refers to the net amount of cryptocurrency being sold or bought by market participants on exchanges.

When the Net Taker Volume is positive, it indicates that more cryptocurrency is being sold than bought, suggesting a bearish sentiment in the market.

Conversely, a negative Net Taker Volume suggests a bullish sentiment, with more cryptocurrency being bought than sold.

A spike in Net Taker Volume can have significant implications for Bitcoin and the broader cryptocurrency market.

A sudden increase in selling pressure, as indicated by a surge in Net Taker Volume, can lead to downward price movements as more investors look to offload their BTC holdings.

This selling pressure can trigger a cascade of further selling, exacerbating the downward trend and potentially leading to a sharp decline in BTC’s price.

Source: Crypto Quant

Looking at the Bitcoin ecosystem

Another factor that would contribute to Bitcoin’s price movement would be the interest in its ecosystem and Bitcoin NFTS.

Over the last few days, the number of unique buyers and sellers of Bitcoin NFTs had grown materially. However, as the price of BTC plummeted, so did the number of buyers and sellers of BTC NFTs.

Due to this, the overall number of NFT sales had also reduced on the network. A decline in interest in NFTs could impact the overall sentiment around BTC, going forward.


Source: Crypto Slam

Read Bitcoin’s [BTC] Price Prediction 2024-25

Despite these factors, Bitcoin continued to outperform other networks in terms of sales volume over the last 30 days.

Notably, PUPS and NodeMonkes were the highest performing NFT collections at press time, even outcompeting popular Ethereum [ETH] and Solana [SOL] collections Mad Lads and Crypto Punks.

Source: Crypto Slam


Himalay is a full-time journalist at AMBCrypto. A Computer Science graduate, Himalay writes about crypto with a special focus on the latest coin-based updates. He is a fan of gonzo journalism, transgressive fiction, heavy metal, and Manchester United.
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