Market Cap
$568,415,317,612.42
Volume (24 H)
$30,269,679,895.38
BTC with marketcap of BTC
$29,848.9752
Bitcoin / U.S. Dollar Tweet Timeline of CredibleCrypto

BTC Sentiment Score of CredibleCrypto

Tweets

@CredibleCrypto

Looking forward to being bearish af after this wave up over 100k that I’m expecting completes. Seeing the way sentiment is now during a mid-cycle correction means the correction that corrects the entire bull cycle from 3k to 100k+ is going to be absolutely brutal. $BTC

May 17, 2022, 6:50 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

“Show me the charts and I’ll tell you the news” $BTC

May 17, 2022, 5:46 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

The argument for 13k-14k $BTC on the premise that past major bear markets have led to 80% declines from the top makes a major assumption- that 65k was the cycle top. It’s the same assumption people made at 30k in June ‘21 before we rallied to a new ATH of 65k 3 months later.

May 17, 2022, 5:23 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Crypto MC topped at 3T so far. If you think that’s the top of crypto wtf are you even still doing here lol. And if you don’t think that’s the top, then why look for lower? We are at 1.3T MC. If we’re not going to zero and we are going higher than 3T+ next…you do the math… $BTC

May 17, 2022, 5 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Expecting a choppy grind up on $BTC over the next couple months as dominance bleeds down a bit and our market bottom is formed. Still expecting a major rise in dominance after that (as BTC rallies to new ATH) and a major drop in dom after that (as alts play catch up as BTC tops).

May 17, 2022, 4:17 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

The most accurate floor model I have seen. No guarantees, but it has marked our bottom every time we have tapped it. Like the name, I see this as "confluence" and do not base my entire bullish thesis on it, but it certainly supports the idea that we have found our bottom. $BTC

May 16, 2022, 4:12 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Running flats are much more common than expanded flats when it comes to $BTC, but here are two examples of expanded flats (put in a local high, take the high, take the lows, resume uptrend) that have occurred in the past for BTC. In both instances we saw v-reversals follow. https://t.co/OLzUxfVntZ

May 13, 2022, 2:12 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

BTC dropped, but $ETH/BTC still didnt break down 🤔 Still expecting ETH/BTC to make it's way to the red line, but if capitulation on BTC didn't do it, what will? Imo this drop on $BTC wasn't our "major" pump or dump- it was the precursor to it. The precursor to our 5th wave. $BTC https://t.co/2f8ZnCHk7E

May 13, 2022, 1:44 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

BTC dropped, but $ETH/BTC still didnt break down 🤔 Still expecting ETH/BTC to make it's way to the red line, but if capitulation on BTC didn't do it, what will? Imo this drop on $BTC wasn't our "major" pump or dump- it was the precursor to it. The precursor to our 5th wave. $BTC https://t.co/2f8ZnCHk7E

May 13, 2022, 1:44 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

To make it very clear where I stand right now, CrediBULL is back. $BTC

May 13, 2022, 1:31 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Yes, models can be broken, but thus far, this one remains valid. We've now tapped the red line and have yet to close a daily below it. If this model is to remain valid, then bears won't know what hit 'em and our bottom is probs in. $BTC

May 13, 2022, 12:47 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

For having finally pushed below the lows this is a pretty lackluster follow through, which is what we want to see if this is a deviation. Will have to give it some time to develop but looks good so far. $BTC

May 11, 2022, 11:43 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

To be clear I’m not saying we are in a bear market- I’m saying EVEN in cyclical bear markets the prior cycle highs have not been reached, so I don’t expect them to be reached in this mid-cycle correction. $BTC

May 11, 2022, 9:51 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Now that lows have been taken the running flat is invalidated and the last corrective structure possible is an expanded flat. No I do not think we are going to see 20k as a drop to prior cycle highs has never occurred before even in a bear market. $BTC

May 11, 2022, 9:09 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Would be a miracle if we manage to hold the lows at 28.8k at this point, just a couple hundred dollars away for a second time. $BTC

May 11, 2022, 7:48 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

A new day and our lows still hold. Overnight we saw an aggressive push down but the lows were defended once again. Looks like a lower TF bear trap to me, let's hold 30k and pamp it please. $BTC https://t.co/CJsCzaySEM

May 11, 2022, 3:58 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Our first test of 32-33k was rejected. Still need to see this level reclaimed to be "safe". If we do break down, would expect an aggressive flush where the big boys are waiting to buy any $BTC that is panic sold before a reversal. Keep calm, let's see what tomorrow brings. https://t.co/cL0VgLjjfV

May 11, 2022, 8:01 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

I know that taking the lows at 28k at this point seems "guaranteed", but forgive me for waiting for that to actually happen before accepting I was wrong about those lows not being breached. It's only because I have seen us get this close and then reverse before- we all have. $BTC https://t.co/euUJk46DEc

May 10, 2022, 2:11 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

We really can't go much lower without hitting our lows so we need to make a stand here if the lows at 28k are to hold. The 32-33k region is a logical place for sellers to step in so if we can push past that we may get a nice squeeze and a mini v-reversal. $BTC https://t.co/yI7nmXSS5k

May 10, 2022, 1:57 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Lower TF bull divs showing up so we may see a pop to that daily supply in red before the flush to 29-32k. Either way whether it comes before or after I expect that daily supply region to act as resistance on the first test. $BTC

May 9, 2022, 12:20 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

No. $BTC

May 8, 2022, 5:44 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

I will add- this 29-32k region is not some new level I have come up with- we talked about this area 2 months ago. It was always a possibility until/unless our bottom was confirmed with a M1 close above 46.8k- which we never got. This 29-32k region is now likely to be tested. $BTC

May 8, 2022, 5:18 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Finex whale almost fully filled now, and the lows at 33k are looking juicy. This is what I am looking for as per my last tweet- flush into 29-32k untapped demand, bounce, higher low, pamp it. Again, not expecting 28k lows to be taken. $BTC https://t.co/oA2lyIdGw4

May 8, 2022, 5:11 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Lows at 34.4k almost taken, so eyes now on a flush into 29-32k along with filling that finex whale's bids. Dude doesn't miss. Not at my comp so no charts, this post is just so you guys don't blow up my phone asking what now lol. Still not expecting lows at 28k to be taken. $BTC

May 8, 2022, 2:28 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

For now, my focus is still on if we can make a higher low above 34.4k and break 40k for a rally to 44-45k. IF we lose the higher low at 34.4k I will assume we are going down to fill those bids, but until we have lost the lows at 34.4k I am looking for a rally to 40k+. $BTC https://t.co/4ymPcUabTq

May 6, 2022, 8:50 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Andddd he wants more. Again, this doesn't mean we MUST drop to these levels to fill these bids, but as stated previously these bids have been filled more often than not, so I personally think there is a higher liklihood that we see these levels than I did before. $BTC https://t.co/rexEMxoljY

May 6, 2022, 8:39 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Have hit my downside targets on this dip but $BTC still lingers on in the mid 30k's. Was hoping $BTC would have made a decisive move by now so have to be a little more cautious on $CRV in the immediate short term as if $BTC makes another swing lower this higher low may not hold. https://t.co/JXkNbTS9VE

May 6, 2022, 6:52 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Have hit my downside targets on this dip but $BTC still lingers on in the mid 30k's. Was hoping $BTC would have made a decisive move by now so have to be a little more cautious on $CRV in the immediate short term as if $BTC makes another swing lower this higher low may not hold. https://t.co/JXkNbTS9VE

May 6, 2022, 6:52 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Have hit my downside targets on this dip but $BTC still lingers on in the mid 30k's. Was hoping $BTC would have made a decisive move by now so have to be a little more cautious on $CRV in the immediate short term as if $BTC makes another swing lower this higher low may not hold. https://t.co/JXkNbTS9VE

May 6, 2022, 6:52 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

We got the bull div I was looking for overnight but haven't seen much follow through yet. Since this is a lower TF bull div we need to see some action soon or it won't mean much. $BTC https://t.co/S9NHH5a29t

May 6, 2022, 6:38 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

I'd love to see a straight pamp from here, but as I've said before, getting a nice classic bullish div into a key area of support/demand is always a good set-up for a reversal. Again, don't want to linger down here too long, so this should resolve within a day or two. $BTC https://t.co/msgh1II8NV

May 6, 2022, 6:29 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

As per my last update, $BTC volatility down dragged most of the market with it, but $CRV managed to put in a higher low and hold the consolidation structure lows. Today we saw a strong daily candle reclaiming lost support. Looking for a bit of a pullback and then a breakout. https://t.co/hApWVVY7nx

May 5, 2022, 12:23 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

💯 Been hearing nonstop the last few weeks about how Bitcoin can't rise with rate hikes and how this is bad for crypto. There are always two sides to every story/narrative, so best to focus on the chart. $BTC

May 3, 2022, 9:37 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Bids starting to get filled 🤝 $BTC https://t.co/siCpkZOZkR

May 3, 2022, 8:57 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Distribution top, re-accumulation bottom 🤝 $BTC

May 3, 2022, 7:18 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Guess who decided to make an appearance? Bids layered right under our last local low, and into that demand zone mentioned in prior tweets around 36k. This entity (assuming its the same one) has had a pretty high hit rate of getting bids filled. Let's see. $BTC https://t.co/sIbDXRYX7x

May 2, 2022, 4:10 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

A very spontaneous, casual talk about the lows at 28k that many are eyeing. Will $BTC take the lows at 28k? Please like and share if you enjoy and/or take something of value from this, I do appreciate it. https://t.co/jVZ330foDc

May 2, 2022, 6:55 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Hmm who wants a spontaneous video update on $BTC and my thoughts on those 28k lows many are eyeing? Like this tweet and turn on tweet alerts if you're interested. Will tweet out the video link when this hits 1,000 likes.

May 2, 2022, 6 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Because my last major video on $BTC is still relevant today and there have been no major developments to necessitate another one...yet. When the time comes I'll make a new update vid- we are not quite there yet.

May 1, 2022, 12:15 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Invalidation hit, let’s see if we get that flush of the lows into demand at 36k’s. $BTC

May 1, 2022, 12:10 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

I will once we get a decision on $BTC here soon as it will decide the short term direction on most alts here.

April 29, 2022, 10:18 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

I am, most fishermen think the boat is sinking. $BTC

April 29, 2022, 9:34 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

We got our rejection as expected and are now in my area of interest- that being said as per my recent $BTC updates BTC volatility could affect CRV here as well. Let's see if we can get a bullish reaction off this level- something to work with. https://t.co/FK7mEOcXFu

April 29, 2022, 6:26 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Avoided a sweep of the lows at 36-37k by a hair. Equal highs above us into our RED region that we failed to reach earlier- not sure where we are headed in the short term as I can see arguments for both. Will watch and wait to see how things develop. HTF still BULLISH AF. $BTC https://t.co/p97utWDVd7

April 29, 2022, 8:12 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

This crab market is so boring just want the full version of @Bullieverse Bear Hunt to launch so I can pass my time shooting beras until $BTC starts the pamp 🐻🔫

April 29, 2022, 6:04 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Still valid one month later. Still think we are basing before our next leg up. Nothing has changed, so neither has my bias. Keep it simple. $BTC

April 27, 2022, 9:30 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Since my last chart we rejected off resistance and put in a higher low. We have been in this consolidation structure for 3 months now. Like $BTC, I think $CRV is basing before a full on reversal. Pullback to $2.20-$2.40 and then looking for a break of resistance. https://t.co/g1dxsCaLq5

April 25, 2022, 9:53 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Pullback was logical and expected, keep calm and #Bitcoin on. Vacation going great, will be back with more updates in a few days! $BTC

April 22, 2022, 12:04 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Up against our resistance region now- would expect a pullback to at least 39k from here soon. Again, this is just a base forming here before a full on reversal imo. $BTC https://t.co/aI8KMNZS3m

April 19, 2022, 8:59 p.m.

@CredibleCrypto

On LTF if we keep pushing would expect an initial rejection off of our lost weekly level followed by a pullback and further consolidation. I do believe that we are building a base for a reversal here in the high 30k's and low 40k's but will take some days to develop imo. $BTC https://t.co/cD9CJ3gD6a

April 19, 2022, 6:47 a.m.

@CredibleCrypto

Haven’t gotten this move down yet but also are not going to hold our weekly level at the close. Was going to make a video to share my thoughts but it’s a beautiful day out so going to relax and enjoy my Sunday. Will update tomorrow with my thoughts! $BTC

April 17, 2022, 11:29 p.m.

About Bitcoin

What Is Bitcoin (BTC)?

Bitcoin is a decentralized cryptocurrency originally described in a 2008 whitepaper by a person, or group of people, using the alias Satoshi Nakamoto. It was launched soon after, in January 2009.

Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer online currency, meaning that all transactions happen directly between equal, independent network participants, without the need for any intermediary to permit or facilitate them. Bitcoin was created, according to Nakamoto’s own words, to allow “online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without going through a financial institution.”

Some concepts for a similar type of a decentralized electronic currency precede BTC, but Bitcoin holds the distinction of being the first-ever cryptocurrency to come into actual use.

Who Are the Founders of Bitcoin?

Bitcoin’s original inventor is known under a pseudonym, Satoshi Nakamoto. As of 2021, the true identity of the person — or organization — that is behind the alias remains unknown.

On October 31, 2008, Nakamoto published Bitcoin’s whitepaper, which described in detail how a peer-to-peer, online currency could be implemented. They proposed to use a decentralized ledger of transactions packaged in batches (called “blocks”) and secured by cryptographic algorithms — the whole system would later be dubbed “blockchain.”

Just two months later, on January 3, 2009, Nakamoto mined the first block on the Bitcoin network, known as the genesis block, thus launching the world’s first cryptocurrency. Bitcoin price was $0 when first introduced, and most Bitcoins were obtained via mining, which only required moderately powerful devices (e.g. PCs) and mining software. The first known Bitcoin commercial transaction occurred on May 22, 2010, when programmer Laszlo Hanyecz traded 10,000 Bitcoins for two pizzas. At Bitcoin price today in mid-September 2021, those pizzas would be worth an astonishing $478 million. This event is now known as “Bitcoin Pizza Day.” In July 2010, Bitcoin first started trading, with the Bitcoin price ranging from $0.0008 to $0.08 at that time.

However, while Nakamoto was the original inventor of Bitcoin, as well as the author of its very first implementation, he handed the network alert key and control of the code repository to Gavin Andresen, who later became lead developer at the Bitcoin Foundation. Over the years a large number of people have contributed to improving the cryptocurrency’s software by patching vulnerabilities and adding new features.

Bitcoin’s source code repository on GitHub lists more than 750 contributors, with some of the key ones being Wladimir J. van der Laan, Marco Falke, Pieter Wuille, Gavin Andresen, Jonas Schnelli and others.

What Makes Bitcoin Unique?

Bitcoin’s most unique advantage comes from the fact that it was the very first cryptocurrency to appear on the market.

It has managed to create a global community and give birth to an entirely new industry of millions of enthusiasts who create, invest in, trade and use Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in their everyday lives. The emergence of the first cryptocurrency has created a conceptual and technological basis that subsequently inspired the development of thousands of competing projects.

The entire cryptocurrency market — now worth more than $2 trillion — is based on the idea realized by Bitcoin: money that can be sent and received by anyone, anywhere in the world without reliance on trusted intermediaries, such as banks and financial services companies.

Thanks to its pioneering nature, BTC remains at the top of this energetic market after over a decade of existence. Even after Bitcoin has lost its undisputed dominance, it remains the largest cryptocurrency, with a market capitalization that surpassed the $1 trillion mark in 2021, after Bitcoin price hit an all-time high of $64,863.10 on April 14, 2021. This is owing in large part to growing institutional interest in Bitcoin, and the ubiquitousness of platforms that provide use-cases for BTC: wallets, exchanges, payment services, online games and more.

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Bitcoin’s total supply is limited by its software and will never exceed 21,000,000 coins. New coins are created during the process known as “mining”: as transactions are relayed across the network, they get picked up by miners and packaged into blocks, which are in turn protected by complex cryptographic calculations.

As compensation for spending their computational resources, the miners receive rewards for every block that they successfully add to the blockchain. At the moment of Bitcoin’s launch, the reward was 50 bitcoins per block: this number gets halved with every 210,000 new blocks mined — which takes the network roughly four years. As of 2020, the block reward has been halved three times and comprises 6.25 bitcoins.

Bitcoin has not been premined, meaning that no coins have been mined and/or distributed between the founders before it became available to the public. However, during the first few years of BTC’s existence, the competition between miners was relatively low, allowing the earliest network participants to accumulate significant amounts of coins via regular mining: Satoshi Nakamoto alone is believed to own over a million Bitcoin.

Mining Bitcoins can be very profitable for miners, depending on the current hash rate and the price of Bitcoin. While the process of mining Bitcoins is complex, we discuss how long it takes to mine one Bitcoin on CoinMarketCap Alexandria — as we wrote above, mining Bitcoin is best understood as how long it takes to mine one block, as opposed to one Bitcoin. As of mid-September 2021, the Bitcoin mining reward is capped to 6.25 BTC after the 2020 halving, which is roughly $299,200 in Bitcoin price today.

How Is the Bitcoin Network Secured?

Bitcoin is secured with the SHA-256 algorithm, which belongs to the SHA-2 family of hashing algorithms, which is also used by its fork Bitcoin Cash (BCH), as well as several other cryptocurrencies.

What Is Bitcoin’s Role as a Store of Value?

Bitcoin is the first decentralized, peer-to-peer digital currency. One of its most important functions is that it is used as a decentralized store of value. In other words, it provides for ownership rights as a physical asset or as a unit of account. However, the latter store-of-value function has been debated. Many crypto enthusiasts and economists believe that high-scale adoption of the top currency will lead us to a new modern financial world where transaction amounts will be denominated in smaller units.

The smallest units of Bitcoin, 0.00000001 BTC, are called Satoshis (or Sats in short), in a nod to the pseudonymous creator. At Bitcoin price now, 1 Satoshi is equivalent to roughly $0.00048.

The top crypto is considered a store of value, like gold, for many — rather than a currency. This idea of the first cryptocurrency as a store of value, instead of a payment method, means that many people buy the crypto and hold onto it long-term (or HODL) rather than spending it on items like you would typically spend a dollar — treating it as digital gold.

Crypto Wallets

The most popular wallets for cryptocurrency include both hot and cold wallets. Cryptocurrency wallets vary from hot wallets and cold wallets. Hot wallets are able to be connected to the web, while cold wallets are used for keeping large amounts of coins outside of the internet.

Some of the top crypto cold wallets are Trezor, Ledger and CoolBitX. Some of the top crypto hot wallets include Exodus, Electrum and Mycelium.

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How Is Bitcoin’s Technology Upgraded?

A hard fork is a radical change to the protocol that makes previously invalid blocks/transactions valid, and therefore requires all users to upgrade. For example, if users A and B are disagreeing on whether an incoming transaction is valid, a hard fork could make the transaction valid to users A and B, but not to user C.

A hard fork is a protocol upgrade that is not backward compatible. This means every node (computer connected to the Bitcoin network using a client that performs the task of validating and relaying transactions) needs to upgrade before the new blockchain with the hard fork activates and rejects any blocks or transactions from the old blockchain. The old blockchain will continue to exist and will continue to accept transactions, although it may be incompatible with other newer Bitcoin clients.

A soft fork is a change to the Bitcoin protocol wherein only previously valid blocks/transactions are made invalid. Since old nodes will recognise the new blocks as valid, a soft fork is backward-compatible. This kind of fork requires only a majority of the miners upgrading to enforce the new rules.

Some examples of prominent cryptocurrencies that have undergone hard forks are the following: Bitcoin’s hard fork that resulted in Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum’s hard fork that resulted in Ethereum Classic.

Bitcoin Cash has been hard forked since its original forking, with the creation of Bitcoin SV. Read more about the difference between Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin SV here.

What Is Taproot?

Taproot is a soft fork that bundles together BIP 340, 341 and 342 and aims to improve the scalability, efficiency, and privacy of the blockchain by introducing several new features.

The two major changes are the introduction of the Merkelized Abstract Syntax Tree (MAST) and Schnorr Signature. MAST introduces a condition allowing the sender and recipient of a transaction to sign off on its settlement together. Schnorr Signature allows users to aggregate several signatures into one for a single transaction. This results in multi-signature transactions looking the same as regular transactions or more complex ones. By introducing this new address type, users can also save on transaction fees, as even complex transactions look like simple, single-signature ones.

Although HODLers will probably not notice a big impact, Taproot could become a key milestone to equipping the network with smart contract functionality. In particular, Schnorr Signatures would lay the foundation for more complex applications to be built on top of the existing blockchain, as users start switching to Taproot addresses primarily. If adopted by users, Taproot could, in the long run, result in the network developing its own DeFi ecosystem that rivals those on alternative blockchains like Ethereum.

What Is the Lightning Network?

The Lightning Network is an off-chain, layered payment protocol that operates bidirectional payment channels which allows instantaneous transfer with instant reconciliation. It enables private, high volume and trustless transactions between any two parties. The Lightning Network scales transaction capacity without incurring the costs associated with transactions and interventions on the underlying blockchain.

How Much Is Bitcoin?

The current valuation of Bitcoin is constantly moving, all day every day. It is a truly global asset. From a start of under one cent per coin, BTC has risen in price by thousands of percent to the numbers you see above. The prices of all cryptocurrencies are quite volatile, meaning that anyone’s understanding of how much Bitcoin is will change by the minute. However, there are times when different countries and exchanges show different prices and understanding how much Bitcoin is will be a function of a person’s location.

Where Can You Buy Bitcoin (BTC)?

Bitcoin is, in many regards, almost synonymous with cryptocurrency, which means that you can buy Bitcoin on virtually every crypto exchange — both for fiat money and other cryptocurrencies. Some of the main markets where BTC trading is available are:

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