Latest Bitcoin price and analysis (BTC to USD)

Bitcoin is struggling to hold on to the $7,800 level of support following a 6% move to the downside over the past five days

Bitcoin is desperately clinging on to the $7,800 level of support following a bearish daily and weekly candle close.

It now needs to break above $8,000 with a degree of conviction if it wants to have a chance of regaining price above $8,500.

The likely targets to the downside remain at $7,400, $6,750, and $5,900, all of which were levels of support during the 2018 bear market.

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About Bitcoin

In August 2008, the domain name bitcoin.org was registered. On 31st October 2008, a paper was published called “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System”. This was authored by Satoshi Nakamoto, the inventor of Bitcoin. To date, no one knows who this person, or people, are.

The paper outlined a method of using a P2P network for electronic transactions without “relying on trust”. On 3rd January 2009, the Bitcoin network came into existence. Nakamoto mined block number “0” (or the “genesis block”), which had a reward of 50 Bitcoins.

More Bitcoin news and information

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As with any investment, it pays to do some homework before you part with your money. The prices of cryptocurrencies are volatile and go up and down quickly. This page is not recommending a particular currency or whether you should invest or not.

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by the author should not be considered as financial advice.

 

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