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The cryptocurrency space has been subject to high volatility after Bitcoin finally surged to $53,000. After hitting this level, the cryptocurrency faced notable declines in its value. However, a crypto analyst has predicted that the price might continue to surge, highlighting the enduring strength of Bitcoin’s upward momentum

BTC Price Needs To Hold Steady

Despite the recent bearish trends seen in the last few days, a prominent crypto analyst, Michael van de Poppe, has maintained an optimistic outlook on Bitcoin’s price. Sharing a BTC price chart, the crypto analyst emphasized Bitcoin’s current position above $50,000, which shows strength. 

However, he revealed that there is the potential for a more extensive price correction if Bitcoin fails to hold its current resistance area. Reassuring the crypto community, Poppe clarified that although price corrections can be sharp and “nasty,” they typically prove short-lived.

The analyst also disclosed that despite the success of the Spot Bitcoin ETF market, relying solely on ETF inflows will not be enough to propel the price of Bitcoin to $100,000 within two months. He affirmed that Bitcoin’s price trend is still very bullish, noting that surges are more likely to unfold gradually over time, rather than in a single rapid moment.

Analyst Projects Bitcoin Surge To $58,000

In his X posts, Poppe highlighted two potential scenarios for Bitcoin’s price movements. The analyst suggested a possible inclination towards a downward trend, emphasizing the critical zones to watch within the $48,000 to $49,500 price ranges. 

On the flip side, Poppe revealed that the price of Bitcoin could also experience a surge to new highs. He explained that if Bitcoin successfully breaches certain high levels, then the cryptocurrency could achieve a local top of $54,000 to $58,000. 

Furthermore, the crypto analyst presented a Bitcoin price chart, which illustrated a substantial uptrend for Bitcoin. He anticipated a short-term correction for the cryptocurrency, followed by a potential price surge to levels close to $60,000. 

“I’m expecting a short-term correction before a final push to $54-58K and then we’re likely done with this current pre-halving run,” Poppe stated