The markets have displayed significant strength over the past few weeks. Bitcoin, on the other hand, is not really accelerating, but it does display some momentum. The market participants continue to remain bewildered, as they appear to be concerned about the impending trend as the debate over whether Bitcoin price action is bullish or bearish prevails within the space. The BTC price has sustained above-average gains, with a notable rise in dominance that suggests the markets have just begun to succeed and may be poised to regain the lost positions.
The total crypto market capitalisation and the altcoin market capitalisation have both reached pivotal levels. A breakout from these levels could suggest a rise from the prevailing sluggish trend, which could lay the strong foundation for a strong bullish swing ahead. The total crypto market cap has been forming constant higher highs and lows ever since it rebounded from the bottom below $800 billion.
Hence, as per a popular analyst, Michael van de Poppe, the next target could probably be $1.8 trillion, somewhere around the halving.
This breakout suggests a steep rise in Bitcoin and other altcoin prices that may even trigger a minor bull run in the coming days. Coming to the altcoin market cap, the levels have approached the edge of a descending consolidation. As the altcoins appear to be on the move, more tokens are expected to surge in the coming weeks.
The altcoin market cap, excluding Bitcoin and Altcoin, has reached the edge of the falling wedge and is trying to trigger a healthy rebound. If the trend replicates its previous move, then a rebound could lift the levels towards the highs of the wedge that are beyond $2 trillion. It may consume some more time than expected, which could be extended beyond 2025. However, the halving is expected to act as a strong base upon which the BTC price and the other altcoins may maintain a strong trend.