6th July Latest Crypto News Digital Magazine

Bitcoin had an eventful first half in 2021. Institutional adoption boosted its price above £47,000 in mid-April but the law of gravitation pulled the price down to £20,000 in mid-May, a 57% drop from the highs. Since then, the price has remained range-bound. The big question troubling investors is whether the downtrend is over or is there one more leg down.


Bitcoin is currently stuck between the 50-day simple moving average (SMA) and £23,620. Although the bulls pushed the price above the 20-day exponential moving average (EMA) on July 4, they could not clear the hurdle at the 50-day SMA. This shows that the bears are not ready to throw in the towel yet.

If bears pull the price below £23,620, the BTC/GBP pair could retest the critical support at £21,000. Repeated retest of a support level tends to weaken it. A break below £21,000 could result in panic selling and the pair could plummet to £15,000.

Therefore, traders who had purchased on the rebound off £21,000 as suggested in our earlier analysis may trail their stops to breakeven.

The flattish 20-day EMA and the bullish divergence on the relative strength index (RSI) indicate a minor advantage to the bulls.

If the price rebounds off £23,620, the bulls will make one more attempt to drive the price above the 50-day SMA. If they succeed, the pair could start its journey toward the £30,000 to £31,005 overhead resistance zone.

Lastly please check out the advancement’s happening in the cryptocurrency world.

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Featuring in this weeks Edition

– Werewolf
– Ferrum Network
– World Mobile Network
– The Coop Network
– Somee Social




The Bitcoin price GBP is currently stuck between the 50-day simple moving average (SMA) and £23,620. Although the bulls pushed the xbt to gbp price above the 20-day exponential moving average (EMA) on July 4, they could not clear the hurdle at the 50-day SMA. This shows that the bears are not ready to throw in the towel yet.  Read more


Ethereum price gbp broke above the 20-day EMA but turned down from the 50-day SMA as we had projected in the previous analysis. The 20-day EMA is flat and the RSI is near the midpoint, suggesting a balance between supply and demand.

If the eth price gbp rebounds off the current level or from £1,468.55, the bulls will make one more attempt to push the ETH/GBP pair above the downtrend line. If they manage to do that, the bearish descending triangle setup will be negated and the pair could rally to £2,160. Read more


The ripple price GBP held previous support at £0.53566 acted as a stiff resistance on June 29 and the bulls could not push XRP above it. Since then, the price has been trading close to the 20-day EMA.

This suggests that the bulls are not dumping their positions yet and they may make one more attempt to clear the hurdle at £0.53566. If they manage to do that, the XRP/GBP pair could rise to the 50-day SMA and then to £0.70. Read more


ADA to GBP broke above the 20-day EMA and reached the 50-day SMA as we had projected in our previous analysis. However, the bulls could not push the price above the 50-day SMA.

This suggests that bears are attempting to defend this resistance aggressively. On the way down, the bulls are currently trying to sustain the ada gbp price above the 20-day EMA. Due to this, the price is stuck between the moving averages. Read more


BNB Coin has been trading close to the 20-day EMA for the past few days. Though the bulls have not been able to push the price above it, they have not allowed the altcoin to correct.

When the price clings to resistance, the possibility of a breakout from it increases. If bulls can push the price above the moving averages, the BNB/GBP could pick up momentum and rally to £305.44. The bears will again pose a stiff challenge at this level. Read more

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