Bitcoin Cash [BCH], the fourth-largest cryptocurrency has been pushed down due to the bearish market forces yet again. The collective cryptocurrency market fell by a massive $5 billion over the weekend and since correcting forces have not stepped in yet, the market cap is languishing at $118 billion, its lowest since mid-December.
At press time, BCH has declined marginally against the US dollar in terms of 24-hour price change, however, the market cap of the coin has fallen to $2.14 billion, just $20 million ahead of EOS [EOS], in the fifth place.
In terms of exchange-volume dominance, Bitcoin Cash [BCH] is being traded the most on P2PB2B with the following three trading pairs: BCH/USD, BCH/ETH, and BCH/BTC accounting for the following share: 8.24 percent, 7.51 percent, and 7.43 percent respectively. The next two exchanges holding maximum BCH volumes are HitBTC and LBank.
The one-hour Bitcoin Cash trendline boasts two prominent downtrends with contrasting severities. The first occurring prior to last weekend extends from $130.02 to $127.2, the second beginning at the close of the weekend extended from $128.49 to $$121.47. A meager uptrend was also noticed from $127.16 to $129.5.
Bitcoin Cash’s immediate support level is pegged at $119.64, which the coin is hovering over. The immediate resistance level of the coin is $123.07, which the coin slipped below on 20 January. The other resistance and support level of the coin is at $130.43 and $125.37.
The Bollinger Bands point to a decline in the volatility of Bitcoin Cash, as the weekend’s price fluctuations have stabilized. The Moving Average line points to a bearish trend in the market.
The Fisher Transform indicator points to a bearish market as the Fisher line has overtaken the Trigger Line.
The Awesome Oscillator indicates that the Bitcoin Cash market has been taken over by the bears, as the AO line is below 0.
The one-day trend line boasts a significant downtrend during the Bitcoin Cash hardfork that split the coin in two and sent the market into a spiral. The first downtrend began prior to the hardfork and extended from $854.67 to $452.38, 47.06 percent decline, and the second one, post the November hardfork extended from $628.38 to $134.94, a whopping 78.52 percent decline.
The immediate key support level of the coin stands at $72.09, which the coin has not come close to since mid-December. The immediate key resistance level stands at $197.80, which the coin fell below at the beginning of the month. The previous support level stood at 411.52. The previous resistance levels were pegged at $650.38 and $628.38 respectively.
The Chaikin Money Flow points to withdrawal of money from Bitcoin Cash as the CMF line has dipped below 0.
The MACD Line points to a mildly bearish trend. Bitcoin Cash almost broke into a bullish territory at the beginning of the year but because of the bearish pressure, it failed to escape.
The Parabolic SAR points to a bearish market as the dotted line is aligned above Bitcoin Cash’s trend line.
In the short term, Bitcoin Cash [BCH] has severely declined as the week began, trading at a low of around $119.34, while last week it saw a high of $131.69. However, in the long-run, the bears have softened their grip on the BCH market, as the trend line looks to stabilize and major indicators point to only a marginal bearish momentum for the coin.
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