Nowadays, Bitcoin and cryptocurrency transactions are very popular. With the price increase and volatility in 2020, crypto traders have made a lot of money and lost a lot of money. In the past few years, many digital currency enthusiasts have been attracted by professional traders and analysts, who regularly publish technical analysis (TA) online. Crypto asset trading has exploded this year, and there are many experienced traders sharing secrets and short-term and long-term market prospects.
By using insight and technical analysis (TA) to reach peaks and falls, digital currency traders can make a lot of money. For example, if traders play their positions correctly, they may get a lot of time (358%) from the fall in mid-March (Black Thursday) to this week’s 2020 high of $16,495. This weekend, the price of BTC dropped a bit, and the current trading price of crypto assets is between $15,850 and $15,950 per unit.
This year, cryptocurrency enthusiasts have been following numerous crypto traders and analysts on social media platforms (such as Twitter) and charting sites (such as Tradingview). The following post is a collection of today’s most popular cryptocurrency traders, in no particular order, but their digital currency trading skills have attracted a large number of followers this year.
Tradingview-cryptocurrency traders and analysts
The website Tradingview is a portal that displays real-time quotes in the stock, futures, foreign exchange and cryptocurrency markets. The website is one of the most popular charting and technical analysis websites for crypto traders, and the portal also provides a social network for traders. When perusing the BTC/USD market section on Tradingview, you will see top traders sharing insights in recent days and historical statistics. On November 14, 2020 (Saturday), the top BTC/USD traders on Tradingview included six people who shared insights about Bitcoin market trends.
The top trader on Tradingview is a person named “Botje11” who runs his own public telegram group and often writes the latest news on the BTC/USD market. Botje11, a businessman from the Netherlands, joined the site three years ago. So far, he has shared 939 ideas. In addition, Botje11 has many reputation points and has 35,393 followers on Tradingview. The latest BTC/USD market outlook shared by Botje11 is on September 14, which is called the “integration phase of Bitcoin.”
Behind the trader Botje11 is “Magicpoopcannon”, a cryptocurrency trader based in the United States who also shares his trading ideas on the BTC/USD market. Magicpoopcannon (MPC) also joined three years ago and has 73,569 followers on the Tradingview website.Traders call themselves “crypto pop legends” and “chart masters”, and traders also have 30,000 followers The same is true on Twitter. The last BTC/USD insight shared by MPC was “How and why BTC can reach 80,000-90,000 by mid-2021” released on November 4.
Goldbug1 is the third most popular trader on Tradingview today, and the analyst has approximately 38,003 followers on the platform today. In the past three years, Goldbug1 has shared 352 insights on Tradingview so far. The last few BTC/USD charts released by Goldbug1 show that he has a deep interest in Bitcoin, and his last technical assistance was on November 11, 2020. The post is titled “BTC-Can You Raise Your Hand?” “Risk Management” explained that Bitcoin has been consolidating, but for Goldbug1, he believes that “this is a way of getting a little profit from a lower level, not increasing Risky areas. “
According to historical records, the top three traders on Tradingview (TV) are followed, followed by Alanmasters, Excavo and Tradingshot traders. Alanmasters has 89,657 TV followers and has published 3,784 public ideas. Trader Excavo has 98,891 TV followers and 1,647 ideas are publicly shared on the platform. In the past two years, the sixth most popular BTC/USD analyst on TV is Tradingshot, and the businessman has posted 1,051 ideas to 19,469 TV followers.
Twitter-cryptocurrency trader and analyst
The list of traders collected from Twitter news.Bitcoin.com is a more random list and a list of social media followers. Unlike the aforementioned Tradingview traders, Twitter traders and analysts are ranked in no particular order.
Cryptosporidium (@Cryptoyoda1338) Is an enthusiast, technical analyst and writer who is not keen on cryptocurrency. People who support digital currencies can follow Cryptoyoda on Twitter, as well as yoda.substack.com and cryptoyoda1338.com. According to Cryptoyoda’s profile, he is from Dagoba and joined in 2017. The account regularly shares digital currency charts and trading insights, and has more than 207,000 Twitter followers.
Nick Cole (@Crypto_core) Is another popular Bitcoin trader who regularly shares trading ideas with his 35,500 Twitter followers on Twitter. Core’s analysis can be checked regularly on thetradingwizard.com website, and his market observation is only for members. The trader also appeared on Youtube, Twitch and Tradingview.
Peter Brandt, an experienced senior businessman (@Peter Bronte) Has been engaged in futures trading and has been a foreign exchange trader since 1975. Brandt (Brandt) is very popular on social media and has so far attracted as many as 379,800 followers on Twitter. The veteran trader shared his insights on many assets, including his BTC/USD thoughts. Brandt (Brandt) is the author and publisher of The Factor Report, and an analyst joined Twitter in 2011. The latest encrypted tweet from Brandt was on November 6th, when he tweeted BTC paired with XRP.
Another popular trader on Twitter is Mr. Jozza (@Mrjozza) Often tweets about BTC/USD and some other token markets to its 15,900 Twitter followers. Mr. Jozza joined Twitter in 2015, but has been flipping Bitcoin since 2013. Tweet Regarding the BTC/USD action on October 24, he said at the time that “so far, the breakthrough volume of Bitcoin is still very moderate”.
There is also a cryptocurrency supporter called propTF%$D! (@Cryptohustle), he considers himself a “semi-retired crypto trader”. Traders run the Youtube channel of the website cryptohustle.com and regularly discuss the BTC/USD market. On Twitter, he has 114,400 followers, and the trader talked about “Altcoin seasonAfter “BTC stole the show” on November 5th.
Dongle (@Thecryptodog) Since 2011, he has been calling himself a PhD student, a “dongle” and a Bitcoin miner. The trader regularly discusses the Bitcoin and digital currency markets. Since joining Twitter in 2017, he has accumulated 235,300 followers on social media. Most of K9’s outlook on the Bitcoin market can be found on Twitter, but Crypto Dog also regularly publishes articles on Medium.
Another crypto trading expert on Twitter is Crypto Bitlord (@Crypto_Bitlord) An Australian who often shares thoughts about the Bitcoin market. Crypto Bitlord joined Twitter in 2012 and has 130,600 social media followers on the platform. November 14, 2020, Crypto Bitlord Started a poll Ask which of these two options Bitcoin price is $13k or $18k. At the time of publication, this tweet had 2,350 votes, of which 48.6% chose $18k, while 36.7% chose a lower price.
Hu Wei (@Woonomic) Is a popular cryptocurrency analyst with 157,600 Twitter followers to date. Woo believes that he is a pioneer of on-chain analysis and “the art of extracting investment signals from the Bitcoin blockchain”. Woo’s chart can be viewed on Charts.woobull.com, and his forecast can be viewed on willywoo.substack.com. This cryptocurrency analyst joined Twitter in 2008 and frequently tweets about the BTC/USD market and on-chain data.
The most famous trader in the crypto Twitter world is Parabolictrav (@Parabolictrav). This person is another person who often discusses the cryptocurrency market and calls himself a “bitcoin slave”. Parabolictrav has approximately 65,800 followers on social media platforms, and he has been posting tweets about BTC.Last parabola shared His BTC/USD market insights were on November 11.
Take Donalt (@Cryptodonalt) Is a digital currency trader and analyst, often cited in many crypto publications. Donalt joined Twitter in 2017 and has accumulated 160,800 followers on the platform since then.The trader regularly discusses BTC/USD market insights and his last time Insight It’s November 13, 2020.
Technical analysis or draw numbers out of thin air
There are many other traders and analysts regularly discussing Bitcoin and sharing their cryptocurrency market forecasts with thousands of followers. Some of the Bitcoin traders mentioned earlier talk about long-term games, but most talk about short-term cycles and fluctuate more regularly.
The forecasts made by many of these traders are also based on complex technical analysis, charts, signals, indicators and theories. Many times, people pay more attention to experienced cryptocurrency traders, researchers and analysts than Wall Street executives, venture capitalists and traditional financiers, rather than making money out of thin air. Although, many skeptics believe that technical analysis (TA) is no different from extracting numbers from thin air or using tarot cards.
What do you think of the most popular cryptocurrency traders in 2020? Do you think you think we have no traders? Let us know what you think of these cryptocurrency traders and analysts in the comments section below.
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