- January has typically not been Bitcoin’s ‘best month’ since 2013.
- Bitcoin drove the total market value to $2 trillion in 2022.
- February has historically been Bitcoin’s best ‘returning month.’
Crypto expert Daan Crypto reported in his latest tweet that January has typically not been Bitcoin’s ‘best month.’ He backed his claim with data showing that a negative return resulted in 60% of the months since 2013.
According to CNBC, Bitcoin has had a good year with an upward trend of 70% percent since the start of 2021, driving the whole market to a total value of $2 trillion.
As per Daan Crypto, February has historically been Bitcoin’s best ‘returning month.’ He also said that Bitcoin sits between the “Christmas Range” of $16,700-$16,900.
Further, the analysis added:
Besides that, February has been one of $BTC’s best returning months. Keep in mind that this data is not a reliable indicator for future returns. Use in confluence.
Since the inception of cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin is typically seen as the poster child of the crypto market. However, the market plummeted across the board after the FTX crash, and Bitcoin was no exception. After a tumultuous 2022, all eyes are focused on Bitcoin as we enter 2023.
As per a tweet from crypto analyst Ali Martinez, Bitcoin is trapped between two major supply obstacles.
Considering Bitcoin’s meteoric rise over the past years, much of the community believes it will lead the next crypto bull market, despite its current position. Given Bitcoin’s finite supply, many investors anticipate a reduction in its volatility and security against inflation with the hope that Bitcoin will boom soon.