Bitcoin’s 20% Slump From 2019-High Won’t Kill Strong Bullish Fundamentals

Since June 26, within the past three weeks, the bitcoin price has declined from $13,868 to around $11,200 by 20 percent against the U.S. dollar. After recording a 250 percent increase in value year-to-date at its yearly peak, a pullback for bitcoin was generally anticipated by traders. Following its 20 percent decline, fundamentals for the dominant crypto asset remain strong as seen in its hash rate achieving an all-time high. What does all-time high bitcoin hash rate indicate? Since January 2019, the hash rate of the Bitcoin blockchain network has…

Bitcoin (BTC) Price Trading Near Make-or-Break Levels

After a strong recovery, bitcoin price struggled to gain momentum above $12,000 against the US Dollar. The price topped near the $12,050 level and recently corrected gains below $11,500. There is a major bearish trend line forming with resistance near $11,700 on the 4-hours chart of the BTC/USD pair (data feed from Kraken). The pair could either surpass $11,700 and $12,000 or decline further below the $10,800 support. Bitcoin price is facing a couple of strong resistances near $11,700 and $12,000 against the US Dollar. BTC must surpass the $12,000…