At a time of growing excitement in the cryptocurrency market about Bitcoin’s 2024 bull run, a renowned analyst has shared his surprisingly positive outlook on Bitcoin’s future. Michaël van de Poppe, known for his influential social media presence, revealed to his followers his bullish analysis of Bitcoin’s recent performance, highlighting unexpected market strength.

“To be fair, I am positively surprised by Bitcoin’s current strength. It’s already at $46,500. It seems likely that we are looking for liquidity above the highs and perhaps above $51,800 before the halving. The markets are strong. 20% drops in Bitcoin are a buy,” Van de Poppe shared, highlighting the market’s robustness.

The analyst pointed to significant inflows into Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs) as a key catalyst for a potential astronomical rise in Bitcoin’s price, possibly surpassing the $250,000 mark. “Inflows into Bitcoin ETFs are +$1.8 billion in the first few weeks. This is higher if you reduce the grayscale output by FTX’s forced liquidations. The start of a bull cycle and a $250,000+ Bitcoin,” he explained, signaling a promising horizon for the leading digital asset.

With the value of Bitcoin hovering around US$47,256, Van de Poppe suggested that, before the next Bitcoin halving, expected in April, the price could reach between US$53,000 and US$55,000. He highlighted a potential price range of $48,000 to $50,000 in the near term, but admitted that recent market strength could push those limits further.

The Bitcoin halving, an event that halves the reward per block mined, is widely recognized as a significant driver of Bitcoin’s value over time. Van de Poppe also anticipates that the altcoin market will follow in the wake left by Bitcoin, projecting a market cycle that could peak at between $10 and $15 trillion.

This analysis offers an optimistic outlook for investors and cryptocurrency market enthusiasts, suggesting considerable growth potential for Bitcoin and the broader crypto market in the coming months.

At the time of publication, the price of BTC was quoted at US$47,242.20 with a drop of 0.3% in the last 24 hours.


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