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CME Gaps Haunts Bitcoin Price Rally Yet Again, Is a Plunge Imminent?

Bitcoin Price Rebounds 

Bitcoin experienced a major setback in the past weekend, where the weekly gains were just shed off in a single day. The price dipped as low as $57K, yet managed to bounce back and gained another $1000. Woefully, these gains were also drained and the BTC price again visited the previous day’s lows yet another time, forming a double bottom pattern.

Fortunately, the BTC price rebounded, without dipping below the lower levels of the pattern and now trading close to $58k. The price rejecting the lower support levels for a consecutive second time in a small time frame indicates a major breakout is approaching very soon.

Moreover, the other altcoins paired with BTC are also expected to experience a big breakout in coming weeks as predicted by analyst Micheal van de Poppe. And hence, the analysts have also advised his 192.7K followers to hold their positions smartly. 

CME Gap Haunts The Price Rally

The CME gaps are the most debatable topic within the crypto space. Some believe the gaps have nothing to do with the btc price rally, yet some predict a plunge to the CME gap levels in order to fill them. However, the price reportedly filled the recent CME gap around $57k, when it had formed an ATH above $61K.

However, the price has opened up a couple of gaps recently, somewhere around $55K and $58,500 according to market analytic platform Galaxy Trading. However, it is not mandatory that each CME gap is filled as a gap is still open around $9000 too. 

Yet, recently, BTC price plunged hard to fill the CME gap around $57k and hence keep the speculation on filling the recent gap, alive. At the time of writing, the bitcoin price rally recorded $58,415 with a slight jump of 0.25% compared to the previous trading day.

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Delma Wilson

Delma is a B2B Content Marketer, Consultant, Blogger in the field of Blockchain, and Cryptocurrency. In her spare time, she loves to blog, play badminton and watch out ted talks. She likes pets and shares her free time with NGO.

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