On September 25, Bitcoin saw its lowest weekly close since February 2020, as macro turmoil and a week of volatility took their toll. The pair of BTC/USD was down $400 since the beginning of the week but traders were not optimistic amid concerns that risky assets will continue to bleed. The US Dollar Index (DXY), however, was poised to defend new 20-year highs of 113.2 set over the last week and at the expense a number of major fiat currencies. The price of Bitcoin has dropped by less than 1 percent, while global volume is up by about 4%. Asset dominance remains in the 39.1% range.
BTC traded at $18,875 as of the writing.
Chart for Bitcoin (BTC).
BITCOIN traded sideways below its 20-Day Moving Average, trading in a range of $18,250 to $19,000. This is despite having a high volume trade over the past ten day. The asset is trading in a strong support area between $18,000 and $17,500 ($17.622 Previous Bottom), while $20,750 to $22,500 are strong resistance levels. The asset’s trend will be determined by breakouts at these levels, which are supported by good volumes. The bears have the advantage if the moving averages are downsloping and the RSI is below 50.
Support 2Support 1AssetResistance 1Resistance 2$15,000$17,500BTC$22,000$28,500
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