Ethereum ‘about to go parabolic’ against Bitcoin as analysts weigh BTC bear case

One analyst believes that Ethereum’s Ether token (ETH), will launch a “parabolic attack” on Bitcoin to smash all highs.

2-week prediction of “crazy” move in ETH

ETH/BTC 1-month candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView

TradingView and Cointelegraph Markets Pro data show that ETH/BTC is at three-year highs. But, its next move should prove even more powerful.

Ethereum against Bitcoin is one bullish story in the crypto markets’ short-term this month.

Galaxy, a popular Twitter account, shared optimistic predictions about the largest altcoin.

He shared his excitement with followers by sharing a prediction chart.

“$ETH is about go into parabolic mode. You just have to wait to see what crazy things will happen.”

BINANCE: ETH/BTC 2-week candle chart annotated (Binance). Source: Galaxy/ Twitter

This week’s ETH/BTC price reached 0.085, the highest level since a short spike in May. Only 2018 is able to surpass that level, with some exchanges seeing a much higher ceiling than 2018.

The picture in USD terms is similar, with Ethereum setting new records in early November, and remaining within 20% of $5,000 ever since.

“This should in theory be the part where strength continues, we see that strong run on structure,” Pentoshi, a fellow trader, tweeted as part separate comments on Ethereum Friday.

Although not all evidence points to the $5,000 level being dropped, ETH/USD was trading at approximately $4,550 at the time this article was written.

ETH/USD 1-day candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView

Bull case for Bitcoin bullies

Bitcoin is, however, still in a conservative mood.

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Analysts are now beginning to believe that “bearish” theories have more credibility after several weeks of poor price performance. However, they remain bullish on BTC.

Bull case: OC supply dynamics: Illiquid supply, LTH supply and HODL waves. OC oscillators have never experienced exuberance/reset in summer – Summer saw OC behavior that resembled bear market – Funds have new PnLs January and are eager to take on risk – Macro uncertainty
— Will Clemente (@WClementeIII) December 2, 2021

Cointelegraph reported that while on-chain metrics are not cause for concern, small cues such as long-term holder sales activity point to decreased conviction.

After rising to “neutral” territory last week, Sentiment is now back in “fear”, the Crypto Fear & Greed Index measuring 31/100.

Crypto Fear & Greed Index. Source:

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