Bitcoin Cash Falls Below Key Support After a Heavy Nosedive

  • Bitcoin Cash (BCH) loses 4.42% over the last 24 hours, and the price has now gone as low as 204 USD
  • In the Bitcoin Cash price trend, the price level at 216 USD is likely to pose as resistance

Bitcoin Cash has slipped below 205 USD and shown an overall loss of 4.42%. It has been through three major price variations in the range between 216 USD and 203 USD. Bitcoin Cash may not be able to get a recovery trend anytime soon.

Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis

Bitcoin Cash Price
BCH Price Chart By TradingView

Bitcoin Cash was being traded at 214.10 USD at the opening of the day, and its first price variation happened between 00:34 UTC and 11:57 UTC. Over these 11 and half hours, BCH dropped by 2.20%, losing 4.76 USD and got placed at 211.44 USD. It was followed by a 1.47% hike that added 3.11 USD to the coin and pushed it to 214.46 USD by 18:53 UTC. The last variation happened over the next 6 hours and 6 minutes from 18:53 UTC, and in these hours, BCH was brought down to 203.57 USD.

Bitcoin Cash’s market cap has witnessed an immense dip over these hours. It was at 3.862 billion USD on December 3, and now it has fallen to 3.768 billion USD.

BCH Price Prediction:

BCH’s 20 days average stands at 204.95 USD and its 50 days average is now at 205.05 USD. The current price of BCH at 204.62 USD is 0.20% and 0.16% less than the 50 days average and 20 days average, respectively. According to Bitcoin Cash Predictions, the upcoming days for Bitcoin Cash are likely to be full of struggles. BCH may find the next halt at 216.14 USD as its next resistance.

Resistance and Support Levels-

Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
1st Resistance 216.14 USD
2nd Resistance 219.42 USD
3rd Resistance 221.68 USD
1st Support Level 210.6 USD
2nd Support Level 208.34 USD
3rd Support Level 205.06 USD

Mehak Punjabi

Mehak Punjabi is a post graduate in MBA with specialization in Finance and has joined CryptonewsZ with a skill building view in the world of cryptocurrency and blockchain. She is dynamic and a quick learner with a hold on financial analysis.

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