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Historical Bitcoin Price Trends Are Traditionally Bearish In September, While BTC Market Revivals Follow In October

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Historical Bitcoin Price Trends Are Traditionally Bearish In September, While BTC Market Revivals Follow In October

Half of September has passed and bitcoin traders are curious about where the price is headed next, as September is traditionally a bearish month for crypto prices. Furthermore, October is known to be a bullish month as bitcoin has been profitable in October more than 77% of the time. Data shows the leading crypto asset’s price trend may not break September’s historical trends, but very well could see a revival next month.

Bitcoin Traders Patiently Wait for September to End

This month’s bitcoin price data indicates that bitcoin (BTC) is following the same trend it has followed over the last decade. Typically BTC prices in September are awful and this month has been no different. 3,303 days ago, bitcoin prices slipped from $240 per unit to $138 per bitcoin on September 1, 2013. Bitcoin prices were in the red in September 2014 as well, as BTC’s U.S. dollar value started the month at $482.28 per unit. BTC’s USD value slipped that month 21.79% lower to $377.18 per coin by the end of September 2014.

Bitcoin/ U.S. Dollar 30-day chart on September 17, 2022.

Similarly in 2015, BTC’s value in September was higher during the first of the month, and ended lower 30 days later. In 2016, BTC’s value in September dropped 1.41% lower and in September 2017, BTC’s price lost 19.64% that month during the 30-day span. From the beginning of September 2018 to the end of the month, bitcoin’s U.S. dollar value shed 8.89%. In September 2019, BTC lost roughly 16.94% during the course of the month. September 2020 was a decent month for BTC, as it remained bullish and gained 4.81% against the U.S. dollar at the time.

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Most people remember what happened in 2021, as BTC’s price was lower and bearish sentiment engulfed the trading community last September. While BTC had a sub-par month in September 2021, the price rebounded in October and it reached a lifetime price high on November 10, 2021. The last decade of bearish September months has made it so traders would like to be woken up when the month ends, as October bulls could revive the price. The patterns over the last decade show that while September is typically bearish, October is usually bullish in contrast.

Bitcoin Price Moves Sideways, Crypto Traders Await Fed Rate Hike, October Price Patterns Give Hope

Moreover, BTC’s price during the last two weeks has already dropped lower, after a brief spike that took place before The Merge. Kitco.com market analyst Jim Wyckoff noted on Friday that BTC markets are quiet and consolidating. “Price action is quieter, sideways and choppy, with bulls and bears on a level overall near-term technical playing field,” Wyckoff explained on September 16. “A drop in prices below chart support at the September low would give the bears fresh power to suggest a new leg down in prices. A move in prices above chart resistance at this week’s high would recharge the bulls, to suggest further gains,” the analyst added.

However, the crypto economy has been correlated with U.S. equities during the last 12 months or more and next week, the U.S. Federal Reserve is expected to raise the benchmark interest rate by 75 basis points. It’s quite possible that bitcoin (BTC) prices drop another leg down after the federal bank rate is increased. If the crypto economy does drop lower, it’s also quite possible a rebound in October could come to fruition as price patterns have shown in the past.

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Another 5,000 Bitcoin Sourced From Mt Gox Wake Up After Close To 9 Years Of Dormancy

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Another 5,000 Bitcoin Sourced From Mt Gox Wake Up After Close To 9 Years Of Dormancy

Last week Bitcoin.com News reported on two old bitcoin addresses created in 2013 sending 10,001 bitcoin to a myriad of wallets. Heuristics and clustering techniques indicate that the bitcoins were associated with Mt Gox, roughly around the same time the exchange was hacked in June 2011. Five days later, 5,000 bitcoins were transferred from a wallet created on the same day in 2013, and the stash of coins were also connected to Mt Gox in some type of fashion.

The Onchain Tale of 15,001 Bitcoin Associated With the Mt Gox Saga

Another 5,000 so-called ‘sleeping bitcoins,’ from a wallet created on December 19, 2013, were transferred on September 4, 2022. The action, caught by Btcparser.com, took place five days after 10,001 bitcoin (BTC) moved from two bitcoin addresses created close to nine years ago on the same day in 2013. The 5,000 BTC sent on Sunday, September 4, 2022, have a mysterious history as they are associated with the now-defunct Mt Gox bitcoin exchange right around the same time the exchange was hacked in June 2011.

In June 2011, Mt Gox was hacked and reports at the time noted that 25,000 BTC was stolen from the exchange that was siphoned out of 478 accounts. After the breach, an individual published the Mt Gox userbase on Pastebin in plaintext with hashed passwords. On Sunday, June 19, 2011, Mt Gox saw volatile trading activity and that day, BTC’s price dropped from $17 per unit to $0.01 per unit. 2,000 BTC was reportedly stolen on June 19, 2011, as well. The BTC address “1McUC” is somehow associated with the Mt Gox saga and was created on June 19, 2011. The bitcoin address “1McUC” is also connected to the 15,001 BTC that moved on August 28, August 29, and September 4, 2022.

When our newsdesk reported on the 10,001 BTC associated with Mt Gox, there wasn’t much fanfare about the coins moving. Coindesk columnist Jocelyn Yang, however, discussed the situation with a data engineer at Coin Metrics. The engineer said the bitcoins from 2013 may have been associated with “an old Kraken cold storage address, a Kraken OTC (over the counter) deal, [or] a Kraken user.” Then on September 3, 2022, the OXT researcher Ergobtc published a Twitter Thread that cites our report quoting OXT user Taisia, the admin of the GFISchannel Telegram group.

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“By referring to the work of a well-informed OXT user, bitcoin.com [is] much closer to the mark than Coindesk,” Ergobtc said. “Despite a Kraken deposit, these coins are not sourced from Kraken. They are however sourced from Mt Gox and possibly controlled by Jeb McCaleb.”

Ergobtc further discussed the two addresses (1,& 2) and explained how OXT can backtrack the source of the coins. “Doing so leads to a large cluster with a user annotation,” Ergobtc details. “The user annotation to this cluster links to a blog post by @wizsecurity blog. Wizsec is the Mt Gox saga expert. The blog post references an address belonging to Jeb McCaleb and wrongfully claimed by CSW.”

The Twitter thread further explains that the second transaction for 5,000 BTC was “clearly made to Coinbase.” The OXT researcher added:

Evidenced by the telltale denomination splitting with secondary splits down to 10 BTC. Splits are co-spent with Coinbase clustered addresses. These coins are sourced from the Gox saga, and possibly controlled by Jeb McCaleb. Two txs for 5K BTC were sent to Kraken and Coinbase.

Another Strange Transaction Associated With Mt Gox Moves on September 4

At block height 752,637, on September 4, 2022, 5,000 BTC was sent from “18xGH” and the address was created on the same day (December 19, 2013) as the two addresses that sent 10,001 BTC on Sunday, August 28, and Monday, August 29, 2022. Moreover, by backtracking the transactions, the 5,000 BTC are also connected to the Mt Gox saga and the address “1McUC.” At the time of writing, the address “bc1qp” held 4,929.43 BTC that stemmed from the 5,000 sent on Sunday. By Monday morning, 8:00 a.m. (ET), the coins were dispersed to a myriad of multi-signature bitcoin addresses. Bitcoin.com News spoke with the admin of the GFISchannel Telegram group Taisia about the latest movement.

Onchain visual provided by the GFISchannel administrator Taisia.

“The situation is quite strange,” Taisia told Bitcoin.com News. “The dev of oxt.me confirmed to us that in his opinion, the bitcoins are indeed connected with Mt Gox, and possibly belong to Jed McCaleb.” The GFISchannel administrator also said she spoke with the former Mt Gox CEO Mark Karpeles who “did not directly confirm this information, although he did not rule out that it was ‘close to the truth.’”

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“If these are really McCaleb’s bitcoins, why won’t he make a statement to stop speculation on this topic?” Taisia asked during her conversation with Bitcoin.com News. “And, returning to the original question, why are all these movements going on right now? In the midst of the FUD with trustee payments and Vinnick’s recent extradition to the United States.”

Once again a blockchain parser, onchain analysis, and heuristics discovered thousands of bitcoins with an interesting past. These ancient bitcoins that sat idle for close to nine years only to wake up when BTC is trading for $19.9K. It should be noted that these coins have absolutely nothing to do with the bitcoin payments associated with the Mt Gox trustee, except for mere coincidental timing with the trustee’s latest update. Presently, Mt Gox creditors have not seen a hard date set for payment distribution, despite rumors and inaccurate reports last week saying this was the case.

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Top 10 PoW Dominance Evaporates 9 Years Later, Only Two Proof-Of-Work Coins Will Remain After The Merge

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Top 10 PoW Dominance Evaporates 9 Years Later, Only Two Proof-Of-Work Coins Will Remain After The Merge

The crypto community is patiently waiting for the highly anticipated Ethereum network upgrade from proof-of-work (PoW) to proof-of-stake (PoS) as The Merge is expected to happen 27 days from now. After Ethereum transitions from PoW to PoS, only two crypto assets in the top ten market cap rankings will be PoW tokens, which is a stark contrast to the top ten nine years ago.

The PoS Age Begins: Proof-of-Work Crypto Assets Disappear From Top Ten Market Cap Standings

This year, for the first time in crypto history, three stablecoins entered the top ten largest market cap positions. During the first week of May, Terra’s stablecoin UST made it into the top ten alongside USDT and USDC, but after UST’s depegging incident, the token fell from the top ten coin rankings. After UST’s implosion, the Binance Smart Chain-issued BUSD stablecoin joined the top coins by valuation and today, three stablecoins remain in the top ten.

That wasn’t the case nine years ago, on August 18, 2013, as there were no stablecoins in the top ten, because the stablecoin trend was not prevalent at all back then. In 27 days, Ethereum will change from PoW to PoS after operating as a PoW chain for seven years, and when that happens, only two coins in the top ten will be PoW tokens. The last standing top two PoW crypto tokens in the top ten will be bitcoin (BTC) and dogecoin (DOGE). This trend was also not prevalent nine years ago in 2013, when the top ten crypto tokens were mostly PoW coins.

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On August 18, 2013, bitcoin (BTC) was changing hands for $113 per unit and ethereum was nonexistent. In fact, the Ethereum blockchain did not launch for another 711 days after August 18, 2013, and litecoin (LTC) was the second-largest crypto token by market cap. Proof-of-stake crypto assets were conceptualized at the time, and in 2013 there were a number of hybrid proof-of-work and proof-of-stake tokens with peercoin (PPC) leading the charge. PPC was the first hybrid PoW/PoS blockchain introduced to the crypto community, and it was created by the pseudonymous developer Sunny King.

On August 18, 2013, the only coin that was not a proof-of-work token was XRP. Nine cryptocurrencies in the top ten were proof-of-work and some were hybrid PoW/PoS coins. Hybrid means that the network uses both proof-of-work and proof-of-stake.

Nine years ago, the PoW and hybrid PoW coins in the top ten included bitcoin (BTC), litecoin (LTC), namecoin (NMC), peercoin (PPC), feathercoin (FTC), novacoin (NVC), primecoin (XPM), terracoin (TRC), and infinitecoin (IFC). At that time in 2013, the only non-PoW coin in the top ten standings was XRP, and XRP is still in the top ten crypto market cap rankings in 2022. Close to seven years ago on August 23, 2015, there were fewer PoW coins in the top ten, even with ethereum (ETH) joining the ranks as a PoW coin.

At that time, only six PoW coins existed in the top ten, including BTC, LTC, ETH, DASH, DOGE, and BCN. At the time in 2015, hybrid PoW/PoS coins were pushed down in value and pure PoS networks started to become more prevalent. On August 23, 2015, banx shares (BANX) and bitshares (BTS) were among the most valuable PoS assets. BTS still exists and is worth $0.010 per unit today while BANX is non-existent following significant controversy.

Doge Holds Top Ten Position by a Thread

Two years later, six PoW coins still remained in the top ten on August 20, 2017. PoW coins included at that time were BTC, ETH, BCH, LTC, DASH, and ETC. BCH, LTC, DASH, and ETC no longer appear in the top ten standings. Further, a few other coins that once held positions in the top ten like IOTA, NEM, and NEO have also dropped out of the top ten standings since then. That was close to five years ago and today, DOGE and BTC are the last PoW coins standing in the top ten.

Bitcoin (BTC) and dogecoin (DOGE) The last two PoW crypto assets standing in the top ten crypto market cap positions.

Moreover, it’s worth noting that dogecoin (DOGE) is in the tenth position and is fairly close to polkadot’s (DOT) market cap in size. When The Merge takes place and Ethereum becomes a PoS chain, there’s a chance DOGE may not be in the top ten if prices change. If DOGE is knocked out and The Merge is complete, BTC will be the only proof-of-work digital asset out of the top ten largest crypto market capitalizations.

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Rap Star Snoop Dogg Believes Crypto Industry Will Bounce Back — Crash ‘Weeded’ Out Bad Apples

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This week, the rapper Snoop Dogg spoke about the crypto crash in an interview with CNBC on Tuesday and explained that he believes the cryptocurrency economy will bounce back. Snoop said that he feels like the crash “‘weeded’ out all of the people” that were not supposed to be in the space in the first place.

Snoop Says Crypto Crash Is Transitory and Great Choices Will Follow the Aftermath

Snoop Dogg thinks the current crypto crash is temporary and in time he believes the ecosystem will bounce back. Speaking with CNBC on Tuesday, the hip-hop recording artist discussed his current perspective on non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and cryptocurrencies.

While talking about NFTs, Snoop said that what drew him toward the digital collectibles space was the intellectual property (IP) ideas and “being able to own and control the whole IP and not be used as a face or marketing tool … but to actually be the owner, the CEO.”

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When Snoop was questioned about the current crypto market drawdown, he responded by saying that he doesn’t think it will last long.

“It’s crypto… It’s crypto, you know that right?” Snoop jokingly asked the CNBC reporter. “I feel like it was a beautiful industry that was created. I feel like every great industry has a downfall, there’s always a depression in every industry you could look at. Alcohol, tobacco, clothing, and food,” the rapper added.

Snoop continued by remarking that he thinks the crash is ridding the industry of bad apples. The recording artist and entrepreneur stressed:

I just feel like this ‘weeded’ out all of the people that wasn’t supposed to be in that space and all the people who were abusing the opportunities that were there. Now its going to bring great business, and moving forward the market will have great things to pick and choose from.

Hip-Hop Recording Artist Has Been Into Bitcoin Since 2013, Snoop Says Music Labels Will Have to Come to the Table When It Comes to NFTs

Snoop not only is an early rap star in the music world, selling 35 million albums worldwide, he’s also been into the digital currency space for a very long time. The hip-hop artist was one of the first rappers to accept bitcoin (BTC) for payment toward one of his studio albums.

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In 2013, after releasing his 12th record under the reggae persona “Snoop Lion,” Snoop explained that he wanted to accept BTC for payments for his next album. “My next record available in bitcoin n delivered in a drone,” the rapper tweeted at the time. When Snoop tweeted about his interest in accepting BTC, the crypto firms Bitpay and Coinbase responded to the recording artist.

“Hey Snoop Dogg. We can help you with that,” the Atlanta-based Bitpay replied to the musician. “We could make the bitcoin part a reality for you,” Coinbase told Snoop as well.

The musician responded to both companies and remarked that if they direct messaged him, he wanted to make it happen. No one is exactly sure how many albums the rapper sold for BTC, although, one bitcoin address (from Snoop’s old QR code) suggests the rapper only got around 0.01245982 before abandoning the idea.

During his interview on Tuesday, Snoop was asked about his interest in NFTs and he said that he knows NFTs will be big in the music industry because sooner or later the labels will have to jump in. “[The labels] are gonna have to come on home. They are going to have to sit at the table and understand that their catalogs and things that they hold onto are better served on the blockchain, [rather] than sitting in the catalog collecting cobwebs” Snoop said.

While Snoop’s label Death Row Records embraced NFTs, the rapper was asked if other music labels have come to Snoop for crypto advice. “All of them,” Snoop claimed and the Web3 entrepreneur known as Champ Medici also responded and said it wasn’t just music labels. “Movie studios, tech companies, beverage companies, everybody is rushing to Web3,” Medici told the CNBC reporter.

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Jamie Redman is the News Lead at Bitcoin.com News and a financial tech journalist living in Florida. Redman has been an active member of the cryptocurrency community since 2011. He has a passion for Bitcoin, open-source code, and decentralized applications. Since September 2015, Redman has written more than 5,700 articles for Bitcoin.com News about the disruptive protocols emerging today.

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