BTC price could be in line for a dip of around $2,000 after days of straight upside, with Bitcoin buyers lying in wait.
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Bitcoin (BTC) lingered near $30,000 on June 22 as traders sought opportunities to “buy the dip.”
Bitcoin dip-buyers “ready” for $28,000
BTC price performance had impressed the day before, with the largest cryptocurrency returning to the $30,000 mark for the first time since mid-April.
Now, hopes were increasing over a modest correction next, enabling lucrative entry points for further long positions.
— Ed_NL (@Crypto_Ed_NL) June 22, 2023
“Bitcoin looking at this scenario,” Michaël van de Poppe, founder and CEO of trading firm Eight, told Twitter followers.
“I think, $28.500 is a great spot for longing, the lower the better, but I think that’s the zone where you want to get it before we’ll continue to $40,000.”
“After the falling wedge breakout, we are now back at the key resistance: $30,000,” part of the day’s analysis read.
“Price seems to be stalling a bit, which suggests we may get some dip-buying opportunities soon. Watching $29,000 and $28,000 personally – ready to bid if we get it.”
BTC price volatility “no exception” to norm
Analyzing the nature of the past days’ upside, meanwhile, on-chain analytics firm Glassnode argued that Bitcoin was doing nothing out of the ordinary.
Volatility had followed an extended period of sideways BTC price action, which has been familiar to many other breakouts.
A chart uploaded to Twitter showed 30-day highs and lows over the years, with the previous month described as “extremely tight.“
“Historically, extremely tight trading ranges have preceded large, volatile moves in either direction,” Glassnode commented.
“Thus the 30-day Bitcoin High and Low price range can be utilized as a prescient indicator for detecting incoming volatility, with the most recent rally being no exception.“
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