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Bitcoin Drops Below $20,000 Again, What's Next?

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Wed, 29/06/2022 - 12:29
Bitcoin Drops Below $20,000 Again, What's Next?
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Bitcoin has lost the battle against bears and plunged below $20,000 once again, destroying the hopes and beliefs of investors who thought that the new rally had already started and that Bitcoin is now going to run toward the previous ATH.

In today's trading session, Bitcoin briefly dropped below $20,000 but then returned above $20,000 and is now consolidating at the support level. Unfortunately, there is not much of a volume on the trading pair, suggesting that investors and traders are not yet ready to support another rally, not short the digital gold.

Positive scenario

The sudden return of buying power on the market is unlikely to happen without significant drivers on the traditional financial market, which means that Bitcoin will rally only with the help of retail investors and whales.

Bitcoin chart
Source: TradingView

While Bitcoin is aiming at the further plunge to the local support level of $18,800, the market should not be worried too much as a small double top chart pattern may become a foundation for another rally.

Negative scenario

With the drop below the $18,800 support level, we might see a spike in selling pressure caused by traders who grabbed some cheap BTC around the mentioned price, as they would most likely prefer breaking even on their position or selling at a slight loss.

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Because of the absence of inflows on the market, additional pressure on BTC could lead to a catastrophic price drop and expose investors to even higher risks.

As for now, the volatility on the cryptocurrency market remains low.

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