BITCOIN (BTC/USD) PRICE OUTLOOK:
Bitcoin seems vulnerable to further losses following enormous losses broke key technical assistance
BTC/USD will look to recoup lost ground and maintain over crucial support at $30,000
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BITCOIN PRICE MAY BE IN PERIL AFTER LOSSES RESHAPE TECHNICAL LANDSCAPE
Bitcoin could be vulnerable to further volatility and losses as risk appetite waned and cryptocurrency sentiment soured through the week. Cost action has seen BTC/USD crater beneath multiple levels of service as companies walked back their adoption strategies and important exchanges had outages. The collection of basic headwinds highlight the relatively young state of the cryptocurrency marketplace and the enormous volatility which can follow in times of uncertainty.
While Bitcoin is no stranger to volatility, months of profits have seen much of that volatility limited to the upside. Crypto bulls confronted a rude awakening this week, however, as Bitcoin pierced major support around the 46,750 and $43,000 levels.
While a successful bounce off the $30,000 mark may be encouraging from the grander scheme of things, Bitcoin will have to avoid more profound declines to curtail the continuation of lower-lows and lower-highs -- a tendency that started in mid-April.
Ahead support will probably behave as immunity going forward, meaning bulls might need to negotiate plenty of hurdles when they are to recapture lost ground. First resistance resides across the zone at $43,000 and has stalled the recovery attempt. Secondary resistance rests at $46,750.
Given the developing string of lower-lows and lower-highs, it's tough to make a convincing bullish debate at this point and Bitcoin might have to recover its luster before immunity can be taken out. Further still, support is comparatively lean until $30,000 which could see the coin plummet quickly if bearishness returns. That said, a separation under $30,000 would mark another significant downgrade from the technical outlook and could open the door to deeper losses.