Bitcoin Price Analysis: Will BTC Rise Again?

8 months ago

Bitcoin price improved more than 8% yesterday after the successful bitcoin cash hard fork completion. Bitcoin price fell down from $6500 to a whopping low of $5190 before the BCH hard fork. The price started to experience improvements after the hard fork and went above the $5770 mark but the market could not sustain the bullish momentum for a long time and fell down up to $5555. BTC is currently trading at $5615 (at the time of writing).
The bitcoin market volume has decreased and the bull run is expected not before the upcoming week. The support level of the BTC lies around $5598 and the resistance around $5622. Bitcoin price needs to break the resistance level in order to move above the desired $6000 mark.

BTCUSD 5 day chart

BTC is currently trading at the year’s lowest price range where the traders are worried about further losses. However financial analysts believe that bitcoin price is likely to rise a little at the end of 2018 up to the start of 2019. Traders also believe that 2019 end and 2020 will be the year of a major cryptocurrency bull momentum because of the predicted financial crisis of 2020. Investors and financial analyst believe that people will be forced to move towards assets such as gold and cryptocurrencies with the predicted downfall of the US dollar.

BTCUSD 24 hour chart

Looking at the 24-hour chart bitcoin price fell down from $5750 up to $5555. The price is currently trying to tackle the bear attack but is experiencing hurdles. Bitcoin price may likely improve up to $5700 today but the major improvement is predicted when the volume increases, most likely next week.

Janet F. Sanchez

Janet Sanchez writes articles which, considering where you’re reading this, makes perfect sense. She is best known for writing cryptocurrency related news and blogs. She also writes about business, finance, and technology. Working from home and taking care of her little son, she has a passion for writing.

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