As Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) recouped intraday losses and reclaimed the $36,000 range as of Monday evening, four analysts and expert traders shared their thoughts on the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization.

What Happened: Amsterdam-based popular cryptocurrency analyst Michaël van de Poppe told his over 564,000 followers on Twitter that Bitcoin is ready for a test at $38,000 and possibly the $40,700 level after reclaiming the range.

Cryptocurrency analyst Justin Bennett noted that Bitcoin had a “nice recovery” to $36,000 and could move higher towards the $40,000 to $42000 range if it held above the $35,000 level.

He added that Bitcoin’s downtrend is intact unless it moves back above the $40,000 to $42,000 range on a daily closing basis at least, in order to expose higher levels.

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Cryptocurrency analyst Benjamin Cowen dwelt on the fair value of Bitcoin — which is in a macro uptrend — on his YouTube channel.

Based on logarithmic regression bands, Cowen said that Bitcoin’s fair value is about $32,885. The cryptocurrency’s fair value is about $19,100, based on the logarithmic regression band fit to non-bubble data.

Cryptocurrency analyst Nicholas Merten said on his YouTube channel that Bitcoin’s recent market capitalization crash to $600 billion could “set the foundation” for the apex cryptocurrency to spring up over the next coming months.

He projects Bitcoin could touch the $200,000 level sometime in November this year if the expanding cycle theory is utilized as a model, and considering the interest for the cryptocurrency compared to traditional assets like gold.

Price Action: Bitcoin is 2.5% during the past 24 hours, trading at $36,040.55 at press time.

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