Latest Bitcoin Cash price and analysis (BCH to USD)

Bitcoin Cash is appearing to be one of the more bearish cryptocurrencies after struggling to break out above a number of key levels yesterday

Bitcoin Cash has failed to break above the daily 200 moving average in spite of a wider rally across the cryptocurrency market.

While Bitcoin and Ethereum both enjoyed staggering surges to the upside, Bitcoin Cash struggled to make progress after suffering a brutal rejection 200MA.

Even though it momentarily rallied to $276 Bitcoin Cash soon lost momentum before falling back down to the $255 level of support.

The failure to form a crucial lower high signals a distinct lack of optimism from investors and traders, with the potential of a correction now becoming increasingly likely.

Downside price targets continue to emerge at both $238 and $200, although a re-test of the low at $142 may also come into fruition if Bitcoin Cash continues to struggle on lower time frames.

When compared against its BTC trading pair BCH is 40.68% down since February 14 which demonstrates how far it has fallen in such a small space of time.

In order for Bitcoin Cash to invalidate its bearish forecast it needs to begin closing daily candles above the daily 200MA, which is currently in confluence with the $269 level of resistance.

Following on from that it would need to trade back above $282 as this was the point the sell-off began in early March.

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About Bitcoin Cash

Bitcoin Cash was born out of the idea of making Bitcoin more practical for small, day-to-day payments. In May 2017, Bitcoin payments took about four days unless a fee was paid, which was proportionately too large for small transactions. A change to the code was implemented and Bitcoin Cash was born on 1st August 2017.

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