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Bitcoin drops over 4% to two-month low at $57,711 - THE STATESMAN

JULY 04, 2024

Bitcoin dropped to a two-month low on Thursday falling over 4% to $57,711.

The fall is amid the uncertainty over the US presidential elections and reports of bitcoin supply from a defunct Tokyo-based crypto exchange.

Notably, this is Bitcoin’s lowest level since May 2, and has lost more than 6% this week.

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It dropped below the 200-day simple moving average (SMA), a good indicator of long-term price trends in both traditional and crypto markets.

BTC rose past the 200-day SMA in October, when the average value was $28,000.

“BTC crashed to a new three month low of under 58k USD before a mini recovery back to just under 60k USD. While the local low of BTC stands at 56.7k USD, anything lower would take us to a 5 month low in BTC prices. If not recovered again, 60k USD may now become a resistance,” said CoinSwitch Markets Desk.

In the past 30 days, Bitcoin has fallen 18.31%. The slump comes after the token reached an all time high of above $73,700 in March largely driven by the regulatory approval and launch of spot Bitcoin exchange traded funds.

Ether was also trading slightly over 1% lower at $3,213.0, down over 22% from its peak in mid-March.

Ether’s price declined by over 5.4%, falling below $3,200.

Other prominent tokens like Binance’s BNB, Solana, and Dogecoin also experienced decreases of 6.1%, 8.8%, and 7.2% respectively.


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