Bitcoin is trailing as it starts a new week thanks to fresh worries over a blanket ban by India—is that it for the bull run? After hitting new all-time highs of almost $62,000 over the weekend, Indian lawmakers have burst Bitcoin’s bubble, sparking the biggest daily losses in history.
Markets Report: Bitcoin stays skewed to upside, rejecting dip to reach $57K
A dip to $54,400 fizzles and buyer support returns BTC/USD to the crucial resistance zone below all-time highs
Bitcoin kept bulls guessing and bears firmly disappointed on March 12 as a retest of lower levels ended in a strong rebound. Data from price trackers including CoinMarketCap and Tradingview showed BTC/USD rejecting a move towards previous support at $52,000 which began overnight.
Markets Report: Bitcoin hits $54,500 amid rumors Oracle wants 70,000 BTC
Unsubstantiated reports say that an announcement from Oracle will come this week and could see it become an instant Bitcoin heavyweight
Bitcoin climbed to within $4,000 of all-time highs on March 9 as rumors swirled over an imminent buy-in which would rival MicroStrategy. The move was music to the ears of traders, who had been waiting for a decisive attack on both $50,000 for support and a flip of resistance higher up at $52,000 to cement the prospect of the bull run continuing.
Markets Report: Bitcoin tipped for $50,000 next as Tesla upends expectations
The shock $1.5 billion from Elon Musk’s company continues to ricochet among investors and mainstream consumers
Bulls were already confident prior to Monday’s news, with Bitcoin passing $40,000 over the weekend. Elon Musk’s company then set the market alight with its filing with U.S. regulators and Bitcoin subsequently hit new record levels of $48,200.