Discover in video Vincent Ganne’s macroeconomic and technical analysis of January 3, 2023 on the Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), BNB and Crypto.com (CRO) cryptocurrencies. This week, Vincent looks at the fundamental and technical criteria to follow for 2023.
2023: the end of the bear market?
The year 2022 is to be forgotten for the cryptocurrency market, this one being one of his worst years in his 14-year existence. What are the fundamental and technical factors that will create the trend in the first part of the new year?
Vincent Ganne brings you a fundamental overview and technical analysis on Crypto.com’s Bitcoin, Ether, BNB and CRO:
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