Bitcoin Rebounds to $30K Amid Wall Street Sell-Off, Chainlink Gains on Tech Upgrade

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‘s value saw a resurgence over the weekend, rebounding past the $30,000 mark, following a Wall Street sell-off. This surge in Bitcoin’s value has sparked heightened interest in cryptocurrencies, with Chainlink also showing strong performance due to its recent CCIP tech-stack upgrade. The overall crypto market cap stands at $1.2 trillion, marking a 2% increase from the previous day.

Prominent trader Pentoshi identified $28.9k as a key defensive area for Bitcoin bulls, laying the groundwork for the digital currency’s bullish momentum. Meanwhile, swing trader Roman Trading pointed out a potential bearish “head and shoulders” pattern that could push Bitcoin down unless it surpasses $31.8k. This view was disputed by the “Titan of Crypto”, who remains optimistic about Bitcoin’s trajectory.

Chainlink’s significant rise is attributed to its recent CCIP tech-stack upgrade that simplifies cross-chain transactions. This development has earned recognition from ANZ’s Lee Ross, who underscored Chainlink’s cross-chain capabilities.

The trading group Stockmoney Lizards anticipates a new Bitcoin bull market based on past halving patterns, predicting another surge due next year. Sentiment around the potential approval of spot Bitcoin ETFs in the U.S. is also on the rise. JP Morgan predicts multiple approvals for these ETFs, while BlackRock (NYSE:)’s CEO hinted at a possible “flight to quality” for Bitcoin.

Bitcoin advocate Michael Saylor from MicroStrategy shared an encouraging chart supporting this positive outlook. The top 10 tokens are showing diverse performance in this dynamic market landscape, influenced by market sentiments shaped by analysts and traders alike.

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