3 reasons why Bitcoin is on shaky ground after failing to retake $60K
Altcoins are outsmarting Bitcoin bulls and on-chain indicators aren't as green as they have been — are further support tests inbound? Bitcoin (BTC) is back testing lower levels after failing to conquer $60,000 resistance — and indicators suggest the downturn is not over.BTC/USD bounced off $55,000 overnight on Monday, hours after hitting local highs of nearly $59,000 in bullish early trading.With sellers still in place closer to all-time highs of $64,500, the largest cryptocurrency has a lot of work to do to exit its current broad trading range. BTC moves back to exchangesOne metric which....
Ethereum has seen shaky price action over the past few weeks, failing to pass notable technical levels. BTC currently trades for $13,800 despite Ethereum only trading for $390. Analysts think that Ethereum may resume its ascent shortly. One analyst noted recently that Ethereum has seen its fourth-ever bullish TK re-cross above the Ichimoku Cloud. Ethereum Could Soon See Rally as Crucial Bull Signal Forms Ethereum has seen shaky price action over the past few weeks […]
Bitcoin has seen muted price action over the past few days after plunging from the $10,900 weekly highs as a result of negative new regarding BitMEX. Gold may soon be primed to retake a crucial support level on a medium-term scale, which may help to boost BTC after the aforementioned correction. Related Reading: Ethereum Transaction […]
Bitcoin’s price action has been flashing warning signs to investors throughout the past few days, with buyers and sellers largely reaching an impasse as the cryptocurrency struggles to garner any clear momentum. Its stalling uptrend has come about due to the intensity of the resistance between $11,000 and $11,200. Each tap of this region has […]
Is Bitcoin failing as a new currency? It's never said outright, but it is implied, inferred, or subject to innuendo. The rhetoric is coming from many of it's earliest and most ardent supporters in the corporate world, but are they right? Are they just being impatient that it is not growing fast enough for the demands of their stockholders? Are they mismanaging their business plan, being dependent upon Bitcoin's US dollar value? Do they have a point? Is Bitcoin itself the problem? Is Bitcoin failing, or are we failing Bitcoin? First, let's review the rhetoric, which has gained momentum over....
Bitcoin faces the prospects of breaking below $10,000 after failing to extend a rally that pushed its price up by 70 percent earlier this year. Here are the top three risks the cryptocurrency is facing as it heads towards the fourth and final quarter of 2020, according to the latest fractals and multiple observations. #1 Another US Equity Selloff; Bitcoin Correlation One of the main reasons Bitcoin faces the risks of falling in the coming […]