by Marvin Dumont
Bullish sentiment continues to define the new year and new decade among cryptocurrency investors. Cryptos soared to a $263 billion market cap in the past week, representing a 38% gain since the start of 2020.
That pushed Bitcon (BTC) to nearly $9,600 on 65% dominance. The pullback to $9,200 still means a 28% gain for traders.
How long will the positive sentiment last? CoinDesk’s Omkar Godbole wrote on Feb. 4:
If the 200-day average support holds ground, a fresh move higher toward $9,600 could be seen. The overall trend will remain bullish as long as prices are holding above $8,200.
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