There are a lot of reports these days about the prices of the most important digital assets out there. Check out the latest reports about the prices of crypto below.
Bitcoin and Ethereum prices
Crypto markets have taken a brief reprieve after adding more than 30% to their collective capitalization since the start of the year.
Bitcoin (BTC) rose to a peak of $23,360 on Saturday — its highest point in more than five months. BTC sat at $22,900 as of 7 am, ET.
NYDIG reported an influx of liquidations on short bitcoin positions over the 10 days leading up to Friday.
“While the data shows these liquidations occurred during bitcoin’s biggest price moves, our conclusion is that while liquidations likely played a factor in the rally, they are unlikely to account for all of the recent price action,” the firm said in its newsletter.
At the moment of writing this article, BTC is trading in the green, and the king coin is priced at $22,281. ETH is also trading in the green and the coin is priced at $1,631.
For many institutional investors, crypto’s volatility is a money-making opportunity, regardless of its direction.
In a new YouTube video, Svenson addressed the fact that he does not see a Bitcoin rally to $50,000 as something that could happen right away.
“It’s likely going to take Bitcoin a long time to get there and saying prices like $50,000 seem completely absurd to most people. But this is usually what Bitcoin does. It usually does the thing that you don’t think it’s going to do.”
Kevin Svenson said recently that a bullish macro shift is happening now for Bitcoin.
“We are now breaking the largest falling wedge in Bitcoin’s history. It stems back from 2021 to 2022 to 2023… We are starting to break out. We’ve got to, of course, get some daily and weekly closes above this trendline, but this could be a major paradigm shift for the price of Bitcoin.”
He continued and said this:
“And really, the most interesting part about this is if you take the falling wedge measurement for the target and you bring it over to the breakout zone, it exceeds $50,000.”