Bitcoin price analysis: Bitcoin breaks past $35,000, targets $37,500 next?

Bitcoin Price analysis

TL;DR Breakdown

  • BTC moved sideways yesterday.
  • The market spiked above resistance earlier today.
  • Bitcoin targets $37,500 next

Bitcoin price analysis is bullish today as the market resumed moving higher after spending yesterday below the $35,000 resistance. Therefore, we can expect BTC/USD to reach the next resistance at $37,500 over the next 24 hours.

Bitcoin price analysis: Bitcoin breaks past $35,000, targets $37,500 next? 1
Cryptocurrency heat map. Source: Coin360

The overall market trades in the green over the last 24 hours. Bitcoin has gained almost 6 percent, while Ethereum slightly more than 10 percent. VeChain is among the best performers with a gain of 16 percent.

Bitcoin price movement in the last 24 hours

BTC/USD traded in a range of $34,017 – $36,324, indicating a strong amount of volatility. Trading volume has increased by 7.4 percent and totals $37 billion. Meanwhile, the total market capitalization is around $680.7 billion, resulting in market dominance of 46.3 percent.

BTC/USD 4-hour chart – BTC spikes above $35,000

On the 4-hour chart, we can see the Bitcoin price action increasing further over the past hours as bulls finally breached the $35,000 resistance.

Bitcoin price analysis: Bitcoin moves past $35,000, targets $37,500 next?
BTC/USD 4-hour chart. Source: TradingView

The overall Bitcoin price action structure is still heavily bearish over the past weeks. After BTC/USD set a higher high around the $41,000 mark on the 15th of June, the market started to retrace lower until support was found around $29,000.

From the $29,000 support, a strong rejection was seen for further downside, and BTC/USD moved to $35,000 next. Last week, BTC pushed lower again, this time setting a higher low above $30,000. 

What followed was a strong move higher yesterday that resulted in consolidation below the $35,000 previous high. Since the Bitcoin price failed to move any lower, bulls took over control again and pushed the market above the $35,000 mark.

Therefore, we can see BTC/USD currently moving towards the $37,500 mark, which previously acted as strong support. Additionally, a higher local high has been set, meaning that the market structure is turning increasingly bullish once again. This should result in a further bullish price action movement in July.

However, Bitcoin has to set a strong higher high around $37,500 and retrace to set a second higher low. Once that is done, we can expect BTC/USD to move towards the previous all-time high at $65,000.

Bitcoin Price Analysis: Conclusion 

Bitcoin price analysis is bullish for the next 24 hours as the market has spiked above the $35,000 resistance and is on the way to reach the $37,500 resistance next. Once the $37,500 resistance is reached, we can expect another retracement later this week.

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Lapin is an experienced freelance Crypto and Financial market writer and analyst. He has been trading for several years and holds a bachelor’s degree in Finance.

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