Bitcoin bears re-entered the market on Saturday as prices started the weekend near multi-week lows. bitcoin fell below $29,000 again, while Ethereum Continuing lower, it is now hovering around $1,750.
After a brief rebound on Friday, bitcoin Prices were lower again and the weekend started below the $29,000 mark.
saw yesterday bitcoin/USD hit an intraday high of $29,335.03 but fell to a low of $28,326.61 earlier in the day as bears re-entered the market.
Today’s move took Bitcoin below its current support at $28,800 and pushed the price to a 16-day low below $27,700.
comprehensive, bitcoin Down more than 1% over the past seven days, the market has mostly consolidated during this period.
Many now believe that we may have seen the worst sell-off in cryptocurrencies after a bearish period in April and May, with the potential for a modest rebound in June.
The 14-day RSI is currently tracking the bottom of 35. If this breaks, we could see more declines until the bulls decide to really recapture sentiment.
Ethereum It fell for the fourth straight session as bears refused to give way to any incoming bulls trying to stabilize prices.
So far on Saturday, Ethereum It has fallen to a low of $1,721.26, its lowest since May 12, and comes as another floor is broken.
Despite the recent dip, the $1,750 level appears to be Ethereum/USD acts as a support point, but the bottom was tested earlier today.
Although it failed the initial test, we have seen some pushback, currently at $1,776.19.
comprehensive, Ethereum Now down nearly 10% in the past 7 days, some expect a rise to $1,600 in the next few weeks.
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