Bitcoin Price Prediction: BTC Flashes Sell Signal, Falls Below $40,000
Daily Bitcoin BTC Technical Analysis
- The Bitcoin price has flipped several levels to bullish.
- BTC has flashed a sell signal in the form of a green-nine candlestick.
Bitcoin price has yet again dropped below the $40,000 psychological level after flashing the bearish green-nine candlestick in the TD sequential detector. Previously, BTC fell from $34,300 to $29,700 between July 5 and July 20 and managed to:
- Reverse market momentum from green to red.
- Flip the 20-day SMA from support to resistance.
Bitcoin Price Again Fails To Close Session Above $40,000
The Bitcoin price had 8 straight bullish sessions between July 21 and July 28, during which it jumped from $29,800 to $40,700 – entering the $40,000 psychological level. However, the TD sequential detector tells us that BTC has flashed a green-nine which forced the price to drop to $39,550.
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The Bitcoin price faces the nearest resistance at $40,500. As per the IOMAP, almost 255,000 addresses had previously purchased almost 121,000 BTC at this level.
Bitcoin Price On-Chain Analysis - Santiment
“#Bitcoin's whales have been staying busy, and addresses holding between 100 and 10,000 $BTC just reached a combined #AllTimeHigh 9.19m coins held. They have added 170,000 more $BTC since May 22nd, and a staggering 130,000 $BTC in the past 4 weeks alone.”
“#Bitcoin's amount of unique tokens being circulated has jumped to levels not seen since May. This is a big development considering $BTC's stagnancy leading up to this week. This is one of our top leading price indicators that our community focuses on.”
US Bitcoin Miner Stronghold Files For $100M IPO
Bitcoin mining firm Stronghold Digital Mining recently filed for a $100-million initial public offering with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. TIf given the green light by the SEC, Stronghold intends to list its Class A common stock on the Nasdaq Global Market under the “SDIG” ticker.
Stronghold is a sustainably focused and vertically integrated Bitcoin mining company that was founded in 2021. In June, the firm completed two private equity securities raises worth $105 million.
According to the new filing, Stronghold will use the funds for general corporate purposes, such as “acquisitions of miners and power generating assets,” with the firm outlining plans to increase its total hash rate capacity.
“With part of the proceeds of this offering, we intend to procure an additional 27,900 miners, which we anticipate will bring our total hash rate capacity to approximately 3,000 PH/s by December 2021 and to over 5,300 PH/s by December 2022.”
The firm stated that it currently operates around 1,800 crypto mining machines with an estimated hash rate capacity of 85 petahashes per second (PH/s) and already has more machines on the way.
Stronghold has entered into “three definitive agreements with multiple suppliers” to purchase more than 27,000 mining machines, which the firm estimates will have a minimum total hash rate capacity of 2,600 PH/s. It expects to acquire 93% of the machines in 2021 and the remaining 7% to be delivered in 2022.
The firm operates as “low-cost, environmentally beneficial power generation facilities” and mines Bitcoin by converting waste coal into energy on a scale equivalent to “a large-scale” hydropower plant. It estimates that for every Bitcoin it mines, 200 tonnes of waste coal is destroyed.
Stronghold also stated in the filing that it intends to house the new mining machines at its current facility and two new plants that it is working to acquire.
Bitcoin Price Is Expected To Reach These Levels
The Bitcoin price has dropped below the $40,000 psychological level this Thursday and is now probably going to drop further till the $38,000 support wall.