Bitcoin faced another bearish pressure on September 29 as the impact of China’s crypto crackdown and uncertainty over the regulatory landscape in the United States continued to weigh heavily on Bitcoin (BTC) and some large-cap altcoins.
Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed that over $ 42,000 was lost in the early hours of the morning as prices fell near the $ 41,000 support level where bulls are now defending against further price declines.
Here’s what traders and analysts are saying about the value of Bitcoin today.
The “annoying” bitcoin market
Despite the recent volatility, market price analyst and Cointelegraph contributor Michael van de Pope called the current price action “annoying”, posting the following tweet that the price of Bitcoin is above a significant support level which he considers important.
Quite a boring market here # Bitcoin.
I would love to see a breaker above .8 43.8K in the conclusion that we have completed the correction.
Still holding important support. pic.twitter.com/oPx4mVFqdg
– Michaël van de Poppe (ryCryptoMichNL) September 29, 2021
Based on the chart above, Van de Pope suggested that Bitcoin could trade alongside the consolidation pattern for a few weeks before getting higher.
For what might excite analysts from its current volatility, Van de Pope said a price breakout above $ 43,800 would indicate that the current correction is over.
Traders expect BTC to revisit its lower support levels
According to the pseudonymous Twitter user ‘Sheldon the Sniper’, Bitcoin currently exists Support There is additional support at $ 41,160 and $ 39,000 – $ 40,000 and $ 37,00- $ 38,000.
“Some weakness in BTC, stock market showing short-term support, if we lose it, the next potential area is $ 38K – 40K. I have done a lot of shopping at the moment and am just patient with the market. “
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Short term bearish, long term bullish
Concerns about a possible re-test of the lower support level were echoed by crypto Twitter trader ‘Crypto_ed_nl’, who posted the following tweet citing a drop in the support level to around $ 41,250.
Highlighted by Crypto_Ad_NL, a previous tweet where the analyst said “I think we’ll make a correction when we get back to Bananas online” was a little premature and this follow-up tweet predicted that BTC could see another step down before bouncing .
This has become an earlier observation as BTC is selling at 41 41,300 at the time of writing.
Despite the recent market downturn and increasing volatility, Crypto_Ad_NL still feels that long-term estimates of high prices for BTC remain intact.
The overall cryptocurrency market cap is now 1.827 trillion and the dominance rate of Bitcoin is 42.5%.
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