Bitcoin's Price Push: Past the Resistance

The price of Bitcoin needs to increase in order to push past its resistance level. According to recent chart trends, it is possible that this will happen soon.

Looking at the current market trend, it is evident that Bitcoin is once again on the rise. After a tumultuous week, the leading cryptocurrency has managed to reclaim and break through the $20,000 mark. This is a positive sign for Bitcoin and its supporters, as the cryptocurrency looks to continue its upward momentum in the coming days.

It seems that Bitcoin is finally starting to rebound after a few weeks of struggling to maintain its value above the $20,000 mark. The cryptocurrency has seen a modest increase of 4.8% in the past 24 hours, and is currently trading at $20,370. While it remains to be seen if this is a sustainable trend, it's nonetheless a positive sign for Bitcoin bulls. Let's hope that this positive momentum continues in the coming days and weeks.

Bitcoin Reaches New Milestone, Thanks to US Dollar Index

Bitcoin has surged past the $20,000 mark, reaching a new all-time high. The digital currency has seen a strong rally in recent months, propelled by increasing institutional adoption and mainstream interest. With the new record price, Bitcoin is solidifying its position as a leading asset class.

It is clear that the US dollar index has a strong influence on the price of Bitcoin, as we have seen in the past few weeks. However, today's slight rebound in stock and cryptocurrency markets is due to the US dollar index falling below 111. This shows that there is still some uncertainty in the market, and that the US dollar index still has a significant influence on the prices of assets.

BTC has had a strong start to the week, brushing off macroeconomic concerns. Difficulties at Credit Suisse and the intensifying crisis between Russia and Ukraine have failed to dampen performance. In fact, investors are actually seeking solace in BTC due to the Credit Suisse situation. This just goes to show the strength and resilience of BTC, even in the face of tough times.

Bitcoin’s price currently stands above $20,300. | Source: BTCUSD price chart from
Bitcoin's price currently stands at over $20,300, according to the BTCUSD price chart from This marks a significant increase from where the price was just a few months ago, and it is likely that the trend will continue upwards in the future. This is good news for those who have invested in Bitcoin, as the value of their investment is increasing.

Bitcoin Price Awaits Bullish Momentum

Bitcoin's price is currently sitting at a resistance level of around $21,000. However, recent chart trends suggest that a bullish momentum may push the price past this level soon. This would potentially peak out closer to $21,000, as was the case at the end of the previous month when strong sell-side pressure was present.

Bitcoin's price is currently in a "sell zone," according to well-known trader Il Capo of Crypto. Price could potentially get to the 20500-21000 range, at which point Il Capo advises against being too bullish. This current push is Bitcoin's seventh effort to escape a huge liquidity cloud in many weeks, according to Razzoorn of The Birb Nest. Bitcoin surged following a larger risk market wave that saw US stocks end higher the day before.

More people are holding Bitcoin than ever before.

There has been notable growth in the number of Bitcoin holders despite the current bear market in cryptocurrencies. This is coming even though the value of Bitcoin (BTC) has experienced tremendous volatility this year. Bitcoin holders remain optimistic about the future of the currency, believing that it will eventually rebound in value. In the meantime, they are content to hold onto their BTC, weathering the storm until the market turns around.

There is no doubt that Bitcoin is here to stay. With more and more people finding comfort in BTC as a store of wealth and inflation hedge, the number of Bitcoin holdings is consistently increasing. According to IntoTheBlock statistics, as of September 27, there were over 4.5 million new Bitcoin holdings. This trend is likely to continue as investors increasingly see Bitcoin as a safe and reliable investment.

It is clear that the Bitcoin market has had a tough time in 2020, with prices struggling to stay above $20,000. However, the recent uptick in trading volume is a positive sign for traders, and the market is currently showing signs of stability. With prices currently hovering around $20,000 and trading volume remaining strong, it seems that the Bitcoin market is poised for a strong finish to the year.