Litecoin has had a brutal “bull market” if you can even call it that for the once popular cryptocurrency built on Bitcoin’s code. However, that all might soon turn around, as a massive bounce is brewing on the LTCBTC trading pair.
A reversal on the trading pair could help Litecoin catch up to the rest of the market, which has already set new all-time highs and then some. If and when LTC recovers against BTC, the upside could be swift and violent. Here’s why.
How Long It’s Been Lights Out For This Altcoin’s Bull Market
Litecoin was an incredible performer at the height of the last bull market, rising to beyond $360 per LTC in a flash.
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Litecoin’s code is very similar to Bitcoin’s, giving it several key similarities that should be benefiting the “digital silver” counterpart currently, such as hard-coded scarcity.
Only 84 million LTC exist, a mere four times the amount of the BTC supply. And if scarcity is driving the demand behind Bitcoin, the fact that Litecoin isn’t at all following is confusing.
But a bounce is due, according to one crypto analyst‘s interpretation of the LTCBTC price chart.
A hidden dull div on the OBV could trigger a breakout of the falling wedge | Source: LTCBTC on TradingView.com
Smart Money Signals That Litecoin Is Ready To Bounce Against Bitcoin
The OBV is often regarded as the “smart money indicator” – named as such for its ability to pick up signals of movements before they begin to take effect in price action.
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Losing support would take LTCBTC to the lowest levels yet, but a full reversal here could take the altcoin back to highs on its ratio against Bitcoin.
Litecoin is one of the oldest cryptocurrencies and one of the few to hang onto the top ten assets by market cap for several years at a time, even despite an inability to reclaim its former price record.
Will Litecoin finally bounce against Bitcoin and make a full recovery?
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