Bitcoin Volatility Declines to 1-Month Low; What to Expect?
Bitcoin expects to undergo major price swings in the coming sessions as its price volatility hits its lowest levels in more than a month.
A report from Kraken has identified last month’s BTC volatility at levels not seen since the ‘Black Thursday’ crash of early 2020. With Bitcoin rallying from $30,000 to $42,000 and back again during January, BTC’s annualized volatility rose to levels last seen in April 2020, according to a new report from U.S. crypto exchange Kraken.January was a roller-coaster ride for Bitcoin, with BTC rallying 46% to a new high of $41,989 before retracing 32% to below $29,000. This resulted in the annualized volatility spiking to over 100% — which was last seen 10 months ago during the infamous ‘Black....
While the United States prepares for the results of the 2020 Presidential Election, a number of data points and traders expect some significant cryptocurrency price fluctuations this week. Statistics from skew.com show bitcoin’s 30-day implied volatility has increased to 59% while 3-6 month stats jumped over 62%. The digital currency economy is hovering at around $388 billion, which is a giant jump from where it was during the last U.S. election in 2016. For instance, during the 2016 presidential race, the price of bitcoin (BTC) was around $709. Since then the crypto-asset BTC has....
Bitcoin continues to observe new yearly lows for volume as volatility also continues to decline further. Bitcoin Volume And Volatility At Yearly Lows As per an Arcane Research report, the 7-day average trading volume for BTC continues to hit yearly lows. This is the third consecutive week that the indicator has plunged down. The below […]
180-day volatility dropped to its lowest level since Nov. 2018
According to a number of different data points, bitcoin whales saw last week’s volatility and price declines as a chance to accumulate.