Bitcoin (BTC) will swing around $ 59,000 when it closes on November 21 after failing to test the latest lows again.

1-hour candlestick chart BTC / USD (bit stamp). Source: TradingView
BTC Challenge $ 60,000
Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed that BTC / USD reached almost $ 60K before consolidating in a new higher area after a sudden rise on Saturday night.

The pair reached a low of $ 55,650 in one week, the lowest in over a month, but no new tests occurred as the mood improved.

With a more relaxed view at the end of the week, analysts therefore look at the longer term to understand the general state of the market.

“Since the 200-day black exponential moving average broke, Bitcoin has climbed to all-time highs. It is still more than 50% above the 200-EMA, despite the recent correction from ATH,” Rekt Capital concluded.

“Long-term investor sentiment remains positive on Bitcoin.”

1-day BTC / USD candlestick chart (Bitstamp) with 200-day moving average (EMA). Source: Rekt Capital / Twitter
On-chain calculations confirm the logical view: Crypto Fear & Greed Index in neutral territory is just under $ 60,000.

The network’s fundamentals were also not affected by this week’s events: the hash speed remained at a record high, and the complexity may continue to increase slightly with the next adjustment, scheduled for 27 November.

Meanwhile, retailer Pentoshi has identified the $ 59,000-61,000 site as the point where it would be prudent to re-enter with immediate long positions if this site succeeds in recovering.

“Overall, Bitcoin’s supercycle and ultra-long cycle are still in place,” added Michael van de Poppe of Cointelegraph.

Ethereum: Avalanche drives the slow altcoin market
When it comes to altcoins, Ether (ETH) was one of the top 10 cryptocurrencies by market value on Sunday, amid a solid move overall.

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ETH / USD is trading at 2.3% at the time of writing, while Avalance (AVAX) has returned 12% in 24 hours and entered the top ten for Dogecoin (DOGE) withdrawals for the first time.

Source: CoinTelegraph

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