However, data from Glassnode, a popular on-chain analytics tool, shows that Bitcoin outflows from exchanges continue to grow despite the big sell-offs. This meant investors were possibly buying and move their Bitcoins out of exchanges in anticipation of future rallies.
So what’s next for Bitcoin?
The Bitcoin chart looks bearish on several time frames as it can be seen that the price broke below the Symmetrical triangle (A chart analytical candle pattern used by the traders to determine the market trend),
and closed below it.
The next possible support where a bounce can be expected is in the $30,200 region. In case the price continues to fall, it is almost certain that we can expect that support level to be hit. $30,000 is a crucial range and the price needs to stay above it.
Several moving averages, a popular technical indicator used by the traders to determine the market trend, also suggest more downside in the coming days.
What’s next for Ethereum?
Ethereum prices also fell along with Bitcoin which invalidated the ascending triangle pattern in which it was trading the past week.
There is no solid support till the $2,050 – $2,150 range. If the price closes below the current support ($2,500), it’s highly likely that the price might fall onto the lower supports in the coming days.
The bearish close will also lead to the 20-period moving average, becoming bearish leading to further downside. For budding traders, it is recommended to trade safely on such highly volatile, ranging days.