Bitcoin (BTC) continues to channel upwards as the bulls look to break through strong resistance at $7400.
The overwhelming sentiment in the Bitcoin market right now may be described as cautious optimism. The first and foremost cryptocurrency has seen slow but steady gains over the past four weeks, but many are wary that this current rally will topple over like the previous.
Indeed, the year-to-date selling pressure present in the Bitcoin market is obvious, and there is little reason to expect a bull market to blast off at this exact point in time. More likely than not, a pullback is in the cards — it’s just a matter of when. (And how drastic.)
Nevertheless, Oliver Isaacs — a blockchain investor, advisor & influencer — told Forbes that Bitcoin’s relative stability in recent weeks is encouraging.
Isaacs also believes a short squeeze is on its way.
At the time of this writing, Bitcoin (BTC) is trading at $7362 per coin.
What do you think about Bitcoin’s four-week-long rally? Do you think one coin is worth $7000? Is a short squeeze on the way? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
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