For the past week, the price movement has remained the same as the market continued to fluctuate between $480 and $600. The bottom line is that the BNB uptrend has been interrupted at the $643 resistance level. The first uptrend was resisted on April 12 as the altcoin pulled back and resumed a sideways move.
On April 20, Bitcoin bulls failed to overcome the resistance at $57,000. Consequently, the BTC price slumped to $54,500 low. Buyers responded by pushing the BTC price to the previous highs. The upward correction was repelled at the $56,500 high.
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On April 21, the Singaporean Blockchain Association signed a memorandum of understanding with five other countries across the Southeast Asian and Pacific regions. The aim was to create a consortium and promote education on blockchain and decrease cautiousness about cryptocurrency.
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