Bitcoin on the low, falls below $8000 as US- Iran tension lessens

Bitcoin on the low alongside other cryptocurrencies as America’s president, Donald Trump eased the air between them. As tension in Iran dropped, Bitcoin falls below $8000 and the value of several other cryptocurrencies continues to fall.

Here’s a bit of good news as we go to press: Bitcoin’s next macro uptrend may start sooner than you think.

After posting what appeared to be a grim break below $8,000 yesterday, Bitcoin’s bulls have thus far been able to step up and defend a key monthly support level.

BitcoinsBitcoin dropped below $8,000 overnight after the situation between the two countries showed signs of resolving itself. This has got crypto analysts talking as they predict that Bitcoin value would continue to drop.

Currently, bitcoin trades below 5% at its current price of $7,930 a contrast to its high $8,400 where it rose to when the tension was building up. This price, which subsequently became a key support level, was decisively broken below yesterday when bulls ramped up their selling pressure

US, Iran Brawl

The world is currently on the brink of World War 3 after Iran has come at loggerheads with the US following the assassination of top Iranian commander, Qaseem Soleimani and Tehran hit bases housing American troops in Iraq with ballistic missiles.

Iran, in retaliation, launched more than a dozen ballistic missiles at the Ain al-Assad airbase in Iraq’s Anbar province and a military facility in Erbil on Wednesday and warned the US against further attacks.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani warned the United States it risked a “dangerous response” if the White House tried any further interventions in the region.

These activities had a direct impact on the crypto market with Bitcoin on the low and several cryptocurrency prices skyrocketed.

Bitcoin on the low, aftermath of US, Iran brawl

The brawl increased selling pressure after the world learned that the US does not appear to have plans to retaliate against Iran for their recent missile strike on an Iraqi military base.

Crypto analyst Josh Rager noted that he believes the ongoing pullback could go deeper, and how it responds to the support around its current price will offer insight into just how far the sell-off could extend.

 

He concluded that if Bitcoin fails to hold above the support it has found around its current price, it could spark a near-term downtrend that forces it to cut into a significant amount of its recent gains.

Here’s what’s currently happening after yesterday’s bitcoin on the low:

This overt rejection led the cryptocurrency as low as $7,777 a few hours ago, just prior to bulls stepping up and ardently defending this level, which resulted in BTC climbing back towards $8,000. Although the crypto did fave a slight rejection at $8,000, it has still been able to hold above its key support.

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