Bitcoin Technical Analysis: BTC’s Upward Rally Blocked By The 200-day SMA
Daily Bitcoin BTC Price Analysis
- Bitcoin price has reversed the parabolic SAR from negative to positive.
- BTC has two robust support walls at the $37,000 and $36,000.
- $USDT up $14.2B
- $USDC up $9.72B
- $DAI up $1.22B
This Monday, the Bitcoin price jumped from $34,700 to $39,000 – gaining almost $4,300 in its overall valuation. Prior to that, the Bitcoin price plunged by >40% as it crashed from $59,000 to $37,250 between May 9 and May 23 - flipping the 20-day, 50-day, and 200-day SMAs from support to resistance. Let’s take a closer look with technical analysis.
The Bitcoin Price Flips Market Sentiment From Negative To Positive
Following this Monday’s surge, the Bitcoin price has had two bearish sessions as it got stuck below the 200-day SMA. Due to this Monday’s surge, the parabolic SAR got reversed from negative to positive. Prior to this jump, BTC managed to overcome the $37,000 and $36,000 price levels.
Image: BTC/USD daily
Bitcoin price bulls face moderate resistance at the 200-day SMA (~$40,000). Previously, at this level, over 440,000 addresses had previously purchased almost 344,000 BTC tokens.
Bitcoin Outflow > Inflow
BTC net transfer vol from exchanges just flipped negative again. What this tells us is that the number of coins flowing out of exchanges has exceeded inflows.
Along with this, there is another interesting point to keep in mind.
“The supply of the big three stablecoins $USDT, $USDC and $DAI have continued up and to the right.
During this sell-off, stablecoins have grown by:
Flight to safety? or dry powder?”
Study: Banks Pollute Way More Than Bitcoin
A recent study by Greenpeace and WWF revealed that British banks were responsible for supporting projects that emitted 805m tonnes of CO2 in 2019. For reference, experts estimate that the UK generated 455m metric tons of CO2 during that period.
The UK is a notable contributor to climate change, ranking in the top 20 most polluting countries, with 370 Billion Metric tonnes of CO2. The report, titled Banking on Climate Chaos, noted that the US and China top the list by a wide margin.
Discussions on environmental issues have been happening in the crypto space for years but in mid-May, the ecosystem heated up after Elon Musk announced that Tesla would stop accepting Bitcoin as a means of payment due to its heavy dependence on dirty energy. The announcement catalyzed the panic of many Bitcoin enthusiasts, causing a crash of nearly 50%. Bitcoin went from its ATH of almost $65000 to lows of $30,000 in a matter of days.
Per the study report, in the five years since the Paris Agreement, the world’s 60 biggest banks have financed fossil fuels to the tune of $3.8 trillion. The report found out that the role of the big banks in the exploitation of fossil fuels has only been increasing. The leading investors in these polluting energies are JP Morgan, Citi, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America – all from the United States, where Tesla is headquartered.
A few days after the initial announcement, Elon Musk revealed that he was working with some Dogecoin developers to improve the blockchain and make it suitable for global adoption. He said:
Working with Doge devs to improve system transaction efficiency. Potentially promising.
Michael Saylor, the CEO of MicroStrategy, also intervened and managed to bring Elon Musk closer to a group of miners to create the Bitcoin Mining Council. This organization will seek to promote cheap and renewable energy to reduce the environmental impact of Bitcoin mining.
Bitcoin Price Is Expected To Reach These Levels
The Bitcoin price buyers will need to take down the 200-day SMA to reach the $44,000 resistance barrier and cross the $50,000 psychological level.