“It may take Bitcoin and other major crypto assets well over several months to begin showing evidence of accumulation in the cryptocurrency exchange market and on over-the-counter (OTC) trading platforms,” reports CCN. “Until then, most analysts expect a high level of volatility in a low price range, which may lead BTC to revisit its yearly low.”

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Some smaller digital currencies could be vulnerable to declines if bitcoin continues scuffling and liquidity in the crypto market remains slack.

“Especially if Bitcoin endures another correction prior to establishing a bottom, perhaps by the end of the second quarter of 2019, illiquid and low market cap crypto assets could experience a free fall without sell pressure, resulting in large losses against both Bitcoin and the U.S. dollar,” reports CCN.

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