Despite the massive decline in the cryptocurrency market since the start of 2018, many experts believe that there will be a significant bull run in the last quarter of the year. Such an occurrence would be in line with the trend that seems to have been established in the last couple of years.
Since 2016, the cryptocurrency market has ‘come alive’ in the last three months of the year. Take Bitcoin, for example, it began 2016 trading at $434 but ended the year at more than twice that value, at $963. Starting in October, the top-ranked cryptocurrency dispensed with its steady sideways price movement and began an almost constant price march by December 2016.