Tuesday, December 10, 2019

BTC to fall further? $80 million in longs liquidated on Bitmex

The Takeaway:

The drop in bitcoin's price has resulted in $80 million longs being liquidated on the BitMex platform. Last week $3.5 million worth shorts were liquidated on the same platform. Analysts have predicted the bearish trend for the leading cryptocurrency in the coming weeks.

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Yesterday bitcoin went below $10,000 mark before climbing up again today. At the time of writing, BTC is down more than 2% and is trading at just above $10,000 mark. This recent drop in price has triggered $80 million worth BTC long liquidation on the crypto exchange BitMex. Last week $3.5 million worth BTC shorts were liquidated on the platform. 

Many analysts have predicted that bitcoin might be heading towards a bear market. Analyst Josh rager earlier tweeted that bitcoin might slide below $9,000 in the coming weeks. 

According to a Forbes report, Bitcoin’s 30-day volatility is now at 53.5%, which is the lowest in four months. Chief investment officer at Blockforce capital believes so far in September, bitcoin’s price has only consolidated the range-bound nature that was kicked off early August. 

As reported earlier bitcoin is following a descending triangle pattern and many experts have predicted a bearish market for bitcoin in coming weeks. Let us know in comments where do you think the price of bitcoin is heading in coming weeks?

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Jesse Kirby
Jesse Kirby
Since his childhood days, Jesse was fond of writing and learning new things. He developed a special interest in bitcoin back in 2011 and started to get deep into the crypto space. After completing his masters degree from Bnos Menachem School, New York, Jesse became a full time writer and crypto analyst.

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