Bitcoin Rebounds After Serious Sell-Off

Bitcoin Failed To Settle Below $40,000 And Gained Upside Momentum

Bitcoin is currently trying to settle back above $43,000 as the world’s leading cryptocurrency rebounds after the major sell-off which took it from $47,000 to $40,200 in less than two days.

Other cryptocurrencies are also moving higher. Ethereum has recently managed to get back above the $3,000 level and is trying to settle above the 20 EMA at $3,070. Dogecoin received support at $0.20 and is trying to get above $0.21 while XRP is trying to settle back above $0.95.

Bitcoin Dominance, which measures the market capitalization of Bitcoin as a percentage of total crypto market capitalization, has moved back below 42%. This is a typical move for a bullish day in crypto markets as altcoins rebound stronger than Bitcoin, In the longer-term, this a worrisome trend for Bitcoin bulls.

Technical Analysis

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Bitcoin managed to get above the resistance level at $42,600 and continues to move higher. The nearest resistance level for Bitcoin is located at $44,000.

In case Bitcoin manages to settle above the resistance at $44,000, it will gain additional upside momentum and head towards the next resistance level which is located at the 50 EMA at $45,500. A successful test of this level will open the way to the test of the resistance at the 20 EMA at $46,600. If Bitcoin settles above the 20 EMA, it will head towards the next resistance at $47,300. A move above this level will push Bitcoin towards the resistance at $48,000.

On the support side, the previous resistance level at $42,600 will serve as the first support level for Bitcoin. If Bitcoin manages to get back below this level, it will move towards the next support at $41,300.

A successful test of the support at $41,300 will push Bitcoin towards the psychologically important support level at $40,000. If Bitcoin manages to settle below $40,000, it will gain additional downside momentum and head towards the next support which is located at $39,300.

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