Bitcoin Cash long-term Price Analysis: 10 September

Friday 11 September 2020, 5:55 AM AEST - 1 month ago

Disclaimer: The findings of the following article attempt to analyze the emerging patterns in Bitcoin Cashs long-term market and their impact on its price

The popular fork of Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash was following BTCs lead as the market registered many great troughs and peaks recently. However, the latest corrections in the market have shaken the correlation shared between Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash. The two digital assets correlation had noted a great spike when the crypto-market collapsed in March. However, when the market dipped in September, this correlation sunk too.

BTC-BCH.pngSource: CoinMetrics

The attached chart highlighted the steep fall in the Pearson correlation coefficient, with the same dipping from 0.9106 on 7 September to 0.85247 on 9 September. In fact, the BTC-BCH correlation had not dipped under 0.86 since the aforementioned spike back in March.

With Bitcoin Cashs correlation with Bitcoin falling, its spot price has also struggled, with BCH trading at $227.27, at press time. The press time trading price was hovering close to BCHs resistance level at $230. However, the cryptocurrencys recent price movements had given rise to a bullish pattern on the charts, one that pointed to a breakout soon.

BCH.pngSource: BCH/USD on TradingView

As the price of BCH started consolidating, $230.42 acted as the immediate resistance, forming the base of an ascending triangle being formed. The wicks closed higher and have been connected by a line forming the ascending triangle. This pattern was a sign of accumulation for the BCH market.

Looking at the cryptos indicators, a bullish change in trend can be inferred. The Bollinger Bands converged on the charts after a degree of volatility had swept th ...

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