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Bitcoin (BTC) About to Face Biggest Challenge

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Mon, 29/04/2024 - 13:36
Bitcoin (BTC) About to Face Biggest Challenge
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For Bitcoin, the primary obstacle is clear: it is the tight price range that it has been navigating in for some time now. On the daily chart, BTC has been oscillating between the $60,000 and $70,000 marks, struggling to find a definitive direction. The Relative Strength Index (RSI), situated around the 50% level, implies equilibrium in market momentum.

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The pressing question on everyone's mind is whether Bitcoin can maintain its support above $60,000 or if it will drop due to bearish pressure, potentially leading to a fall toward $52,000. While such a drop is within the realm of possibility, analysts consider this a less likely scenario given the current market structure.

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BTC/USD Chart by TradingView

Looking at the opposing scenario, a decisive climb above the $70,000 resistance level could pave the way for Bitcoin to chart new highs. However, such a move is not without its challenges. 

With the Bollinger Bands tightening, a significant move might be on the horizon. Support levels are visible around $60,436, acting as a potential springboard for a bounce back, while the $70,000 region stands as the key resistance to beat.

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A breakout on either side could dictate the trend for the weeks to come. For now, the market is in a neutral position, as the lack of volatility and liquidity on the market will not let BTC break through, and the so-called "crab market" might become a possible future for the market.

Bitcoin's biggest price challenge at the moment is breaking out of its current range. With resistance set just above $70,000 and support around $60,000, the path Bitcoin will take is still unclear.

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