Five Signs That Say Altcoin Season Hasn’t Even Started Yet

Bitcoin has been trading at $50,000 and higher, reviving interest surrounding the cryptocurrency market and especially the altcoin sector. Ethereum and other top coins have all set new price records just as Bitcoin did, but have since started to correct. There are at least five technical signs, however, that suggest that this isn’t a top […]

Five Signs That Say Altcoin Season Hasn’t Even Started Yet

Bitcoin has been trading at $50,000 and higher, reviving interest surrounding the cryptocurrency market and especially the altcoin sector. Ethereum and other top coins have all set new price records just as Bitcoin did, but have since started to correct. There are at least five technical signs, however, that suggest that this isn’t a top in altcoins, but instead is a bullish retest and a prelude of the most powerful altcoin season yet. Crypto Market Crossroads: Bitcoin Dominance Ready To Dive, Alts To Soar Before even looking at the altcoin market cap at all, Bitcoin dominance tells a lot of the story ahead. BTC dominance is a metric that weighs the top cryptocurrency against the share of the rest of the market cap held by altcoins like Ethereum and Tether. The struggle for roughly 63% dominance has been a hard fought battle