The BTC coin is still trapped in a correction phase that has dropped below the 0.5 FIB level. If the coin manages to sustain below the coin $48500, the coin will extend this retracement. However, a piece of positive news for this Bitcoin is that its hash rate has breached the previous All-time High of 180ET/s (7-day moving average).
Key technical points:
- The BTC coin bears reclaim the 200-day EMA
- The intraday trading volume in the BTC coin is $26.9 Billion, indicating a 3.13% loss.
Source- BTC/USD chart by Tradingview
On November 10th, the BTC coin marked its New All-Time High at $69000 and entered into a usual correction phase. However, this minor pullback has extended more than the holder’s expectation and has recently breached the crucial support of the 0.5 FIB level and 200 EMA line together.
So far, the coin has lost 30% of its value from the previous swing high and is currently trying to retest the broken resistance of $64870. The coin could drop to the $44000 mark if the price sustains below this.
The daily Relative Strength Index(56) displays a steady downtrend towards the oversold territory.
Bitcoin Hash rate Fully Recover From Impacts of China
In May, Bitcoin hash rate took a significant toll when China banned bitcoin services in their country.
As China was the major contributor to the world’s bitcoin mining, the hashrate for BTC experienced a negative impact on its value and started falling lower and lower. By the end of June, it lost 50 % of its value and plunged to the 84.8 ET/s(7-day moving averages). However, North American bitcoin mining companies emerged and did their job to stabilize the network’s hash rate.
From July, the metric initiated the steady in its chart, which recently broke the previous All Time-High of 180ET/s (7-day moving average) and is currently moving around 181.5ET/s, indicating a 113% increase in five months.