I look at this chart and I see a rounded (flattened) bottom that took all of last year to form, then a breakout above that year range - a possible sign of a new bull market. Price needs to break back down into the 2015 ~ 2016 price range ($167 ~ $319) for any real confirmation of bearishness in the longer term outlook. What we're seeing now is in all likelihood a temporary pullback, allowing time for energy to build back up (allowing time for longer term moving averages like the yearly, 252 day SMA, to catch up with price), so that the upward momentum can continue.
The market on BTC may still be a little overbought as of yet, but I think that will quickly change once the 1 and 2 year moving averages close in on the price.
Like I said, to be in a price range for nearly a year and then break to the upside with good volume is a good sign for bulls. Now, for the first time since price was breaking down through $600, off of the $1000+ high, the yearly moving average is sloped up, another long-term bullish sign.
Fundamentals are mostly out the window right now, IMO. We're talking about a revolutionary technology that's been growing exponentially in usage since 2009, with over a 100 times more transactions per day now than in 2009. How do you place a value on this? How to foresee if or when the growth ends?
Speaking strictly from a technical analysis perspective, there are some long term bullish signs in play. Really, the only thing that's missing is putting in a new high above the ~$700 pivot price that set this into confirmed downtrend.