Bitcoin (BTC) Jumps 12% Today But Crowd Sentiment for Altcoins Turn Negative. End of Bull Run?

Published June 14, 2021 | Updated June 14, 2021

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Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany - April 17, 2018: Many coins of various cryptocurrencies

Bitcoin (BTC) Jumps 12% Today But Crowd Sentiment for Altcoins Turn Negative. End of Bull Run?

The overall cryptocurrency market is up 8% as of writing this story with Bitcoin (BTC) shooting 12% taking its overall market dominance above 45%. The Bitcoin price has shot up post-Elon Musk stating that Tesla will once again accept Bitcoin (BTC) payments once 50% of BTC mining turns on renewables.

Late Sunday evening, June 13, Musk responded to a tweet that alleged the Tesla chief of manipulating the BTC price and responsible for its pump and dump. Responding to it, Musk said:

“This is inaccurate. Tesla only sold ~10% of holdings to confirm BTC could be liquidated easily without moving market. When there’s confirmation of reasonable (~50%) clean energy usage by miners with positive future trend, Tesla will resume allowing Bitcoin transactions”.

This assurance from Musk was enough for Bitcoin enthusiasts to take its price higher. However, $40,000 stands a crucial resistance and any move above it will only confirm a sustainable move northwards. Last week, MicroStrategy’s Michael Saylor along with other North American Bitcoin mining industry players kickstarted the Bitcoin mining Council that aims to drive the industry towards renewable and sustainable energy mining solutions.

Crowd Sentiment for Top Altcoins Turn Negative

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Along with BTC today, even the altcoins have registered a good pullback. All of the top ten altcoins have registered a price jump of 5-10%. However, many of them are still trading under the key resistances.

On-chain data provider Santiment shows that the crowd sentiment for some of the top altcoins like Ethereum (ETH), Cardano (ADA), XRP, and Polkadot (DOT) has turned negative. But it also notes that this is the time for crypto bulls to scoop more supplies.

Another popular Chinese crypto market journalist Colin Wu also notes that the altcoin pullback is nearly half that of Bitcoin. Also, crypto trading volumes at CeFi and DeFi have been on a decline. Wu points out that this could probably be the end of the altcoin season and also the end of the bull run.

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