Data from Cointelegraph Markets and TradingView shows that Bitcoin decreased from a high of $58,274 on Feb. 21 to a low of $47,622 during the early hours on Monday before buyers returned to lift BTC to its current value of $53,350.
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Despite todays $1.6 billion liquidation event, Bitcoin bulls remain optimistic about the future of the top cryptocurrency with key indicators suggesting that those buying todays dip are likely to come out on top.
According to ExoAlpha Chief Investment Officer David Lifchitz, recent charts for Bitcoin looked overbought, signaling that a "15% correction could happen as part of a normal market cycle before BTC attempts to break out to new highs.
Bitcoin went from $10,000 in October 2020 to almost $60,000 in just 4 months, indicating to Lifchitz that a pause/mild-correction is definitely in the cards.
$50,000 looks like the first stop for a mild pullback but a second leg down could take it down to $40,000 while the $30,000 zone looks like the ultimate bottom should things turn ugly in the short term. BTC/USDT 4-hour chart. Source: TradingView
Recent money printing by central banks makes it less likely that BTC will drop as low as $30,000, according to Lifchitz, as Bitcoin is increasingly being seen as a hedge against currency devaluation by investors around the world.
Lifchitz also pointed out the recent moves in traditional assets such as the U.S. 10 year treasury yield could trigger a pullback in Bitcoin as a general dele ...
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