The CEO of the blockchain-based crypto identity platform Civic says Bitcoin could soon rip through resistance and continue rising all the way to $12K.

Vinny Langham, who was bearish on BTC less than a month ago, says Bitcoin’s newfound return to volatility has him expecting a quick run to $12,000 followed by consolidation at $10,000.

Meanwhile, veteran trader Peter Brandt says BTC appears to have stabilized after its sudden drop from $9,000 to $8,400 on Thursday.

Brandt called Bitcoin’s collapse in January of 2018 and recently said Bitcoin’s recent parabolic rise could take the price of BTC as high as $300,000.

Right now, Bitcoin is up 1.67% at $8,550 according to COIN360. Ethereum is up 1.06% at $264.45 and XRP is up 0.69% at $0.4297.

Source: COIN360

Technical analysts are tracking Bitcoin’s bounce after this week’s sell-off, with mixed outlooks for altcoins.


Bitcoin Magazine – Bullish market structure upheld following strong sell-off

NewsBTC – BTC/USD pair facing solid resistance near the $8,600 mark


FXStreet – ETH/USD bounces off a critical area of support

Crypto Vibes – ETH below resistance at $280, likely to keep falling in short term

XRP, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Tron, Cardano

CoinCodex – XRP market consolidating on medium-term trend

FX Empire – Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin and XRP push for bullish start to June

NewsBTC – Crypto Market Primed For Gains: Bitcoin Cash, EOS, TRX, ADA Analysis

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