Bitcoin () fell sharply on Oct. 27 as $60,000 finally gave way to two-week lows.
Bitcoin bites into major buy wal
Data fromand showed BTC/USD nearing $58,000 at the time of writing, hitting its lowest since Oct. 15.
The move followsof $60,000, with Bitcoin now taking liquidity in a large support wall with $57,000 as its base.
Analysts, as Cointelegraph, were already prepared, with some data suggesting a deeper dive to a low as $50,000 would still preserve the overall bull trend.
couldn’t break through $63.6K and tests the other side of the range.
Might be dropping another time if $61.6K can’t break and then I’m looking at $58K next.
— Michaël van de Poppe (@CryptoMichNL)
Commenting on the situation meanwhile, Charles Edwards, CEO of investment firm Capriole, blamed leveraged traders for sparking the volatility.
«Basically Bitcoin looks incredible here on most metrics, but leverage traders have gone out of control,» he.
«We won’t get sustainable price rises until that changes.»
Data$500 million being liquidated in a single hour across cryptocurrency.
Altcoins lose big on trend reversal
Ether () led a bleed from altcoins Wednesday, falling below its hard-won $4,000 support line.
Several of the top ten cryptocurrencies by market cap saw daily losses of over 15%, including Dogecoin () and Solana (SOL).
Shiba Inu (SHIB) was still largely in the green, up 23% on the day despite the market turnaround and continuing a.