Jan.9-Jan.15(BTC)Weekly market recap

As predicted in our last recap, all 11 BTC ETFs were approved. A new era has arrived for crypto. This means that more American entities will be able to purchase BTC through asset management companies. We learned from Bloomberg that the the trading volumes of the 11 BTC ETFs in the first two trading days were $4.6 billion and $3.1 billion respectively. Although for GBTC, many speculators chose to sell and leave, more funds entered the BTC ETF.

After the BTC ETF was approved, BTC did not break through 50000, but ETH rose even more. We mentioned in the previous recap that the BTC ETF may have been priced ahead of time. Of course, this part is only for approval and will not affect the long-term bullish trend. So it’s understandable when traders start going long on the ETH\BTC rate. The picture above is what we used in the previous recap to show how far ahead BTC is relative to ETH. However, after ETH rose, BTC and ETH have almost returned to the same level. After all, the market will begin to price the ETH ETF and the upcoming Dencun upgrade, which will benefit the ETH Layer2 ecosystem.

BTC did not stand above 50000 because the ETF was approved. Instead, they gave up their previous profits and returned to below 44000 again. The pin-bar is very long, and the decline is accompanied by a lot of trading volume. From an indicator perspective, the ME indicator continues to maintain a positive bullish trend. But from the WTA indicator, we see the appearance of destructive candles, accompanied by blue bars representing whales. It is difficult for BTC to resume its rise quickly. We maintain resistance 48000 and support 38000.

To sum up, there is a high probability that BTC will remain volatile near the current level. The approval of the BTC ETF will allow U.S. capital to flow into the market again, and the correlation with U.S. stocks may increase, causing volatility to begin to decrease.

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