A widely followed crypto analyst is breaking down Bitcoin (BTC) as the top crypto by market cap bounces on the price charts.
Crypto trader Michaël van de Poppe tells his 667,500 followers on the social media platform X that BTC’s “crucial” levels are around $26,700 and $28,000.
“The chop continues on Bitcoin.
Let’s see what happens after FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee).
Crucial levels to me: $26,700 and $28,000. Anything in between is simply chop.
Breaking above $28,000 -> interested for longs.
Breaking south of $26,700 -> buying $26,000.”
The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) is the monetary policymaking body of the Federal Reserve System, and its purpose is to set monetary policy to achieve maximum employment and stable prices.
After Wednesday’s FOMC meeting, Van de Poppe says he is expecting a “relief bounce” for BTC soon.
“Bitcoin still on a crucial level here, which should be holding.
Markets correcting after FOMC meeting (dotplot super hawkish).
Expecting a relief bounce up from US open, and depending on that, Bitcoin holds above $26,500.”
According to the crypto analyst, Bitcoin is set to chop again.
“Bitcoin back in the chop.
I think we’ll continue to do so, so the funding game continue to be played out too.”
BTC is worth $26,680 at time of writing, up 0.4% in the last seven days.Don't Miss a Beat – Subscribe to get email alerts delivered directly to your inbox
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