Bitcoin Continues to Correct as Crypto Markets Bleed Billions
Yesterday’s Bitcoin pullback has extended into Friday as further losses are mounting. The selloff has slowed however as BTC searches for its short term bottom and traders seek buying opportunities. The overall trend for the past few weeks however has been sideways.
Bitcoin Slides 14% in Two Days
From a touch of $13,000 on Wednesday BTC has hit a low of $11,200 a couple of hours ago during Asian trading. The initial dump was triggered late on Wednesday and continued into Thursday after Bitcoin hit the bottom.
From there it managed to creep back up to resistance at $11,700 but could not hold that and continued to decline today. Daily volume has fallen back to $26 billion and market capitalization is in danger of dropping below $200 billion once again.
As usual crypto traders and analysts are eyeing the charts looking for areas of support and resistance as Bitcoin starts to form a longer term channel of consolidation. Josh Rager has noted support just below $11k and predicts further consolidation: