BTC price falls back to $47K as weekly close neatly tracks Bitcoin futures gap


Bitcoin (BTC) retested $47,000 on Sept. 19 as the weekly close appeared set to hinge on the CME futures gap.

BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView

Bitcoin comes full circle after erasing beneficial properties

Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView confirmed combined indicators from BTC/USD as the week drew to a close.

Saturday had seen a stronger rally from the pair, which subsequently gave manner to ranging habits amid an absence of clear route.

“Happens quite often in the markets,” Cointelegraph contributor Michaël van de Poppe explained.

“Slight rally on Saturday for Bitcoin, coming back down to CME close on Sunday. CME closed at $47,490 on Friday, seems to be that we’re going to open there too later today.”

The Bitcoin futures closing price might thus seal what has been a cautiously optimistic week for hodlers, with final week’s close coming in at nearer to $46,000.

A take a look at purchase and promote ranges on main change Binance in the meantime revealed robust resistance at $49,000, this having elevated in veracity over the weekend. Buy assist, in contrast, nonetheless stood at $44,000.

BTC/USD purchase and promote ranges (Binance) as of Sept. 19. Source: Material Indicators

Altcoins stage copycat strikes into weekly close

It was a equally lackluster day for altcoins, with the highest ten cryptocurrencies copying Bitcoin’s roughly 2.5% every day losses.

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Ethereum’s ETH shed barely extra, coming to circle $3,350 on the time of writing — roughly 2% under its place on the similar time every week in the past.

ETH/USD 1-day candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView

As Cointelegraph reported, nevertheless, a number of tokens confirmed bull flags over the week, these including Solana (SOL).