- Veteran trader Tone Vays anticipates a bullish rally for Bitcoin (BTC) if it consistently closes above $43,500.
- Vays believes that breaking above this resistance level indicates a potential breakout from the current trading range.
- A rally to $48,000 is possible, with support from the 128-day moving average at $40,000.
- Vays predicts a surge in buying activity if BTC surpasses $50,000, driven by fear of missing out (FOMO).
Veteran trader Tone Vays has expressed his bullish outlook for Bitcoin, stating that he will become “super bullish” once BTC starts closing above $43,500. This level is seen as a key resistance point, and a breakout above it could signal a significant rally for the cryptocurrency.
Vays believes that Bitcoin is currently trading within a tight range, but he sees a path for it to break out and rally to $48,000. He suggests that a brief dip to the bottom of the range at $40,000, followed by a bounce off the 128-day moving average, could provide the necessary momentum for a sustained rally.
According to Vays, a sustained move above $50,000 would trigger a surge in buying activity, driven by fear of missing out (FOMO). He believes that this level would attract sidelined traders, leading to further rallies and potentially pushing Bitcoin towards its all-time high of $65,000.
At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading at $42,809. Vays’ analysis provides a potential roadmap for Bitcoin’s price action in the coming weeks and months, and investors will be closely watching to see if the cryptocurrency can break out of its current trading range and embark on a bullish rally.