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Bitcoin Falls Through Key Average as Traditional Markets Hit Record Highs

View Strong performances in traditional assets and a lack of new reasons to buy crypto is suppressing BTC’s price. A loss of the 50-day moving average exposes the $8,000 price level. The daily RSI shows that momentum slowing, which could hint at greater selling pressure in the short term. Bitcoin (BTC) is at risk of another sell-off after its price fell beneath a key moving average on Nov. 15, as a relatively strong performance by traditional …

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Why Bitcoin’s Next ‘Halving’ May Not Pump the Price Like Last Time

Noelle Acheson is a veteran of company analysis and CoinDesk’s Director of Research. The opinions expressed in this article are the author’s own. The following article originally appeared in Institutional Crypto by CoinDesk, a weekly newsletter focused on institutional investment in crypto assets. Sign up for free here. To find out more about crypto valuation metrics, download our free report here. Whether you call it the “halving” or the “halvening,” one of the few things we …

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Bitcoin’s Weekly Chart May See Golden Cross for First Time in 3.5 Years

View Bitcoin’s short-term 50-period moving average is edging closer toward the longer-term 100-period moving average on the weekly chart, hinting at a potential bullish “golden cross” formation for the first time in 3.5 years. In the shorter term, however, total weekly volume has fallen period-to-period as indecision continues to grip the market. Price action is caught between the 100-day and 200-day moving averages (MAs). The next major move either way is likely to determine trend …

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Bitcoin’s Defense of Major Support May Fuel Price Bounce to $9,600

View Bitcoin’s repeated defense of the 200-day average support indicates an end of the pullback from $10,350 and scope for a bounce to the 100-day average at $9,601. A UTC close above that level and a further rise to above $10,000 cannot be ruled out, as the recent pullback from $10,350 lacked volume support. Acceptance below the hourly chart support of $8,977 would weaken the case for a bounce in the next 24 hours. Bitcoin …

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Bitcoin Price Slides 2% After Deribit, Coinbase Flash Crash

Update (Nov. 1, 15:03 UTC): Deribit will reimburse over $1.3 million in losses from the BTC index calculation data issue witnessed at 21:00:00 UTC on October 31, 2019. Another flash crash has occurred for bitcoin (BTC), this time appearing on the Coinbase Pro and Deribit exchanges. At 19:55 UTC on Oct. 31, BTC’s spot price dipped from $9,260 to $9,055 in quick succession on Coinbase’s exchange for professional traders. An hour later, Deribit, a futures and …

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Bitcoin May See November Price Boost With Halving Due in Six Months

View Bitcoin tends to pick up a strong bid six months ahead of the reward halving, according to historical data. With the halving event due in May 2020, BTC may rise above the recent high of $10,350 in November and could challenge the 2019 high of $13,880 over the next couple of months. Shorter term, a contracting triangle breakdown on the hourly chart suggests scope for a drop to $8,820 in the next 24 hours. …

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Bitcoin Eyes First Monthly Price Gain Since June

View Bitcoin looks set to post the first monthly gain since June. The percentage rise, however, may be less than 10 percent as the daily chart is reporting signs of buyer exhaustion. A triangle breakdown on the hourly chart, if confirmed, could yield a pullback to support at $8,820. A high-volume contracting triangle breakout will likely yield a re-test of recent highs above $10,000. Bitcoin (BTC) is on track to end a three-month losing streak, …

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Bitcoin Leads Momentum as Top Cryptos Trade Below Key Price Average

Bitcoin (BTC) and Bitcoin SV (BSV) are the only cryptocurrencies within the top 10 by market capitalization to have jumped back above their long-term moving averages. The 200-day moving average (MA) is often regarded as a marker for bullish long-term health when prices are above and bearish long-term market health when prices reside below.Bitcoin’s (BTC) 30 percent jump to 5-week highs from $7,393 to $10,350 over a 2-day period pulled prices back above the long-term …

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Bitcoin Price Hits Five-Week High Above $10,000

Bitcoin’s price was quoted in five digits across cryptocurrency exchanges earlier today, but the breakout into $10,000 was short-lived. The number one cryptocurrency by market value jumped to $10,350 at 01:45 UTC – the highest level since Sept. 24 – according to Bitstamp data. Meanwhile, the global average price, as calculated by CoinDesk’s Bitcoin Price Index, clocked a high of $10,332. Just 24 hours ago, the cryptocurrency was reeling under bearish pressures below $7,500 and …

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