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Following Saturday’s extended sell-off, a Bitcoin move back through to $50,000 levels would deliver some support to the broader market.
Following Friday’s sell-off, a move through the day’s pivot levels would be needed to avoid another day in the deep red.
Following a bearish session for Bitcoin and the majors on Friday, a Bitcoin move back through to $57,000 levels would be needed to settle the markets.
The UK is going through a post-Brexit financial disruption, and adopting cryptos will allow London to remain Europe’s financial hub.
Bitcoin price is slowly recovering towards $58,000, ether price stayed above a key support, and SOL seems to be eyeing a new all-time high in the near term.
It’s been a mixed morning, with Ethereum testing resistance levels in the late morning. A move back through to $4,650 would give the bulls a run at the ATH 4,868…
It’s been a mixed morning for Bitcoin, which tested resistance levels early. A move back through to $57,000 levels would support a breakout.
It was a mixed day for the crypto majors on Thursday, with Bitcoin ending the in the red. A Bitcoin move back through to $58,000 levels, however, would support a broad-based crypto rally.
After a bearish Thursday, a move back through Thursday’s highs would be needed to avoid another day in the red.