Bitcoin (BTC) Price Closes Q2 with Third Best Result in History: Skew Analysts

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Tue, 06/30/2020 - 10:39
Vladislav Sopov
The expiring Q2, 2020 has been a period of great hope for Bitcoin (BTC) holders. Bitcoiners have spent it trying to lick the wounds of Black Thursday
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Analysts from the Skew research team, which addresses on-chain data for top-level cryptocurrencies, indicated that Q2, 2020 was very profitable for Bitcoin (BTC) bulls.

High base effect

According to the numbers revealed by Skew team, Bitcoin (BTC) managed to close quarterly statistics of price performance above its present level only twice.

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Such great quarterly closes enriched traders in Q4, 2017 and Q2, 2019. Also, Bitcoin (BTC) closed Q3, 2019 9% lower than it is closing today. The rest of the results are much weaker.

In terms of price performance, this quarter isn’t among the leaders even with very bright 42.43% gains. To compare, Q2, 2019 and Q2, 2017 brought triple-digit gains to owners of the king coin.

Prior to Q2, 2020, the Bitcoin (BTC) price had declined for three ‘closes’ in a row. Despite the ‘Xi Spike’, all three periods resulted in double-digit losses.

Nothing good happens in Q3

Typically, third quarters are very challenging for the flagship cryptocurrency. With the exception of the historic rally of 2017, it managed to gain 2.9% only once. 

So, ‘Sell in May and go away’, a mantra used by stock trading experts, has worked for the crypto segment as well.


As covered by U.Today Crypto News, Bitcoin (BTC) trader and corporate lawyer Levi Ackerman published a horrible prediction for Q3, 2020.

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About the author

Blockchain Analyst & Writer with scientific background. 5+ years in IT-analytics, 2+ years in blockchain.

Worked in independent analysis (Crypto Briefing) as well as in start-ups (Swap.online, Monoreto, Attic Lab etc.)

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