Data from: Are Bitcoin bubbles predictable? Combining a generalized Metcalfe's law and the LPPLS model

Spencer Wheatley, Didier Sornette, Tobias Huber, Max Reppen & Robert Gantner
We develop a strong diagnostic for bubbles and crashes in Bitcoin, by analyzing the coincidence (and its absence) of fundamental and technical indicators. Using a generalized Metcalfe's law based on network properties, a fundamental value is quantified and shown to be heavily exceeded, on at least four occasions, by bubbles that grow and burst. In these bubbles, we detect a universal super-exponential unsustainable growth. We model this universal pattern with the Log-Periodic Power Law Singularity...
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