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Bitcoin barely holds $28K as bulls see new rejection at key resistance

Bitcoin barely holds $28K as bulls see new rejection at key resistance

Bitcoin (BTC) saw another failure to exit a tight trading range into April 6 as $28,000 again hung in the balance.

BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView

Analysis sees traders “compressing” BTC price

Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed BTC/USD trading below the the $28,000 mark at the time of writing.

The pair had approached $29,000 the day prior, eating into ask liquidity in what analysis called a “choreographed” move by whales.

That appeared to be true, as upward momentum soon faded and spot price remained in an increasingly narrow range.

The cloud of liquidity around $30,000 thus remained untested, much to the frustration of those hoping for an easy continuation of 2023 upside.

In follow-up commentary, monitoring resource Material Indicators noted that traders had moved both bid and ask liquidity toward each other, “compressing” the likely zone of movement for spot price.

“Liquidity dampens volatility,” it summarized.

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Considering what the result of current price action might be on short timeframes, analytics resource Skew devised two outcomes.

It described BTC/USD as “crabbing” — moving sideways — with little room for maneuver.

“Double top” concerns rema

Zooming out, meanwhile, trader and analyst Rekt Capital eyed a trip to $27,000 as a potential signal that a long-term “double top” formation is underway.

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“Recent BTC rejection from Double Top resistance means BTC could still drop from here to complete the second part of the formation,” he tweeted on the day alongside an explanatory chart.

“Generally, Double Tops resemble an “M” shape and…

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