I couldn’t help but notice that the temperature chart of today’s temperature in Belgium looks eerily correlated with the Bitcoin price.
Both have an initial drop, and then they both consolidate for a while. After that, there is a sudden drop, whereafter they rise again. That’s the point where we are now.
[ Temperature chart for June 19th \(UTC+2\), the red line is temperature \(ignore green line\) ](
[ Bitcoin price chart for the past 7 days ](
The timeframes aren’t identical, every day for BTC corresponds with about 1h45 on the temperature chart. The scales aren’t the same either, let’s do a quick calculation:
* Maximum temperature: 23°C | Maximum BTC price: $28000
* Minimum temperature: 12°C | Minimum BTC price: $18000
**1°C = $909**
Since the temperature graph doesn’t stop at 12h30, we can make a prediction using the temperatures measured after midday.
[ Temperature graph, the black line is where BTC is at the moment ](
That looks bullish!
Using this completely scientifically proven technique, we can predict that BTC will be $5500 higher than it is now in about two days.
[ Using temperature data to predict BTC price ](
**BTC will be about 25K in two days!**
Little side note: temperatures will drop to 13°C in Belgium this night, which would put us back at $19K next week.