Bitcoin Analyst Says The BTC Leg Up Is Halfway: Next Stop $74,000?

Bitcoin Analyst Says The BTC Leg Up Is Halfway: Next Stop $74,000?

Bitcoin is firm, recently trending above $71,200 and easing past local resistance levels, much to the delight of holders. However, the current leg up is just the beginning for Willy Woo, an on-chain analyst. Bitcoin Rally Getting Started: Analyst Taking to X, Woo, who has been maintaining a bullish outlook for the world’s most valuable coin, boldly asserts that the current Bitcoin rally is only halfway through its welcomed bullish journey.  Sharing a chart, the on-chain analyst notes that the Bitcoin VWAP oscillator just bottomed up from oversold territory and is now at the zero....


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