Foreign media: If history repeats itself, bitcoin prices will start to climb after July.

According to Newsbtc, in the last round of bear market, Bitcoin fell from $1,130 to around $200, which is similar to the decline and trend shown in 2018. In the last round of bear market, BTC's shock consolidation time from January to August 2015 was 216 days. Subsequently, Bitcoin began to climb again in 2016 and 2017, and peaked in December. Compared with the last round of bear market, it is currently in the middle stage. If history repeats itself, Bitcoin will continue to move sideways until July, and then climb again.