After falling below $30.000, the Bitcoin price managed to go up by around 7% over the last 24 hours. Currently, the coin trades at around $31.800.
Data from a cryptocurrency information platform Bybt shows that as Bitcoin dropped to its 1-month low of $29.360 yesterday, whales stepped in. In one hour, the entire network liquidated 135 M. The largest liquidation of 4.51 B was in Bybit's long orders.
In the last hour, Bitcoin has dropped to 29,554 U.S. dollars. Bybt data shows that the entire network liquidated 135 million in 1 hour, and the largest liquidation occurred in Bybit's long orders, which was 4.51 million.— Wu Blockchain (@WuBlockchain) July 20, 2021
As a result, the price went up. Analysts divide into two groups. Some predict future fall and some say the Bitcoin price will continue to increase as there are bullish signs.
Other cryptocurrencies also have seen growth in the last 24 hours. Ethereum, as well as BNB, gained around 9% and trade at $1930 and $288 respectively. Among the biggest gainers is Dogecoin, which went up by over 17.8% reaching $0.1955.
The total crypto market cap stands at about $1.29T, which is an 8.04% increase over the last day.