What happened with bitcoin, ethereum and dash rates over the past 24 hours.
Bitcoin’s (Bitcoin) rapid growth leaves behind a rather weak market structure, which can be studied further during the next few days. Quotes have returned to the A high-volume region, that leads to the main Tuesday’s idea - consolidation within the borders.
It’s possible to expect a test of upper border of A, a small correction and then an attack on the level of $ 7,200. This scenario seems unlikely, as the explosive growth which happened yesterday was caused mainly by closure of short positions.
It’s worth expecting a valuation within the boundaries of a high-volume region.
Highly likely is a valuation within the boundaries of the high-volume region, followed by a drift to the $6,470 level.
Ethereum’s (ETH/USD) chart is behaving similarly to bitcoin. After yesterday's growth, the price ended up in the lower part of double high-volume region - A. The area consists of two sub-regions with a border in-between, which is Monday’s maximum mark.
It’s possible to expect a consolidation, or a breakthrough into the upper sub-region and an attack at $560 level .
We can expect valuations within the boundaries of the region A with a possible transfer into its upper part.
It’s possible to expect a consolidation followed by a price drift to $500 mark.
Dash (DASH/USD) is being consolidated within the boundaries of a high-volume region. The main scenarios are similar to those for bitcoin and ethereum.
We can consider a consolidation in the high-volume region with a possible attack on the maximum level of $290.
It’s possible to expect a valuations in the region of $262 - 270.
It’s possible to see a gradual decrease down to $255 and a test of a local minimum of $250.
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By Yana Sher