Has Bitcoin Cash BCH/USD Bottomed Out?

By 04/18/2018 No Comments

We had yet another bullish day across the crypto market, with Bitcoin cash leading the top 20 cryptocurrencies with its 16% gain. From a technical point of view, it appears that BCH/USD may have bottomed out. Let’s take a closer look. 

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Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Overview

Bitcoin Cash remains the most popular Bitcoin fork. Since its inception on August 1, 2017, Bitcoin Cash has aimed to effectively eliminate the problems associated with Bitcoin trading.

Some distinct features of Bitcoin Cash include faster and cheaper transactions comparing to Bitcoin, and that its ecosystem is maintained and controlled by separate independent development teams internationally.

Analysts are expecting further development updates which can change its future.  BCH remains the 4th largest cryptocurrency, though its market cap jumped to $15 billion on Wednesday according to coinmarketcap.

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BCH/USD Technical Analysis

From a technical point of view, Wednesday’s surge created a bullish engulfing candlestick pattern on the daily time frame. It could also be reaching the neckline of what appears to be a Saucer Bottom reversal chart pattern. A confirmation of this chart pattern could indicate that BCH/USD has bottomed out.

Bitcoin Cash BCH Technical Analysis

On the other hand, however, BCH price remains below the daily Ichimoku cloud. with the cloud acting as a resistance. Should this truly be the start of a new uptrend momentum, we could see the 23% and 38% Fibonacci retracement levels of $1475 and $1995 to be reached within the next couple of months.


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