Bitcoin (BTC) price is currently moving in the bullish trend zone after a rally on February 15.
The resistance level at $25,000 was tested three times by the BTC price last week, but the upward momentum did not last. The most recent test took place on February 21, and Bitcoin was rejected at the high of $25,227. Today, the largest cryptocurrency climbed back above the $24,000 support and is now consolidating back above it. Bitcoin (BTC) has been consistently trading above the $24,000 support level since February 15 and is currently near the resistance level. It has been seen that consolidation near the resistance zone increases the probability of a breakout. The resistance at $25,000 will be broken to the upside if the BTC price rises. The upward momentum is expected to extend beyond the psychological $30,000 level. However, if the cryptocurrency price falls below the 21-day line SMA, the upside scenario will become invalid. BTC/USD is trading at $24,406 at the time of writing.
The largest cryptocurrency is currently trading at the 60 level of the Relative Strength Index for the 14 period. It is in the uptrend zone. The price of the cryptocurrency could rise. For Bitcoin to rise, the price bars must be above the moving average lines. In an uptrend, the price of the cryptocurrency also rises above the daily Stochastic value of 40.
Key resistance levels - $30,000 and $35,000
Key support levels - $20,000 and $15,000
The bullish trend zone is still in effect for Bitcoin. To resume the upward momentum, the cryptocurrency needs to overcome another obstacle. Due to the resistance at $25,000, the uptrend has turned into a sideways movement. The uptrend will resume when the resistance at $25,000 is overcome.
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