Bitcoin’s bull run since last year has seen the top digital asset record massive gains and new all-time-highs despite going through multiple corrections.
Bitcoin now holds a 7-day high of $59,014 and a weekly low of $53,285. The top coin has lost 1.2% on the day to trade at around $56,481 in an ongoing downward retracement that has traders looking for support levels under $55,000.
The lowest price in the current price retracement represents a 14% price drop compared to bitcoin’s newest ATH of $61,683, according to data from CoinMarketCap.
Various crypto analysts explain that the corrections are expected and necessary for bitcoin to find new footing before further price gains, after which ranging will slow down and the bull run will continue.
Will Bitcoin Record Another ATH Soon?
Following a breakthrough past $58,000 in mid-march which first offered tough resistance, bitcoin has breached the level again several times. However, the downtrend that soon followed Bitcoin’s all-time high indicates a weakness in the market, which in turn shows that there isn’t enough momentum from new buyers.
According to technical analysis by Crypto analyst and trader Michael Van De Poppe, the increased volume would demonstrate bullish strength from Bitcoin, the opposite of what is happening in the market.
Presently, bitcoin’s immediate and impactful price direction will depend on its performance around the critical support zone of $56k. If Bitcoin fails to stay above $55K, the price is likely to drop further to around $53K. Similarly, if Bitcoin holds above this level, the coin will …
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