Recent findings of the Huobi Research have indicated that there is a slight increase in the financier optimism over the last 30 days. The September report, revealed yesterday, was using the survey data gathered within the period between September 25 and September 30, with over 550 retail and institutional financiers as respondents in over 20 countries.
Generally, the market sentiment accumulated 71.1/100 points, accounting for a 2.17% growth in comparison to August. That index spike was assisted by a 5.87% growth in financiers’ mid-term digital currency market outlook, with that index score hitting the level of 72.8 points at the moment. The index for the short term has also increased by 2.16%, accounting for 61.6/100 points.
This sentiment has been echoed by the majority of cryptoanalysts, who forecast BTC to settle down and eventually perform a significant breakout, growing in price.
Nevertheless, subsequent to a moderate surge seen previously this week, BTC price has bounced off its 200-day DMA once more, losing nearly 5% because of the news that BItfinex cryptoexchange suspended deposits in fiat currencies. Currently, BTC price is accounting for a little more than 6,300 US dollars.
As per the survey findings, a whopping figure of 92% financiers anticipate growth of the cryptomarket within the following three years, with 74% claiming that said growth will account for more than 30%.