E Bitcoin & Ripple - Look Towards More Downside

  • Cryptocurrencies trade lower
  • Bitcoin moves five-wave cycle down
  • Ripple also unfolds wave v within a new five-wave cycle down 

As expected, cryptocurrencies are trading lower after President Joe Biden's national security adviser said on Monday that cybersecurity and examining the role of cryptocurrency in cyberattacks must be a “priority” for NATO and countries in the Group of 7 (G7) ahead of the two organizations' summits in Europe next month. 

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Not only this, even Former President Donald Trump called bitcoin a "scam against the dollar" and urged US regulators on Monday to take action to monitor it. 

So, there's room for more weakness now after that bearish triangle pattern has been broken on Bitcoin (BTCUSD) and we are tracking a new five-wave cycle down towards the 29k-25k zone if not even lower. 

Bitcoin (BTCUSD) 1h Elliott Wave Analysis Chart

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bitcoin Elliott Wave Analysis

At the same time, even Ripple (XRPUSD) can be pointing into a wave »v« within a new five-wave cycle, so Cryptos will probably stay under bearish pressure this week, at least for a short period of time. 

Ripple (XRPUSD) 1h Elliott Wave Analysis Chart

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ripple Elliott Wave analysis

Looking at other major ALTcoins, we are also expecting a new intraday five-wave drop, but we are not sure if it's still wave c of B or maybe alternatively wave 5, just keep in mind that May lows can be retested in both cases.

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William K. 2 weeks ago Member's comment

Certainly the alternative currencies are an attack against the dollar, even if not a scam. And just as certainly,The claimed value is based on a stack of sand. More stable than a house of cards, but not much more solid than said stack of sand.