Bitcoin’s volatility has hit the lowest level in over four months – a price squeeze that may force a big move either way.
Bitcoin is down again, but observers believe the losses could be reversed after a U.S. interest rate cut expected Wednesday.
Bitcoin’s latest bout of consolidation may end up with bullish breakout, as a key metric of miner confidence has hit all-time highs.
History looks to be repeating itself in the bitcoin market, as a key indicator’s bullish turn could mark the beginning of the next meteoric price rally.
After a breakout on the 4-hour chart brought back the bull mood, bitcoin is eyeing a move to key resistance at $10,956.
Bitcoin’s price rally has stalled in the last 10 weeks, but the bullish case remains intact with prices well above historically strong price support.
Bitcoin has recovered from nine-day lows hit earlier today and may pick up a bid over the next 24 hours.
Bitcoin is lacking clear directional bias at press time, having failed to capitalize on a bullish breakout on Monday.
Bitcoin may slide further toward $9,750 this week unless the bulls can force a move above $10,350 in the next few hours.
Bitcoin is flashing double-digit gains on a week-to-date basis putting it on track to end its longest weekly losing run in nine months.
Bitcoin is looking indecisive after witnessing solid two-way business in the last 24 hours. Today’s UTC close will likely determine the next move.
Litecoin has charted a four-week losing streak for the first time in 12 months and is currently trading around a historically strong support level.
Bitcoin has charted its longest winning run in a month, but still requires a move to almost $11,000 to confirm a short-term bullish revival.
Bitcoin recovered to an eight-day high on Tuesday, as its dominance of the cryptocurrency market reached 30-month highs.
Down 4.8 percent from August’s opening price, bitcoin is on track to register its third monthly loss of the year.
Having dived out of a narrowing price range, bitcoin is looking weak and may end up falling to $9,000 in the next 24 hours.
Bitcoin’s pullback from June’s high of $13,880 will likely gather pace if key moving average support is breached.
A widely-tracked lagging bitcoin price indicator is reporting bearish conditions for the first time since February.
Bitcoin’s recovery to $10,255 seen in the last 24 hours could be short-lived, suggest bearish price and volume indicators.
Bitcoin’s defense of the 100-day price average and a bullish RSI divergence on the hourly chart call for a minor price bounce to $10,300.