Investing.com – Bitcoin’s struggles to meaningfully breach $8,000 continued Wednesday amid a lack of positive catalysts for bulls to rally behind.
fell 1.25% to $7,896.5, down from a high of $8,094.2.
The battle for the $8,000 handle continued, with crypto bears successfully defending the price level so far, as traders had little impetus to pile into the popular crypto.
But the somewhat sideways-to-lower trading action over the past two days has done little to stop some suggesting that the popular crypto is poised for a move higher given the volatility in markets and decreased mining activity.
“After a disturbing pullback to $6,200, Bitcoin back (greater than) $8,000 further cementing positive trend intact,” analyst Tom Lee of Fundstrat said in a recent note.
Other cryptos also trended lower, with down 2.26% to $0.3900, down 1.18% to $244.60 and off 2% to $89.14.
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