After experiencing a long period of sideways trading within the lower-$8,000 region, Bitcoin (BTC) has once again extended its downwards momentum and has begun moving lower today as it has broken below $8,000 on most major exchanges.
This extension of its downwards momentum has led most analysts to target lower-lows in the near-term, but BTC does still have one last level of near-term support before it posts a decisive break below the recently established trading range that it has been caught within for the past several days and weeks.
Bitcoin Breaks Below $8,000 on Most Major Exchanges as Bulls Falter
At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading down roughly 1% at its aggregated price of $8,010 across all exchanges, although it is important to note that its price is already trading below $8,000 on many individual exchanges.
Bitcoin’s bearish price action in recent times marks an extension of the bearishness that it incurred when it broke below $10,000 late last month, and BTC has failed to post any noteworthy upwards momentum in the time since this massive drop occurred. Read More...