Bitcoin price has defied bearish sentiment, rising once again above the $10,000 mark to set the stage for a promising month of August.
Market visualization. Source: Coin360
“August could turn out to be a good month”
Trader and market analyst Josh Rager said that BTC/USD moving back above $10,000 is finally showing some nice follow through.
“A close above previous 4hr resistance is a nice sign,” he continued. “The good news about the death cross is that it leads to a golden cross as the 50MA is already starting to turn up.”
Rager concludes that:
“August could turn out to be a good month for price, IMO”
Bitcoin 7-day price chart. Source: Coin360
Bitcoin Price bulls eyeing $10,600 resistance
Now, the next key resistance level to overcome is around $10,600 level, according to popular trader Filb Filb. However, the squeeze up continues for BTC on relatively low volume, which suggests that the market is still not convinced of a bullish turnaround, he wrote in his Telegram trading journal.
As Cointelegraph reported yesterday, the new return above $10,000 coincided with this week’s rate cut by the Fed, which fueled excitement among traders. As some commentators noted, this was the first rate cut since Bitcoin’s creation over a decade ago.
Ether and other alts still anemic
Meanwhile, sideways action has defined the top twenty altcoins. Moreover, alts have also struggled to keep up with Bitcoin price. For example, the past seven days say BTC gain over 5% while Ether (ETH) is down 1.4% and XRP down 2.7% over the same period.
Notable winners include Litecoin (LTC), up over 3% in the past week with roughly four days to go before its halving, as well as Monero (XMR) and Tezos (XTZ), which have risen 3.8% and an impressive 13%, respectively.
Ether 7-day price chart. Source: Coin360
The total cryptocurrency market cap stood at $283 billion, with Bitcoin’s share at 65.8% of the total.
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