Bitcoin (Bitcoin) climbed into key liquidity for the third time on Jan. 1. 29 as the weekly and monthly closures loomed.
Traders on Bitcoin: $25,000 “in sight”
Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and trading view showed BTC/USD briefly touching $24,498 overnight on Bitstamp.
Though short-lived, the move marked the pair’s third attempt to push liquidity on the sell side above $23,400 in the past few days.
In any case, the bulls seemed to lack the momentum to reclaim new support levels. At the time of writing, the status quo remained unchanged, with Bitcoin trading just below liquidity at $23,250.
Binance previous order book data uploaded on Twitter by monitoring resource material indicators showed the firepower required to neutralize bears.
As of Jan. On the 27th of February, resistance stood at $23,200, $24,500 and $25,000, although the latter is still on traders’ radars as a potential next target.
“$25,000 target in sight,” a confident Crypto Tony told Twitter followers in comments that day.
Crypto Tony additionally anticipated bullishness in altcoins, with the total crypto market cap set for a retest of resistance above the $1 trillion mark.
“Still looking for some decent upside over the next few weeks BUT be careful as we start to unlock the $1.2-$1.33 trillion market cap resistance level. This is a significant level and I expect strong resistance here,” he said wrote he Jan 28
However, like others, Crypto Tony remained cautious on longer timeframes, keeping the door open for a new macro bottom that would appear in Bitcoin and altcoins sometime in 2023.
Among them is a fellow commentator Il Capo by Crypto, who in one To update avoided technical analysis that day to note that it remained “short and strong” BTC.
“Interesting week ahead,” he added.
The best January in ten years?
At current prices, BTC/USD appeared to end the week at its highest level since mid-August 2022.
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With the impact of the FTX meltdown absent from the charts, January gains are 39.8% at the time of writing, bitcoin’s highest profitable January since 2013.
In addition to the monthly close, there will be new potential macroeconomic triggers from the United States in the coming week as the Federal Reserve announces its recent rate hike.
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