Bitcoin [BTC] price drops 2.7% as it broke below $9600 support despite bullish sentiments and increase in Gold the last day.
The price of Bitcoin [BTC] at 12: 30 hours UTC on 24th June 2020 is $9355. According to an independent analyst, this could have been brought about by the sell-off from miners.
Cole Garner, on-chain and market analyst tweeted,
Big spike in miner’s outflows overnight. Second biggest since #Bitcoin hit $10k. I’m expecting a whole lot of selling, starting real soon.
According to Garner, the Bitcoins did not flow into exchanges, rather seemed like an OTC trade. The daily average outflow from miners has dropped since halving. However, it is now witnessing massive spikes on isolated days which seems to be coming from large miners.
Recovery after Halving
Nevertheless, the hash rate has been on recovery since the halving has approached the buy signal, despite the mining difficulty increase earlier in the month.
However, as mentioned earlier, the Chinese miners are experiencing floods at the moment, which is favourable for cheap hydroelectricity power. The end of the season could lead to decreased profitability and hash rate.
Currently, the price seems to be holding to the 50-Day EMA as support at $9222 as support. Mati Greenspan, financial analyst and founder of Quantum Economics tweeted,
Been wondering when # might see its 200 DMA and was considering support around $8,000. It seems like the DMA is rising lately and with it our next support line.
The 200-Day Moving average is at $8292. In case of further downfall, the market will be critically looking for support above $8000.
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