The price of Bitcoin seems to be on the rise once more, and while the rise that the coin has been seeing in the past two months has been gradual and rather hesitant — it still proves that the largest crypto is slowly dragging the space out of the bear market. The bearish 2018 left a large mark on Bitcoin price, and the crypto winter still has a minor influence, but the main reason why the coin’s value remains low now might be the lack of large cash flow.
Even so, Bitcoin has seen some significant recovery recently. After reaching the lowest point in 2019 at the price of $3,400 on February 7th, BTC managed to steadily grow by over 13%. Immediately after the coin reached this low point, a series of bull runs started bringing it up, past several resistance levels.
The largest ones were at $3,600 and $4,000, but the coin currently remains above both, with its price at the time of writing being at $4,057. Further, BTC managed to remain above the $4,000 mark for nearly two weeks, not counting one minor drop that occurred on March…