Bitcoin and Altcoins Move Below Major Breakout Levels

Yesterday, there was a recovery wave in bitcoin price above the USD 7,000 resistance area. BTC/USD climbed above USD 7,200, but it struggled to break an important resistance near USD 7,350. At pixel time (09:43 UTC) it already trades below USD 7,000.
Similarly, there was an upside correction in major altcoins, including ethereum, XRP, bitcoin cash, litecoin, EOS, BNB, ADA, TRX and XLM. ETH/USD is currently above USD 140 and it is struggling to gain strength above the USD 150 resistance. XRP/USD declined below USD 0.215 and the bulls are finding it hard to push the price above USD 0.220 and USD 0.222.

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Bitcoin price

Recently, bitcoin price started an upside correction from the USD 6,550 support level. BTC/USD managed to recover above the USD 7,000 resistance area. Moreover, it made an attempt to climb above the USD 7,350 and USD 7,400 resistance levels. However, it failed to gain strength and declined below USD 7,200.
The price is now trading at c. USD 6,927. On the upside, a clear break above USD 7,350 and USD 7,400 is must to start a strong rise. If not, the price is likely to resume its decline below USD 6,800.

Ethereum price

Ethereum price rallied above the USD 145 resistance after it found support near the USD 132 level. ETH/USD even spiked above the USD 150 resistance, but it seems to be struggling to gain momentum.
The price is now trading below USD 145, with support near USD 142. If there is no upside break above USD 150 and USD 152, the price could decline below USD 142 and USD 140.

Bitcoin cash, litecoin and XRP price

Bitcoin cash price is back above the USD 200 and USD 205 levels. BCH/USD is currently trading in a range above the USD 205 level, and it seems like the price is facing resistance near USD 215 and USD 218. A clear break above USD 220 could open the doors for a push towards USD 250.
Litecoin is holding the USD 45.00 support area, but at the same time finding it hard to climb…

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