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Bitcoin (BTC) November 25, 2020 – When $ 19,000 supports $ 20,000 – Cryptocurrencies

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Bitcoin (BTC) has still not reached its current ATH. The bulls must cross once again another area of ​​resistance at a few hundred dollars of the $ 20,000. BTC made inroads below $ 19,000 today, November 25, 2020. These drops are not necessarily negative, however.

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And one last, one more!

Bitcoin fell back to $ 18,670 today, before climbing back above $ 19,400.

The BTC got used to it again – the first rejection around this level having taken place yesterday, November 24, 2020 – and fell again below $ 19,000, before rebounding. Bitcoin Trading at $ 19,082 as of this writing.

The bulls are finally facing one last area of ​​resistance before the $ 20,000. They need to break through the $ 19,400 – $ 19,500 in order to finally hit new ATHs.

Data from Glassnode show that the number of whales has reached an all-time high over 4 years while the price of Bitcoin is approaching his current ATH. The number of addresses with at least 1,000 BTC exceeded the 2,000 unit mark.

These figures confirm once again a bullish rally supported by institutional investors, by large wallets.

We consolidate the 19,000 USD

Bitcoin could close with a doji today, showing an overall undecided market after yesterday’s push and, a few hundred dollars to hit new ATH.

Markets continue to clean up, with forays below $ 19,000. These falls consolidate this level as support before the BTC does not hit new all-time highs.

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A 3rd attempt to sustainably cross $ 19,400 – $ 19,500 could very well be unsuccessful or successful.

The 20,000 USD for this week remains more than ever possible. Strong sell pressure near or at the $ 20,000 level is likely, forming support at the $ 19,000 level would prevent a steep fall. The whales continue to push BTC, despite the impatience of some traders who do not hesitate to liquidate their positions even at a few hundred dollars of new ATH. Rejection, fall, consolidation and finally impulse: we are used to it, a routine which remains valid even in periods of parabolic rise.

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