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Ether will face more volatility than bitcoin over the next six months, according to how options have been priced in recent weeks.
The path of least resistance for bitcoin is still to the higher side. In the short run, though, a deeper pullback may be in the cards.
Bitcoin's bulls look to have run out of momentum following a five-day streak of gains.
For the first time in three months, bitcoin’s price is being quoted in five digits to the left of the decimal.
Bitcoin futures listed on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange rose to multi-month highs, breaking above $10,000 early Friday.
In just seven weeks, bitcoin has recovered over 45 percent of the value lost in the second half of 2019.
While bitcoin hit fresh three-month highs on Wednesday, open interest in monthly bitcoin futures on the Intercontinental Exchange's (ICE) Bakkt platform jumped to record highs.
Bitcoin's rally has picked up in the last 24 hours, setting the stage for a test of $10,000. At the same time, a number of alternative cryptos are outperforming even bitcoin.
The number of bitcoin on-chain deposits has dropped sharply over the last six months, indicating a strong optimistic or “HODLing,” sentiment in the market.