Despite the slight downturn, the institutional adoption of Bitcoin continues to increase. Filings with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission show that four wealth management firms have bought shares in Grayscale’s Bitcoin Investment Trust.
A survey of about 42,000 people in 27 countries by product comparison website Finder showed a high adoption rate in Asia. Among the countries polled, Vietnam had the highest adoption rate at 41%, while India and Indonesia had a 30% adoption rate
Taproot, Bitcoin’s first major upgrade, since the SegWit (Segregated Witness) block capacity change in 2017, activated on November 14. The latest update enables the blockchain to process smart contracts and improves transaction privacy and efficiency.
Bitcoin broke above the psychological barrier of £50,000 on November 9 and 10 but the bulls could not sustain the higher levels. This may have prompted profit-booking from short-term traders which pulled the price back below the breakout level of £48,426.53 on November 10.
The bulls defended the 20-day exponential moving average (EMA) on November 12 but higher levels again attracted selling by the bears. The BTC/GBP pair turned down on November 15 and the bears have pulled the price below the 20-day EMA today.
If the pair closes below the 20-day EMA, the possibility of a decline to the 50-day simple moving average (SMA) increases. The negative divergence on the relative strength index (RSI) also points that the bullish momentum may be weakening. The selling could intensify if bears break the critical support at £41,931. This negative view will be invalidated if the price turns up from the current level and breaks above the all-time high.
Such a move will indicate that demand remains strong and traders are accumulating on dips. We do not see any attractive trade setup, hence we have not been proposing any trades for the past few days.
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CRYPTO TRADE OPPORTUNITIES
BITCOIN – BTC/GBP
Bitcoin broke above the psychological barrier of £50,000 on November 9 and 10 but the bulls could not sustain the higher levels. This may have prompted profit-booking from short-term traders which pulled the price back below the breakout level of £48,426.53 on November 10. Read more
ETHEREUM – ETH/GBP
We had mentioned in our previous analysis that Ether’s rally could face stiff resistance at the 100% Fibonacci extension level at £3,590.13 and that is what happened. Read more
RIPPLE – XRP/GBP
XRP surged to £0.9812 on November 10 but the long wick on the day’s candlestick showed aggressive selling at higher levels. This indicates that bears are defending the overhead resistance at £1.0156 as we had projected in the previous analysis. The bears pulled the price back below the breakout level of £0.8924 on November 10. The bulls pushed the price back above the level on November 11 but the recovery was short-lived as the price again dipped back below £0.8924 on November 12. Read more
CARDANO – ADA/GBP
Cardano surged above the downtrend line on November 9 but the up-move proved to be a bull trap. The price turned around sharply and plunged back below the downtrend line on November 10. Read more
BINANCE – BNB/GBP
We had indicated the possibility of a drop to the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement level of £423.70 in our previous analysis and that happened on November 10. Binance Coin’s subsequent rebound also played out according to our expectations. Read more
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$100 Trillion Market Showing Growing Interest in Digital Gold (Bitcoin) and Web 3.0 (Ethereum)
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