‘s dominance index (BTCD) has been falling since July 30 and broke out of a rising wedge on August 11. Sponsored Sponsored
Both the trend and the wave count appear to be bearish, so a continuation of the decline towards a new all-time low (ATL) could occur
Bitcoin Dominance Index has been rising inside a rising wedge since May 19. It consolidated inside this pattern until peaking at 49.24% on July 30. Since then, it has been moving downward.
On August 11, the breakout from the wedge occurred and since then the price has been moving downward at an accelerated pace. It is currently just above the support level at the 0.618 Fib retracement at 43.30%. If the price breaks down from this area, the next support will be at 39.60%.
has formed a bearish cross.
Therefore, it is likely that the trend as a whole is bearish.
Number of waves
has outlined a chart of Bitcoin’s dominance, stating that another decline towards a new ATL is likely. Source: Twitter The
most likely wave count supports the possibility that Bitcoin’s dominance indicator will reach a new ATL.
If the current move is part of wave five, then the most likely downside target is in the 33.9-35.5% range. This range is determined by the outer Fib retracement of wave four (black) and the length of wave one (orange).
Correlation with B
between BTCD (green) and BTC (orange) has been mostly negative for the past two weeks. This means that the increase in the price of BTC has caused a decrease in Bitcoin’s dominance index.
However, the relationship is not clear-cut. In the short term, the price increase has caused the BTCD to fall.
A continuation of the medium-term rise in Bitcoin’s price may actually cause BTC’s dominance rate to fall to a new ATL.
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