Crypto Experts Warn of Incoming Bitcoin Price Drop After Hasrate ATH in March

In the world of cryptocurrency, Bitcoin has always been the talk of the town, and the market is always on the lookout for any indicators that could hint at potential price movements. One such early warning sign is Bitcoin’s hashrate, and according to CryptoQuant, the cryptocurrency saw a new all-time high (ATH) in hashrate on March 23rd.

While it took a bit longer than usual, this increase is said to be playing out like all previous cases, which is why many are closely monitoring it as an indicator for incoming price movements. For those who follow this metric closely, a continuation to the upside of no more than 10% is usually followed by at least a 7% move down from the price of Bitcoin at the time of hitting the new ATH in hashrate.

Source: CryptoQuant

Based on this analysis, in the current scenario, BTC’s price could potentially go down to at least 25k, and there is a high likelihood of touching closer to 23k if we take into account the minimum and average price % drop in the past. It is also noted that in previous cases, it has taken around a month for this trend to play out. As a result, the downward price action could happen very soon, or this signal may get invalidated.

It is essential to understand that these metrics are not guarantees of future price movements and that cryptocurrency markets can be highly unpredictable. However, they serve as valuable early warning signs that help traders and investors make informed decisions. It is also important to note that cryptocurrencies are highly volatile assets and are not suitable for all investors.

As always, investors should approach cryptocurrency markets with caution and conduct their research before investing their money. Nevertheless, with the Bitcoin hashrate hitting a new ATH, the market will be closely watching to see how this indicator plays out in the coming days and weeks.

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