A few major cryptocurrencies are close to breaking below their critical support levels, indicating further downside in the next few days.
Bitcoin is flashing some bullish signals as volatility is expected to pick up over the next few days.
A few major cryptocurrencies are attracting buyers on dips, which suggests that investor sentiment remains bullish.
Most major cryptocurrencies are stuck in a range suggesting a balance between supply and demand.
Bitcoin price is struggling to overtake $9.6K even as Federal Reserve policy appears to be driving new investors into BTC.
Recent surges in open interest on Bitcoin and Ethereum options contracts suggests institutional players are continuing to build positions in the top two cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin is likely to make a decisive move in the next few days and start a trending move that could remain in force for a few weeks.
Bitcoin sold off as stocks corrected on June 11, but BTC and altcoins are failing to recover even as equities markets move higher.
Institutional investors are showing greater interest in cryptocurrency and this could result in a sharp move within the next few days.
Bitcoin price remains range-bound, but as miners sell fewer coins and the BTC reserves on the exchanges drops, a possible up move could occur in the next few days.