Bitcoin’s volatility continues as it immediately drops after inching closer to $20,000.
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Half of all the Bitcoin options are set to expire this week and analysts note that the event could spike its volatility.
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At the current level, Ethereum is still 38% away from its peak of $488 reached on Sept. 1.
The recent slump in volatility will spark a Bitcoin rally, says Kraken, adding that most previous volatility slumps were followed by an average of +150% price upsurge.
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Ethereum, which leads the rally of all crypto assets dipped and rebounded within minutes on Binance Futures.
With Bitcoin now at $11,000, traders are focusing on what effect will the $745 million worth of BTC options expiring this Friday will have on the benchmark cryptocurrency's price.
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Bitcoin Historical Volatility (HV) is a chart indicator that has shown in the past that BTC price is expected to move once HV drops to 40.
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