5 July BTCUSD Price Fundamental Analysis: Will the uptrend continue?


Bitcoin price is as yet solidifying inside its rising wedge arrangement. Should traders expect a breakout soon? What does the following 5 July BTCUSD Price Fundamental Analysis reveal?

5 July, OctaFX – The price of Bicoin and other cryptocurrencies rose over the weekend. This ended a few weeks of major declines that saw Bitcoin and Ethereum reach lows of $5700 and $395 respectively.  After the weekend surge, bitcoin has traded within a narrow range of $6580 and $6500 as traders wait for the next catalyst.

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With regards to cryptocurrencies, regulation has been a significant topic of conversation. The Japanese Financial Services Authority (FSA) is reportedly considering the way it regulates crypto exchanges with the hope of improving consumer protection.

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5 July BTCUSD Price Fundamental Analysis

Bitcoin is currently trading at $6550. With the BTCUSD pair trading in a narrow sideways direction, there is a likelihood that its price will break out in either direction. If it moves lower, traders should expect it to test the support of $6180. If it moves higher, traders should expect it to aim for the $7,000 level.

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