Bitcoin Must Now Beat $11.2K for Bull Revival, Say Analysts
Bitcoin has woken up from its recent slumber. But a bull revival might need a break above $11,200.
Bitcoin remains on a positive recovery trend. One that could very well see it beat the coveted $45,000 resistance point. This price level remains the level to beat for the digital asset as this is where bears continue to mount the most resistance. Bitcoin had tested this level in the early hours of Friday but like always, met significant push that caused it to crash back down below it. In the wake of this crash, the market saw bitcoin lose almost $1,000 in the space of two hours. However, this dip would be defined by a higher low as bitcoin had been able to find support above $44,000 and....
Bitcoin is eyeing a bull revival above the psychological resistance of $11,000, but a strengthening dollar could put a spanner in the works.
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Bitcoin has broken $43,000 in a remarkable recovery journey that began at the start of the week. It has been a welcome change to the low momentum recorded in the market this past week. However, although the digital asset is doing well currently, there are still a lot of things that could pull it back down. One of the most prominent is the ability of the cryptocurrency to continue blasting through important resistance points. The Points To Beat Bitcoin remains the most valuable asset in the crypto space currently. This is due to its outperformance over the course of its existence. But this....