Bitcoin is “a system for electronic transactions” that relies on “a peer-to-peer network using proof-of-work to record a public history of transactions.” This network “is robust in its unstructured simplicity.” 
Astrology employs a set of techniques to identify meaningful patterns in the movement of the heavens.
Both astrology and Bitcoin address the mapping of time. The former relies on tables that list the positions of planets over a given period, compiled into what is called an ephemeris. The latter is a “history of transactions.” [Id.]
The data collected and represented herein shows how the zodiac signs of the transiting seven traditional plaents affect the price of bitcoin within rolling periods of time. It also shows how the phases of lunation cycle and the Mercury cycle impact the daily opening price of Bitcoin using average daily percent change as the measure.
[Nothing here should be taken as financial advice, as it isn’t financial advice.]
 Nakamoto, S. (2008) Bitcoin A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System. Page 8.