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Crypto Analyst Uses Historical Data To Show When The Bitcoin Price Will Reach $207,000

A crypto analyst has laid out a scenario where the Bitcoin price could rise above $200,000 by June. This is based on a historical occurrence that could play out again following BTC’s recent run above its previous all-time high (ATH).

How BTC Could Rise To $207,000 By June

The anonymous analyst behind the prominent crypto X (formerly Twitter) account, Bitcoin Archive, alluded to the 2021 bull run when Bitcoin’s price more than tripled in just 103 days after breaking the previous cycle’s ATH. That means Bitcoin could run to $207,000 by June if history repeats itself. 

Bearing the Bitcoin Halving event in mind, Bitcoin’s price tripling by June looks feasible. Bitcoin’s price has more than tripled 90 days after previous Halving events. Considering that Bitcoin surpassed its previous ATH even before this Halving, which is set to take place in April, the flagship crypto could also achieve this exponential price surge in record time this time around. 

This narrative is supported by the fact that Bitcoin’s demand continues to exceed its supply, and the supply will be further reduced when miners’ rewards are cut in half. Therefore, although ambitious, a price surge of such magnitude cannot be ruled out. 

Moreover, crypto analyst MacronautBTC already calculated how Bitcoin’s price could rise to $237,000 based on the imbalance between supply and demand. BTC rising to $207,000 by June will no doubt defy expectations, with analysts like Skybridge Capital CEO Anthony Scaramucci not expecting such a price surge until next year. 

Scaramuci had predicted that Bitcoin would rise to $170,000 18 months after the Halving event. Meanwhile, Tom Dunleavy, Partner and Chief Investment Officer (CIO) at MV Capital, took a conservative stance when he mentioned that Bitcoin could rise to as high as $100,000 this year. 

What Next For Bitcoin?

Bitcoin has cooled off following its rise to a new ATH of $69,000. As to the next move the flagship crypto could make, crypto analyst Satoshi Flipper suggested in an X post that Bitcoin could consolidate between $65,000 and $70,00 for a few weeks before breaking its ATH again. 

This aligns with Alex Thorn’s (Head of Research at Galaxy Digital) analysis, where he noted that BTC could follow a similar path to December 2020. Back then, BTC touched its prior ATH of $20,000, then traded 11.3% lower for the next 15 days before going on to “definitively” break its ATH.

At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading at around $66,000, up in the last 24 hours, according to data from CoinMarketCap. 

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