Crypto Industry Outlook: Optimism Despite Bear Market on Christmas 2021

• Bitcoinist launched a Crypto Holiday Special to provide perspective on the crypto industry and its highs and lows of the year.
• They spoke with institutions to get their perception of 2022 and their outlook for the coming months.
• Material Indicators, a market data and analytics firm, discussed the difference of the crypto market today compared to Christmas 2021, with a focus on market sentiment and liquidity.

This year, Bitcoinist launched a Crypto Holiday Special to provide some insight into the highs and lows of the crypto industry. This initiative has brought together multiple guests to discuss and understand the trajectory of the crypto industry for the coming year and beyond.

One of the guests that Bitcoinist spoke with was Material Indicators, a market data and analytics firm dedicated to creating trading tools for the nascent sector. During their discussion, they focused on the difference between the crypto market today and Christmas 2021. They provided a view of the market sentiment and liquidity beyond the prices of Bitcoin, Ethereum and other digital assets.

The team at Material Indicators pointed out that, while tradfi (Traditional Finances) have yet to price in earnings contraction for the last leg down, the market is already close to bottoming sentiment-wise. They also discussed how the market has been able to maintain its liquidity despite the current bear market, which has been a positive sign for the industry.

In addition to speaking with Material Indicators, Bitcoinist also spoke with institutions to get their perception of 2022 and their outlook for the coming months. The institutions had a range of views, with some being optimistic about the future of the industry and others being more cautious due to current market conditions.

Overall, the Crypto Holiday Special has provided an interesting perspective on the state of the crypto industry and its future trajectory. While the market is currently in a bearish trend, the conversations with Material Indicators and institutions have provided some optimism that the industry is still on the right path. As more investors and institutions enter the space, it will be interesting to see how the industry evolves in the coming months and years.