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Bitcoin Volatile but Range-bound
It’s been a volatile week for bitcoin. The key $2,400 level was broken and with that, the months-long uptrend is over. During the forking fears, a low of $2,250 was hit last Thursday. But since then we’ve bounced nicely and are currently quoted at $2,677, little changed compared to last week.




Today a high of $2,738 was seen on FXOpen before prices retraced a bit. The reason for the latest rally is progress on the scaling stalemate. On Monday over 80% of the mining hash started signalling for Segwit2x. This is a technical solution that merges the Segwit upgrade with a 2MB hard fork three months later. For more on the possible scenarios after the new developments take a look at this article: article.

Technically BTC/USD is now in a range. A new rally requires a breakout above the all-time highs at $2,889 on FXOpen (around $3,000 on other major exchanges). On the lower end, there’s some weak support at the $2,500 round figure, closely followed by the $2,405 swing low. A break below $2,250 is needed to start a new BTC downtrend. Further down we have more support at the $2,000 round figure and the $1,718 swing low. On the longer-term timeframes, both weekly and monthly, bitcoin remains in an uptrend.

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The combined crypto-currencies market cap fell below $100 billion yesterday as we saw large losses across the board. Bitcoin fell against the US Dollar and almost all altcoins fell versus bitcoin, leading to the market cap declining from a high of over $115 billion last week to ‘only’ $92 billion at the moment.

Bitcoin Remains in Range

Bitcoin is currently quoted at $2,397 on FXOpen, down $280 dollars from last Tuesday. In percentage terms, this is just over 10%. On the chart below we can see that the majority of the losses transpired during the past three days. We had no major news releases during this time so we can chalk up the latest down move to technical reasons.



The move lower doesn’t change the technical picture, not yet anyway. On the daily charts, BTC/USD is still in a range. A new downtrend requires a break below the $2,250 swing low while a new uptrend needs a move above the all-time highs. These are at $2,889 on FXOpen but closer to the $3,000 on other major exchanges.

Below current prices, we find support at the $2,000 round figure and the $1,718 swing low. On the longer-term timeframes, both weekly and monthly, bitcoin fx remains in an uptrend. However, keep in mind that it will take many red weeks/months to change the trend on these timeframes.


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Time for another crypto update. Unlike most weeks, this time we have Litecoin outperforming Bitcoin. While BTC prices remain mired in a trading range, the LTC pump continues. We’re now quoted at $49 dollars per coin after previously trading above the $50 mark. But let’s cover big brother first and we’ll come back to litecoin later in this article.

Bitcoin Still in Range

Bitcoin prices are still in range on the daily charts. During the past seven days, we bottomed at a low of $2,326, just above the important $2,250 level. A break below here would’ve triggered a new BTC downtrend.



As things stand now, however, we remain locked in a range. The bulls need a breakout above $2,750 on FXOpen. This would shift the trend back to the upside. This level corresponds to around $2,800 on other major exchanges. During upmoves FXOpen and BTC-E prices tend to lag a bit behind the majors. Currently, this ‘gap’ is around $70 dollars but it could get as high as $100 dollars or more if the trend accelerates. Higher up the $3,000 figure (around $2,900 on FXOpen) will be the next major milestone. A clean breakout above here could lead to extended gains for the bulls.
On the bottom end, the level to watch remains at $2,250. A breakdown below it would start a new bearish trend for BTC/USD. On the long-term charts (weekly and monthly) in Metatrader bitcoin is still in an uptrend.

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The meltdown in crypto prices continues, with many of the top 20 altcoins hitting drawdowns of over 50 percent from the highs. Luckily the two coins we follow on Tuesdays have so far avoided this fate. Bitcoin is down by ‘only’ 21 percent from the highs while LTC/USD is down by just over 17 percent.

Bitcoin Bounces at Important Support


Bitcoin tested the important support at $2,250 today. By the looks of things, the first try was unsuccessful for the bears. Prices dipped to a low of $2,245 on FXOpen today and stayed there for a grand total of 1 minute before bouncing back above the $2,250 mark. Soon after we had a major rally of $139 dollars to hit a high of $2,384. We have since fallen back a bit to $2,331 dollars per coin.





Bitcoin is not in a downtrend, not yet anyway. We look for a decisive breakout of important levels like $2,250, not shallow and brief spikes below like the one we had today. It remains to be seen if the bears make another attempt for the lows in the next few days.


For now, we are back in ‘wait and see’ mode. The levels to watch are $2,245 on the downside and $2,700 on the upside. A clean breakout beyond either of these price extremes could end the stalemate and start a new trend. This is the view on the daily charts. On the weekly and the monthlies, the bullish trend is still intact.


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BITCOIN BOUNCES ON SIGNALLING FOR SCALING

We’ve had an interesting week for bitcoin as prices first crashed below the $2,000 handle only to rally strongly from the lows on renewed hope for scaling. Litecoin followed a similar pattern with a fall to $35.30 followed by a 21% rally to $42.89 dollars per coin.

Bitcoin Bounces on BIP91 Signalling

Bitcoin prices bounced from the $1,812 lows to a hit a high of $2,232 today, a move of over 23 percent. The sharp reversal during the past three days can be attributed to bitcoin miners signalling for BIP91 ahead of schedule. The initial plan called for the Segwit2x software to be deployed and for signalling to begin on July 21st. More on this HERE.



The early start is adding to the positive sentiment because it means that Segwit can be locked in before signalling for the controversial UASF (User Activated Soft Fork) starts on August 1st. This would avoid a network split and remove the fork fears for at least three months until it’s time to deploy the 2MB block increase.

While the fundamentals are positive, technically we’re still in a downtrend on the daily charts. The bulls will need to break above the $2,530 level to end it. A move above $2,550 is needed for a new rally. On the long-term charts (weekly and monthly) BTC is looking bullish.

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No Progress for BTC/USD as Fork Fears Reemerge

Since our last update a few days ago BTC/USD prices remained mostly range-bound. Initially, it looked like we may break the important $3,000 handle but after fork fears reappeared prices took a nosedive today.

Bitcoin Ranges as Fork Fears Reemerge

Bitcoin is quoted at $2,546 dollars per coin right now, slightly down from the $2,558 handle noted in our last update. Volatility has been high though and during this time we hit a high of $2,750 and a low of $2,523.



Technically the trend on the daily charts is still up. To end it the bears will need to take us below this month’s low at $1,812. A break of this important level would also start a new downtrend. On the weekly and monthly charts, the trend remains up.

Fundamentally, fork fears took center stage again during the past few days. A UAHF (User Activated Hard Fork) called bitcoin cash will launch on August 1st. The code is mostly the same as the current bitcoin, with an added blocksize increase to 8 MB. Exchange VIABTC listed a futures contract of Bitcoin Cash (BCC). It is currently trading at 3,030 Yuan for one coin or about $449 at current exchange rates.

It is rumored that BCC is a ‘backup bitcoin’ for some Chinese miners who fear that the 2 MB hard fork part of the Segwit2x code won’t be honored 3 months down the line. More on the technical details about Segwit2x HERE. More on bitcoin cash and the future implications for BTC holders HERE.


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The long-anticipated bitcoin fork finally happened today. Prices first rallied going into the event only to drop few hours before the split. Alts followed a reverse pattern with losses pre-fork and large gains shortly after.

Bitcoin Forks, Prices Drop From Highs



Bitcoin prices hit a high of $2,892 on FXOpen today just hours before the BCC hard fork. Soon after, however, we saw a large crash of over $200 in less than four hours.





Before we go let’s recap what’s going on here for our newer readers. A UAHF (User Activated Hard Fork) called bitcoin cash launched on August 1st. The code is mostly the same as the current bitcoin, with an added blocksize increase to 8 MB. Exchange VIABTC (and others) now allow trading of Bitcoin Cash (BCC).


It is rumored that BCC is a ‘backup bitcoin’ for some Chinese miners who fear that the 2 MB hard fork part of the Segwit2x code won’t be honored 3 months down the line. More on the technical details about Segwit2x HERE. More on bitcoin cash and the future implications for BTC holders HERE.


Now let’s get back to the charts! It appears that the size of the drop was similar to the ‘dividend’ in the form of free BCC for every BTC holder. Before the fork, bitcoin cash (BCC) was trading at 1 to 10 ratio to regular BTC, implying a value of close to $290 dollars at the highs.


Technically we’re still in an uptrend on the daily charts. To end it the bears will have to push us below the $2,400 swing low. A new downtrend, however, requires a breakdown below the July lows at $1,812 dollars. On the long-term charts BTC/USD is also in an uptrend.


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Just keep hodling long term. All good choices.
Will the real Bitcoin please stand up, please stand up, please stand up

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Bitcoin Rallies Into Segwit Lock


Bitcoin prices rallied close to 24 percent in a week. The main driver for the gains seems to be the Segwit lock, expected to happen later today. Current projections set the lock at 25 blocks from now, around 17:46 GMT.





The ‘lock in’, just like the name says, is when Segwit gets locked in. Two weeks from this date the Segwit part of the Segwit2x upgrade becomes active. More on the technical details about Segwit2x HERE.


Today could produce some violent swings, similar to what we saw during the BIP91 activation a few weeks ago. It appears that some traders are already booking profits before the lock is final, fearing a similar decline. Looking at bitcoin from the daily charts however allows us to avoid some of this noise.


We are currently trading near all-time highs at $3,383, down from $3,491 this morning. Support below here can be found at the round $3,000 figure, closely followed by the $2,892 swing high and the $2,597 swing low. A decisive break below here would end the current bullish trend. Further down we have more support at $2,400, $2,000 and $1,812 dollars per coin. A break below $2,200 would start a new BTC downtrend. On the long-term weekly and monthly charts, BTC/USD is in rally mode as well.


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Bitcoin Surges by $694 Dollars

Bitcoin prices hit a new all-time high of $4,420 dollars yesterday. Since then we’ve dropped a bit and are currently quoted at $4,077, still up by over 20 percent in the last 7 days.



As you can see on the chart above, the steady uptrend continues. The market seems to be well supported by the expected Segwit activation. Current projections put the time of activation on August 22nd, around 18 GMT. At some point, market participants will ‘sell the news’ but that will probably happen closer to the activation date.

The daily charts are still looking bullish. The bears will have to push BTC/USD below the $3,000 level to end the current uptrend. Above here support can be found at the $3,500 round figure, closely followed by the $3,495 swing high. Further up today’s low at $3,929 on FXOpen could act as short-term support, followed by the $4,000 round number.

The all-time high at $4,420 will present some challenge to rising prices but a more important level should be the $4,500 round figure. A breakout above here could lead to more gains toward the $5,000 level. On the longer-term weekly and monthly charts, bitcoin is in rally mode as well.

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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #10 on: August 18, 2017, 11:55:58 AM »
Pretty good analysis
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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #11 on: August 23, 2017, 02:03:56 PM »
Bitcoin Hashrate Drops

Bitcoin’s mining hash rate dropped considerably during the past few days as mining for BCC became more profitable. As of right now the hash is split at 60% for the ‘legacy’ bitcoin chain and 40% for the new bitcoin cash. However this is expected to change tonight, when the aggressive re-targeting of the BCC protocol will increase the mining difficulty by 300 percent.



Bitcoin cash (BCC or BCH) is a fork of the bitcoin protocol that came into existence on August 1st. It is rumored that BCC is a ‘backup bitcoin’ for some Chinese miners who fear that the 2 MB hard fork part of the Segwit2x code won’t be honored 3 months down the line.

Transactions are very slow today on the ‘old’ bitcoin network. This coupled with the hash rate drop lead to a small panic when we broke the $4,000 round figure. We briefly saw a low of $3,602 on FXOpen before things stabilized. We are currently quoted almost $300 above here at $3,890 dollars per coin.

The next ‘event’ to watch out for is the expected activation of Segwit tomorrow or on Thursday. Current estimates put the activation on 23 August around 22:00 GMT. However given the current state of the network that estimate could be way off, so make sure to check the site every so often. As we get closer to the event we could get a bit of ‘selling the news’. But because prices already crashed, it seems unlikely that we’ll see sharp losses.

The technical picture hasn’t changed much. We are still in that uptrend on the daily charts started last month. To end it the bears will have to push us below the $3,600 figure. As usual with these levels we’re looking for a prolonged move not just a brief and shallow spike below the level. On the longer-term charts BTC/USD is in rally mode as well.

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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #12 on: August 30, 2017, 11:30:13 AM »

Bitcoin Hits New All-Time High



The bull run in BTC/USD continues. After a period of consolidation prices hit a new all-time high today. There was no news catalyst for the most recent gains, so it appears to be a continuation of the segwit pump.






We’re currently quoted only $42 below the highs at $4,595 dollars. The uptrend started last month is still in force. Some support below here can be found at the previous highs in the $4,450 – $4,500 area. This is followed by more support at the $4,000 round figure. To end the current rally the bears will have to break below the $3,600 swing low. A move below $3,282 is needed for a new BTC downtrend.


Because we are near all-time highs, there are no notable resistance levels except the round figures like $4,800, $4,900, $5,000 etc. Out of these $5,000 should act as stronger resistance. On the longer-term weekly and monthly charts, bitcoin is in an uptrend as well.


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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #13 on: September 06, 2017, 10:20:24 AM »

Bitcoin Falls 21 Percent on ICO Ban


Bitcoin fell from the $4,960 high reached a few days ago to hit a low of $3,930 today. This is a drop of $1,030 or 21%. We are currently trading at $4,247 after a sizeable recovery from the lows. The main reason behind the drop was news that the PBOC banned ICOs in the country. More on this developing story HERE. To read a brief explanation on ICOs please click HERE. There are rumors that the PBOC might take further action on ‘virtual currencies’ soon.





The large drop effectively ended the bullish trend on the daily charts. Today looks set to close as a ‘doji’ also known as the indecision candlestick. What happens in the next few days or weeks will decide the next direction for BTC/USD. A breakout above $5,000 would restart the rally. Slightly below here we have the all-time high at $4,960 dollars per coin. This level along with the $5,000 round figure should act as a strong resistance area.

On the way down we similarly find another support area around the $4,000 round figure, stretching from $4,000 to yesterday’s low at $3,930. A new downtrend (on daily) requires a break below the $3,600 swing low. Further down we have more support at the $3,500 round figure, closely followed by the $3,491 swing high. A clearing of this area could extend the losses for bitcoin. On the weekly and monthly charts, BTC is still in an uptrend.
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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #14 on: September 13, 2017, 09:21:31 AM »
More crypto pain coming from China this week. After the ICO and ICO exchanges ban announced last week, authorities could be banning bitcoin exchanges as well. Prices understandably crashed on the news, hitting a low of $3,969 on FXOpen before rebounding.

China Moving to Ban Crypto Exchanges

According to two major financial publications, Chinese authorities are drafting regulations that will ban all crypto exchanges from operating in the country. The news first broke on Friday in Caixin, a Chinese finance publication. On Monday a similar report was published in the Wall Street Journal. According to the articles, it appears that Chinese regulators plan to ban all crypto exchanges from operating in the country. Over the counter (OTC) trading as well as in-person trading would be tolerated.



The news crashed bitcoin prices to a low of $3,969 on FXOpen, with similar lows around the $4,000 level hit on most Western exchanges. Chinese sites traded to a low near the 20,000 Yuan mark ($3,100) before rebounding strongly. They are quoted at 26,800 CNY right now, or around $4,123 dollars per coin. Bitcoin is trading at $4,327 on FXOpen.

If the reports are indeed true, why are prices rebounding strongly? There is disbelief in the crypto community about the validity of the ban, with many calling it FUD (fear, uncertainty, doubt) or fake news. However, it seems unlikely that Chinese regulators would remain silent for days if they weren’t the ones who initially leaked the news to reporters.

The most likely scenario is that a ban on crypto exchanges will be announced in China soon. What’s not so obvious is where prices will trade after the initial decline. Technically, the important levels to remember are $3,930 and $5,000. A breakdown below $3,930 could start a new downtrend in prices, while a move above $5,000 would restart the rally. On the weekly and monthly charts, BTC/USD remains in an uptrend.

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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #15 on: September 15, 2017, 01:54:15 PM »

Bitcoin Tumbles on China Exchange Ban


Bitcoin prices dropped sharply during the past few days as the rumored china exchange ban is slowly being rolled out. First Bitkan, a popular Chinese OTC trading platform, announced that they will shut down. Then BTC China, one of the biggest three Chinese exchanges followed suit. And finally today OKEX, a futures platform run by OKCoin, announced that their new futures will be based on a 100% USD price index, instead of the previous 50/50 CNY/USD mix. A smaller trading platform VIABTC announced that they will close their doors as well.





While nothing has been officially announced by regulators yet, it now seems certain that all crypto exchanges in the country will be forced to shut down. At this point it’s not clear just how far reaching the crackdown will be. Initial reports by the WSJ and Caixin suggested that OTC trading will not be affected but after the Bitkan shutdown that is under question as well.


Bitcoin prices fell to a low of $3,051 today, down over 26 percent in three days and down 38% percent from the $4,960 all-time high. As noted in our previous article, the break of $3,930 level triggered a bear market for BTC/USD. Strong support on the way down can be found at the $3,000 round figure, followed by weaker levels at $2,892, $2,597 and $2,500. On the weekly and monthly charts bitcoin is still in an uptrend.


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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #16 on: September 27, 2017, 01:40:10 PM »
Bitcoin Mostly Flat

Bitcoin prices are down by $54 since our update last week. In percentage terms, this is only 1.36%. This calming follows a period of high volatility during which prices fell over $1,200 in three days, only to recover most of the losses in the next four days. Since then we bounced back and forth between the $3,500 and $4,000 handles.



Regardless of the range during the past week, the trend on the daily charts remains down. The bulls need a breakout above the $4,103 swing high to definitively end the downtrend. A move beyond $4,681 dollars per coin could start a new rally and open the door to the $5,000 handle. A breakout above this important round figure could see accelerated gains in prices.

On the lower end, we have support at the $3,500 round figure. This is where the bulls halted the few tries of the bear squad. A decisive break of this level could lead us to the second important support around the $3,000 handle. A move below this month’s low at $2,970 should lead to further BTC losses. Despite the downtrend on the daily, on the longer-term weekly and monthly charts, BTC/USD is still in an uptrend.

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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #17 on: October 04, 2017, 11:07:06 AM »
Bitcoin Downtrend Over

The short-lived bitcoin downtrend is over. Prices broke above the important $4,103 swing high last Wednesday. It’s currently quoted at $4,257 dollars per coin, a gain of $327 dollars or just over 8 percent.



We are now trading in a large range on the daily charts. The bulls need to clear the $4,500 round figure before a new uptrend can commence. Aside from the round figure, around here we find two previous swing highs at $4,482 and recently at $4,476. A decisive breakout above $4,500 could open the door to a retest of the $5,000 round figure. The all-time high on FXOpen stands at $4,960 with other major exchanges peaking closer to the $5,000 level. A break of this important round level could lead to stronger gains.

On the lower end, the bears need a break below the $2,970 swing low. A move below here would technically restart the downtrend. Support higher up can be found in the $3,500 – $3,510 area, followed by the $4,000 round figure. The large gap between the two key levels ($2,970 and $4,500) shows just how volatile things have been recently. Due to this, it’s recommended that traders utilize smaller than usual trade sizes. While range-bound on the daily, BTC/USD is still looking bullish on the weekly and monthly charts.

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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #18 on: October 11, 2017, 09:53:00 AM »
Bitcoin Nears All-Time Highs

The bitcoin surge continues. As you can see on the chart below, the crypto is slicing through resistance levels like a knife through butter.



As noted last week, with the break of the $4,500 figure BTC/USD has moved back in an uptrend. We are currently trading at $4,829 dollars per coin, only $131 away from the $4,960 all-time high on FXOpen and $171 dollars from the $5,000 all-time high on other major exchanges. This important round figure will be the next milestone. A decisive breakout above it could accelerate the gains.

On the lower end, we have support at the $4,500 level, followed by $4,123 swing low and the $4,000 round figure. A break of $4,123 dollars would mean the technical end of the current rally. Below here we have support area around the $3,500 round figure, where we also find the $3,507 swing low. A clearing of this area would start a new downtrend and could potentially open the door to $3,000. On the weekly and monthly charts, BTC/USD remains in an uptrend.

Fundamentally it appears that (at least partially) the surge is due to the upcoming bitcoin fork in November. Traders may feel emboldened by the ‘free dividend’ they got during the August fork of bitcoin cash. The situation may be different this time around however as there is (still) no safe way to split the coins from the two forks.

Earlier today the main developer behind ‘Segwit2x’ removed the opt-in replay protection due to security concerns. Both the ‘Core’ and the ‘Segwit2x’ camps want to keep the title of ‘true BTC’. They have been unwilling to hardcore ‘replay protection’ in their software because doing so could be seen as admittance that their chain doesn’t have enough hash power to avoid wipe-out.

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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #19 on: October 18, 2017, 10:00:30 AM »

Bitcoin Breaks $5,000 Dollars


Bitcoin broke the key $5,000 round figure with easy on Thursday. During a large two-day short squeeze a new high of $5,870 dollars was hit. Since then we’ve been trading range-bound between the highs and the $5,500 level. We’re currently quoted at $5,572 dollars.






Naturally the uptrend in prices is still in play. To end it the bears will have to push BTC/USD below the $4,283 swing lows. Above here support can be found at the $4,500 round figure, followed by the $4,681 swing high and the former all-time high on FXOpen at $4,960 dollars per coin. But a much stronger support level can be found higher up at the $5,000 round figure. A decisive break of this level should be cause for worry to the bulls, although it wouldn’t technically end the rally.


Higher up we have resistance at the new all-time high of $5,870 followed by the $6,000 round figure. On the weekly and monthly charts bitcoin is looking bullish as well.


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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #20 on: November 01, 2017, 12:21:09 PM »
Bitcoin Surges on CME Futures

Bitcoin surged to new highs today after the CME declared their intention to launch new BTC futures this year. The move comes just 2 months after their rival CBOE made a similar announcement. If approved by regulators, the futures will come in Q4 of 2017 for CME and probably early in 2018 for the CBOE.



Regulated futures open up bitcoin investment to more institutional money and could potentially lead to an approval of a BTC ETF in the future. In a prior decision this year the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission denied several bitcoin ETFs. The cited reason back then was the large volume of trading overseas and the lack of information sharing agreements between these trading venues and US exchanges.

Back to the charts! With the help of the CME news, we hit new highs today. Naturally, the rally is still in place. To end it, the bulls will have to push us below the $5,355 swing lows. Support below here can be found at the $5,147 swing low and the $5,000 round figure. You can see more important levels on the chart above. On the long-term charts (both weekly and monthly) BTC/USD is still in rally mode.

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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #21 on: November 14, 2017, 02:50:51 PM »
Bitcoin Rally Ends

The long bitcoin rally is over, at least on the daily charts. Prices had a sharp correction of $2,361 dollars in the five days after segwit2x was cancelled. As explained previously, segwit2x was a plan to increase the maximum block size from the current 1mb to 2mb, thereby allowing more room for transactions and lower fees.



With no plan to tackle the high fees problem in the near-term, some market participants are fleeing from bitcoin to other coins. The primary beneficiary here was bitcoin cash (BCH), which saw its prices increase five-fold from 0.08 BTC to peak at over 0.4 BTC during the weekend. The increased price, in turn, led to a rush of bitcoin miners to bitcoin cash, further exacerbating the problem with the high fees and the clogged mempool.

The average bitcoin fee to send a transaction rose to over $16 yesterday, compared with $0.30 for bitcoin cash. The bitcoin mempool is at over 100 mb right now, nearing the all-time highs seen a few months ago. The ‘mempool’ holds all broadcasted transactions that are not yet included in a block. After a price drop to 0.2 BTC and a major mining difficulty increase in bitcoin cash, miners are switching back to BTC. This could help ease the problems somewhat. Currently, the mining hash power is split 92% vs 8% in favor of bitcoin.

Technically BTC/USD is now back in a range on the dailies. A breakout below the $5,426 swing low is needed to start a new downtrend. A move beyond the all-time high at $7,887 would re-start the rally. On the longer-term weekly and monthly charts, BTC is keeping the bullish bias.


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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #22 on: November 22, 2017, 10:37:48 AM »
Bitcoin Hits $8,347 Dollars

Bitcoin hit a new all-time high of $8,347 dollars today. We are currently trading a bit below the highs at $8,320 dollars per coin. Earlier in the day there was a large dip to $7,769 dollars on news about Tether being hacked. The company issued a post (later removed) in which they say that they will do a software update to prevent the stolen tethers from ‘entering the ecosystem’. This helped to calm market fears and prices were soon trading at all-time highs again.



Tethers are a digital currency used on many crypto exchanges, so it’s not a surprise to see a large fall in BTC/USD (and LTC/USD) on this news. Some market observers following the creating/redemption of Tethers say that there is a clear connection with the price of bitcoin.

Back to the charts! With the break of the $7,887 level BTC is back in an uptrend on the daily charts. To end it the bears will have to push bitcoin below the $5,426 swing low. A decisive breakdown below here would shift the current trend from up to down. On the longer-term weekly and monthly charts BTC/USD is still looking bullish.

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« Reply #23 on: November 29, 2017, 01:32:05 PM »

Bitcoin Breaks $10,000 Mark

Bitcoin prices hit a high of $10,720 dollars today, breaking the psychological $10,000 level. We are currently quoted just slightly off the highs at $10,660 dollars per coin.



Naturally the rally is still in place, to end it the bears will have to push BTC/USD below the $7,769 swing low. Support above here can be found at the $7,887 and $8,369 swing highs. Somewhat weaker support levels are the round figures at $8,000 and $9,000 dollars per coin. A new downtrend requires a breakdown below the $5,426 swing low. Further down we have strong support at the $5,000 round figure.

Given that we’re at all-time highs there are no previous resistance levels to note above current prices. It’s hard to say where prices may stop/pause as the $10,000 level is decisively broken. Other round figures like $10,500, $11,000 etc may act as resistance, at least temporarily. On the longer-term charts (both weekly and monthly) bitcoin still looks bullish.


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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #24 on: December 06, 2017, 02:06:11 PM »

Bitcoin Clears $12,000 Dollars

After fighting with the $12,000 level BTC finally managed to clear it and head higher. Today we hit a high of $12,478. We are currently quoted close to the daily highs at $12,460 dollars.





The rally that started three weeks ago is still in play. To end it we need to see a break below the $8,650 level. Just above here we should have solid support at the $8,811 swing low, followed by the $10,000 round figure. Considering that we’re near all-time highs for BTC/USD, there’s not much resistance on the upper end. Further up the $15,000 round level is another notable resistance. The ‘smaller’ round levels at $13,000 and $14,000 may act as resistance as well. On the long-term charts (both weekly and monthly) #bitcoin remains in a bull market.


Bitcoin got a lift from a positive news cycle this weekend. The CBOE futures exchange announced that it will list bitcoin futures on December 10th, eight days before the launch of CME futures. The sudden decision to launch early seeks to seize the first mover advantage in this emergent asset class. Trading will start on Sunday at 18:00 EST. Initially, trading fees will be waived during December. The CBOE futures will be listed under the ticker XBT and will cash-settle based on the Gemini auction.


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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #25 on: December 14, 2017, 08:44:22 AM »
Another good week for crypto-currencies. Bitcoin is continuing its climb higher, now in its fifth week with sizeable gains. Litecoin prices have gone parabolic, up from $99 last Tuesday to $301 dollars today.[/size]Bitcoin Continues Bullish TrendThe bullish trend that started last month is still in play for bitcoin. Yesterday we hit a high of $17,547 dollars per coin, up from $11,712 [/color]last week. This is a gain of $5,835 dollars or just under 50 percent. We are currently quoted at $16,473 dollars. If prices close above $14,350 this Sunday, it would be the fifth green week in a row with large gains.[/color][/size]
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[/size]To end the current uptrend the bears will have to stage a decisive break of the $10,000 round figure. A new downtrend requires a move below the support area around $7,874 dollars per coin. Above the important $10,000 round figure support can be found at $10,279 swing low and the swings highs at $11,427 and $11,831 dollars. These are followed by more support at the $12,711 swing low and the $15,000 round figure.
[/size]Considering that we’re trading only few percent below all-time highs, there’s not much in terms of resistance above current prices. The all-time high at $17,547 is a notable level as are the $18,000 and $19,000 round figures but these may not provide much resistance. A stronger level can be found at the $20,000 round figure where some market participants may take profit. On the long-term weekly and monthly charts BTC/USD is still looking bullish.
[/size]The news cycle has benefited bitcoin. The first futures on traditional markets launched on Sunday at the CBOE. You can follow a delayed price feed for the January contract HERE or HERE. Currently they are trading at $16,870 dollars, a relatively small premium to spot prices. Premiums swung widely since launch however, nearing $1,500-$2,000 dollars at times.[/size]
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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #26 on: December 28, 2017, 12:29:52 PM »

Bitcoin Rally Ends


The uptrend started in November is finally over for BTC after prices broke below the important $12,711 swing low last Friday. Subsequently, we saw a low of $10,680 on FXOpen. From here we retraced most of the losses with prices topping out at $16,470 yesterday. We are currently quoted at $13,680 dollars per coin.





As you can see on the chart above, we are now in a range. A new rally requires a breakout above the $20,000 round figure. A new downtrend may commence if prices fall below the latest swing low at $10,680 dollars. For now, we remain in ‘wait and see’ mode. Here are some of the important support and resistance levels for bitcoin.


On the upside, we have the latest swing high at $16,470 dollars, followed by two weaker levels at the former swing highs of $17,147 and $17,547 dollars. Higher still we have a major resistance area comprised of the all-time high at $19,850 and the $20,000 round figure. A decisive breakout above this important milestone should lead to a new bullish trend on the dailies for BTC/USD. On the longer-term weekly and monthly charts, bitcoin remains in an uptrend.


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« Reply #27 on: January 03, 2018, 12:29:22 PM »

Bitcoin Range Continues


After ending the rally on December 22nd bitcoin remained in a range. The top of this range is at $19,850 all-time high while the low is at the latest major swing low of $10,680. A break beyond either of these price extremes could usher in the new trend. For now we remain in ‘wait and see’ mode.





On the upside, we have weak resistance at the $15,000 round figure, followed by the latest swing high at $16,470 dollars. Higher still we have two weaker levels at the former swing highs of $17,147 and $17,547 dollars. A major resistance area can be found near the all-time high at $19,850 extending to the $20,000 round figure. A decisive breakout above this important milestone should lead to a new bullish trend on the daily chart.


Support on the way down can be found at $12,711 followed by $11,591 dollars. As noted above the $10,680 swing low is a potential downtrend starter. Further down we have the $10,000 round figure, which may act as support to falling prices. On the longer-term weekly and monthly charts, BTC remains in an uptrend.


Yesterday’s Gemini auction had a volume of only 0.07 BTC, signalling that most of the market checked out for the holidays. As market participants slowly return from the festivities we should see a pick up of volume and hopefully some directional moves.


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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #28 on: January 04, 2018, 05:45:05 PM »
Hey guys, why ain't anyone talking about ripple or could it be that people are not following the trend? Ripple is gaining massive grounds and is still on the move. I believe it's gonna be the next big thing soon, just keeping my fingers crossed!
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Re: Fresh Cryptocurrency Analytics from FXOpen - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum
« Reply #29 on: January 16, 2018, 03:36:08 PM »

Bitcoin Switches to Downtrend


After a long time bitcoin is finally in a downtrend on the daily charts. The last time this happened was during September of 2017 and the move lower lasted two weeks with prices eventually bottoming out near the $3,000 mark.






One BTC is selling for $11,550 dollars right now. Resistance on the way up can be found around $12,600 – $12,700 dollars per coin, followed by the $15,000 round figure. A breakout above the $17,231 swing high would switch the current trend from down to up.


On the way down we have support at the $10,680 swing low, followed by the $10,000 round figure. A clearing of this psychological support area could intensify the losses for bitcoin. On the weekly and monthly charts BTC remains in an uptrend. However keep in mind that changing these two trends will require many weeks/months.


More bad news for bitcoin. China is looking to expand the scope of its September crypto exchange ban. Authorities may seek to “end” all forms of centralized trading for Bitcoin and altcoins. The increasingly crypto-hostile government seems to be putting pressure on bitcoin miners as well. According to the FT, a  combination of measures will be used to ‘guide’ crypto miners toward an exit.


South Korea may clamp down on crypto trading as well. Finance Minister Kim Dong-yeon said earlier today that banning trading in digital currencies was “a live option.” The decision is subject to a thorough government review. This triggered a sharp drop in the price of BTC yet again. After China’s fiat-to-crypto exchange ban last year, South Korea now accounts for the majority of bitcoin trading volume.


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« Reply #30 on: January 24, 2018, 03:06:35 PM »
Crypto miners started to limit in many countries, for example, government of Russia want to do limited miners, based on the latest news

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« Reply #31 on: January 25, 2018, 02:00:03 PM »

Bitcoin Stable in a Downtrend


Bitcoin prices have been volatile during the past seven days but ultimately ended up close to where they started. We are only down by $364 dollars since last Tuesday or around 3.1 percent. This is a very small percentage change for a crypto-currency.





On the chart above the most recent week is shown with a rectangle. Above current prices we find some resistance at $11,595, $12,629 and $12,992 dollars. But the bulls need a breakout above $14,559 dollars to end the current downtrend. A move beyond $17,231 could re-start the rally in BTC/USD.


Despite the recent stability, bitcoin remains in a downtrend. Support below can be found at $10,680, $10,000 and $9,211 dollars per coin. A move below here could intensify the losses. On the longer-term weekly and monthly charts BTC remains in an uptrend.


On the news front not much new for bitcoin. Today Goldman denied rumors that the Bank will get involved with market making in bitcoin futures. This throws more cold water on the hype around BTC futures, which largely didn’t live up to market expectations.


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« Reply #32 on: January 28, 2018, 02:19:53 PM »
growth and fall, so it will always be

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« Reply #33 on: January 31, 2018, 12:46:37 PM »

Bitcoin Drops on Tether Subpoena


Bitcoin prices dropped over 10 percent today after Bloomberg leaked a rumor that the U.S. government subpoenaed both Bitfinex and Tether. The outstanding supply of tethers snowballed since December of last year, from below 1 billion to over 2.3 billion. In other news yesterday Tether announced that they were terminating the audit that was expected last year:

‘Given the excruciatingly detailed procedures Friedman was undertaking for the relatively simple balance sheet of Tether, it became clear that an audit would be unattainable in a reasonable timeframe,” Tether said.’


According to some speculators, the two companies are printing tethers without USD backing to support crypto prices. More on this controversy HERE.







The technical picture is unchanged. Bitcoin is still in a downtrend on the daily charts. To end it the bulls will have to push us above the $13,000 handle. A break below the $9,211 swing low could exacerbate the losses. On the longer-term charts BTC/USD is still keeping the bullish bias.


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« Reply #34 on: February 08, 2018, 02:08:02 PM »

Bitcoin Drops by 40 Percent in 6 Days


The news about the Tether subpoena last week shook market confidence. Bitcoin prices dropped by 40 percent in 6 days to hit a low of $5,980 dollars. Here we got somewhat of a rally to $8,468 dollars but there is no certainty that this will be more then a ‘dead cat’ bounce. We are quoted at $8,415 dollars right now, much below the $19,850 all-time high.





The downtrend on the daily charts continues. To end it the bulls will need to push prices above $12,000 dollars. A new uptrend requires a breakout above the $12,982 swing high. Support on the way down can be found at the most recent swing low at $5,980 followed by the $5,000 round figure. This is an important milestone for BTC/USD as well as a previous major resistance. A clear break of this level could lead to more BTC losses. On the longer-term weekly charts bitcoin is range-bound. The monthly charts are still keeping the bullish bias.

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« Reply #35 on: February 21, 2018, 07:23:33 AM »
thank u for giving time to understand

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Bitcoin Continues Range-bound Trading


The high but directionless volatility continues in BTC/USD. During the past seven days we traded as low as $9,270 and as high as $11,054 dollars. While bitcoin is down this week it hasn’t broken any important support levels yet.


A new downtrend requires a break below the $7,705 swing low. Above here we find support at the $10,000 round figure, followed by $9,280 swing low. Further down we have the previous resistance now turned support at $9,049, closely followed by the $9,000 round level.





Higher up there’s resistance at yesterday’s high of $11,054 but a new uptrend needs a breakout above the $11,769 swing high as well. The swing high at $12,161 dollars is another notable resistance level. We have more levels higher up at $12,629, $12,982 and the $13,000 round figure. On the weekly charts BTC is range-bound as well but the monthly charts are still in an uptrend.

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Bitcoin Falls Over 20 Percent


Bitcoin has lost over 20 percent of its value during the last ten days. With the break below the $9,211 level, BTC re-entered a bear market on the daily charts. After that breakdown, we saw a substantial decline to $7,656 dollars yesterday. Since then prices bounced back a bit but this seems to be a dead-cat rally.




A breakout above $11,769 dollars is needed to end the current downtrend. A move above here would also turn the trend from down to up. Support on the way down can be found at $7,656 (weak) followed by the $7,536 swing low. Last month’s low at $5,980 is another notable support level. A break below here could lead to more losses. On the weekly charts, BTC/USD is range-bound. The monthlies are still keeping the bullish bias. But as we’ve said previously, an eventual change of trend on this time-frame could take many months.
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Look like people are losing interest in bitcoins, it's Going down like sinking the boat. Still holding on bitcoins :)
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Bitcoin Bounces but Downtrend Remains



After large losses of over $2,000 last week BTC/USD hit a high of $9,020 today. Softer tones on crypto regulation from the G20 helped to ease investor sentiment somewhat. During the weekend Mark Carney, the head of the Financial Stability Board, said that ‘crypto-assets do not pose risks to global financial stability at this time’ citing the relative size of the overall market cap.


However a later mention in the G20 communique pledged to apply money laundering and terrorist financing  standards to cryptocurrency. The G20 also called for more information and recommendations on crypto regulation by July.





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Ether Drops 16 Percent

Ether has dropped over 16 percent in the past seven days and is currently quoted just below the 0.06 round figure. The altcoin has been in a persistent downtrend versus bitcoin since the middle of February, losing over a third of its value during this time. Support below can be found at the latest swing lows around 0.059 and the 0.06 round figure. This is followed by the 0.05405 swing low and the 0.05 BTC round figure.



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Bitcoin Down 10 Percent

Bitcoin is down since our last update, from $8,839 to $7,501 dollars right now. The downtrend noted in last week’s article remains in place for BTC/USD.



To end it the bulls need to push bitcoin back above the $9,165 swing high. A rally beyond the $9,887 swing high is needed for a new uptrend. However due to the proximity of the $10,000 round figure, its likely that many will wait for its break before committing to the rally. Resistance higher up can be found at $10,680 dollars, followed by the double top around $11,769 dollars per coin. A breakout above here may lead to more gains.

On the lower end we have support at the $7,287 swing low, followed by the major crash low at $5,980 dollars. Of course the round figures at $7,000 and $6,000 dollars may act as temporary support as well. On the longer-term charts the picture is mixed. The weekly chart is range-bound while the monthly is still showing a bullish bias.

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Great analysis definitely going to keep this in mind. I am hodl hoping for price to steer upwards again!  ;D
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Bitcoin Bounces From Lows


Bitcoin is quoted at $7,378 dollars right now, a gain of 15 percent from the lows. However, this bounce is still very much in the realm of ‘dead cat’, as counting from the start of March bitcoin is down by 29 percent.


To end the current downtrend on the daily charts BTC/USD needs to break the $9,018 swing high. A new uptrend may commence if we decisively break the $9,165 high. Higher up there’s more resistance at the $9,887 swing high followed by the $10,000 round figure. A breakout above here may accelerate the gains. But with BTC at $7,378 we are still far from that scenario.





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Bitcoin Back in Range After Spike


Bitcoin prices surged from $6,859 to $8,069 dollars yesterday, a gain of 17.64 percent. We are currently quoted at $8,048 dollars per coin. But what’s even more astounding is that the spike happened during the span of forty minutes. No major news can be pinned to the sudden buying as of yet.






While the shocking gains today may tempt some to ‘FOMO‘ back in, bitcoin is now only in a range on the daily charts. A new bullish trend requires a breakout above the $9,165 swing high. Below we find weaker resistance levels at $9,018 and $9,000 dollars. Above there’s the $10,000 round figure, an important psychological barrier. This is followed by more resistance at $10,680, $11,000 and $11,769 dollars.


On the way down there’s a strong area of support around $6,420 to $6,600 dollars. A clearing of this support and a move below $6,420 would re-start the downtrend in BTC/USD. Further down we have this year’s low at $5,980 dollars. A breakdown below here may lead to more losses. Lower still the area around the $5,000 round figure is another notable support. On the weekly charts bitcoin is also range-bound but the monthlies are keeping the bullish bias.


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No Follow-through for Bitcoin


Bitcoin prices are having a hard time making headway during the past five days. We saw a new high of $8,425 on Sunday but this was quickly sold into by the bears. We are currently quoted at $8,102 dollars.





Bitcoin is still in a range on the daily charts. To end it we need a breakout above $8,425 dollars to the upside. As usual we’re looking for a decisive breakout here not just a brief and shallow spike higher. Higher up there’s more resistance around the $9,000 round figure and the $9,165 swing high. Further up we have the $10,000 round figure, an important psychological barrier. This is followed by more resistance at $10,680, $11,000 and $11,769 dollars.


On the lower end the bears need a break of the support around the $6,420 swing low. A clearing of this strong support area would open the way for a break of this year’s low at $5,980 dollars per coin. On the longer-term weekly charts BTC/USD is range-bound as well. The monthly charts are still looking bullish.


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Bitcoin Rally Continues

The rally in BTC/USD continues with more gains during the past few days. As noted previously, with the break above the $8,425 dollars swing high we’re back in a bull market on the daily charts.






There’s weak resistance higher up at $9,887 dollars followed by a stronger level at the $10,000 round figure, an important psychological barrier. This is followed by more resistance at $10,680, $11,000 and $11,769 dollars. Fundamentally no major news have been released to trigger the current bull market in cryptos. The several smaller news events have been both bullish and bearish for the price.


The current rally may end if we get a decisive break below the $7,821 swing low. A new bearish trend needs a break of the support around the $6,420 swing low. A clearing of this strong support area would open the way for a break of this year’s low at $5,980 dollars per coin. On the longer-term weekly charts BTC/USD is range-bound but the monthly charts are keeping the bullish bias.


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found a new cool site, service to track the price of cryptocurrency. updated very quickly. started to use it. try it for yourself/ and that I'm not allowed to insert links
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Does this site have its own application?

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More Gains for Bitcoin


Since last Tuesday bitcoin prices advanced by $439 dollars or almost 5 percent. Naturally the uptrend on the daily charts is still in place. To end it the bears will have to push us below the $8,650 swing low. A new downtrend requires a breakdown below the next swing low at $7,821 dollars per coin.



Further down there’s strong support around the $6,420 swing low. A clearing of this strong support area would open the way for a break of this year’s low at $5,980 dollars per coin. Higher up there’s some resistance at the psychological $10,000 figure, followed by more resistance at $10,680, $11,000 and $11,769 dollars. On the weekly charts BTC/USD is range-bound but the monthly charts are still keeping the bullish bias.

Similarly to last week there have been no major news catalyst behind the moves. There has been some chatter from China regarding the legality of some bitcoin trading platforms but so far there hasn’t been any fire, only smoke.


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Bitcoin Rally Stalls

As noted above, the rally in BTC/USD is somewhat stalling. Prices topped out at $9,987 dollars six days ago and since then it’s been a slow ride down. Yesterday morning we dipped below the $9,000 round figure briefly but recovered quickly for a second time. However the bulls may not be so lucky the third time around, another retest may lead to a breakdown lower.



The potential trend-ending support stands at the $8,815 swing low although not far from here there’s more decent support at the $8,650 swing low. A new downtrend may commence on a decisive break below the $8,000 round figure. Further down there’s some support around the former swing low at $7,287 dollars.

But a stronger area to watch out for is the $6,420 to $6,600 range. This is where we bottomed out last time. This year’s low at $5,980 dollars is another notable level. A clearing of these support levels may open the door to the $5,000 round figure. There’s no change on the longer-term charts. Here the weekly is still range-bound with the monthly keeping a bullish bias.


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Bitcoin Back in a Downtrend


As noted in our previous article, BTC/USD is now back in a bear market. Last week we saw a drop of over $1,000 dollars during which a low of $8,202 was hit. From here we got somewhat of a dead-cat bounce, helped by the Consensus conference.





But with the event already underway and technicals turning bearish, speculators could start to ‘sell the news’. Weak support on the way down can be found at the $8,202 swing low, followed by the $8,000 round figure. Further down we have more support at $7,821, another notable swing low. A strong support area below can be found in the $6,420 to $6,600 dollars range. This is where we bottomed out during the last selloff. A decisive break below here could open the door for a break of this year’s low at $5,980 dollars.


On the upside there’s resistance at the $9,165 dollars, followed by a strong area of resistance around the $10,000 round figure. A clean breakout above here would both end the downtrend and start a new uptrend. On the longer-term weekly charts BTC/USD is in a range while the monthly chart is looking bullish.


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Ether Loses Momentum

Ether prices have lost the positive momentum vs bitcoin. We are currently quoted at 0.08414 BTC, below the highs hit back on May 6th.






Nonetheless, ETH/BTC remains in an uptrend on the daily charts. To end it the bears will have to make a decisive push below the 0.07703 BTC swing low. A breakdown below 0.07413 BTC is needed for a new downtrend.


Higher up there’s weak resistance above the 0.085 BTC round figure. This is followed by the 0.08829 swing high and the 0.09 and 0.1 BTC round figures. A decisive breakout above here may open to door to this year’s high at 0.121 BTC. On the longer-term weekly charts Ether is range-bound. The trend is bullish on the monthly charts, which take a longer time to turn.


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Wow! These analysis are quite similar to my analysis. I am hoping for the best at the current situation as the bitcoin showed positivity in the recent month. It dropped badly but now its regaining strength which is an optimistic thing. Are you hoing long with this optimism?

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Bitcoin Slightly Higher


Bitcoin has advanced higher by almost 2 percent in a low volatility environment. The high during the past seven days was at $7,775 and the low at $7,270 dollars, a range of $505 dollars or close to 7 percent. This is very low compared to recent price movements. For example the 14 week ATR (Average True Range) is around $1,500 while the 5 week ATR is at almost $1,000 dollars.




Today we got close to the low from last Wednesday after bitcoin exchange Bitfinex went down. Prices quickly bounced back after the site relaunched. Markets are rightly worried about a Bitfinex outage, back in August of 2016 the exchange said that it lost 120,000 bitcoins to a hack.


On the technical side things haven’t changed much, which is to be expected during low volatility. We are still in a downtrend on the daily charts. A breakout above the $7,775 swing high is needed to end the bearish trend. A move above the $8,590 swing high is needed for a new rally. A breakout above the $10,000 round figure could accelerate the gains.


On the lower end there’s a large area of support starting from last week’s low at $7,046 to the lows set back in April at $6,420 dollars. A clearing of this area should give us enough momentum to take out the 2018 low at $5,980 dollars per coin. On the weekly charts BTC/USD is range-bound. Prices are still looking bullish on the monthly charts.


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Hello, I post here because I need your help...I had some BTC and I converted them to MUSDcoins...and now I want to convert a piece of them to Btc again because now the price of BTC is deep compared with the early price...so Am I able to do that??????

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Dash Stays in Downtrend


Dash prices continue to linger near the lows vs bitcoin. We are trading at 0.03999 BTC at the moment, only slightly off last month’s low at 0.03981 BTC. A breakout above the latest swing high at 0.04325 BTC may end the downtrend. A move beyond the 0.05 BTC round figure is needed for a new rally.





On the lower end the key support is around 0.03981 BTC.  This is a major swing low for DSH/BTC as well as the low for the current year. A decisive breakdown below here could lead to more losses below. On the longer-term charts the picture here is the same as Ether. We are in a range on the weekly charts but in an uptrend on the monthly charts.


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Bitcoin Nears Yearly Lows


Bitcoin hit a low of $6,129 earlier in the day, only $149 dollars away from the 2018 low at $5,980. The strong support around the $6,400 level seems to be cleared now although a short-term dead-cat bounce is not out of the question. We are currently quoted at $6,430 dollars.






The trend on the daily chart remains down. To end it we need a breakout above the $7,775 swing high. A move above here would also start a new rally in prices. Higher up there’s more resistance at $8,590 and 8,880 dollars per coin. The $10,000 round figure is another notable resistance level. This is where the last major push up died. A clear break above could lead to further gains.


On the downside, there’s weak support around the 2018 low at $5,980 dollars. A stronger level of support is the $5,000 round figure. A decisive breakdown below it would exacerbate the losses. On the longer-term charts, the picture is unchanged. We are still range-bound on the weeklies and bullish on the monthlies. But as noted many times before, these timeframes take a long time to turn.


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