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Bitcoin (BTC) preserved $20,000 for another day on June 23 with calls for another 20% drop still surfacing.
BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView
Bitcoin under $10,000 not impossible
Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed BTC/USD ranging just above the $20,000 mark over the 24 hours to the time of writing.
As ever, the behavior reflected moves in United States equities markets, which stayed flat on the day.
Remarks by Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell had provided only brief volatility. Cointelegraph noted that Powell’s Congress testimony provided no new information regarding macro policy.
As such, crypto commentators stuck to previous assertions — the outlook was uncertain, they said, but a potential fresh drawdown may only involve a trip to $16,000.
“Consolidating $BTC in a broad range and then going up. MDD (maximum drawdown) is not that big like -20%,” Ki Young Ju, CEO of on-chain analytics platform CryptoQuant, wrote in part of a Twitter post.
Ki retweeted analysis from popular account Il Capo of Crypto, whose BTC takes had long called for price downside.
In a separate post, Ki claimed that “most Bitcoin cyclic indicators are saying the bottom” is in, and that shorting BTC at current levels was therefore ill-advised.
“Not sure how long it would take for consolidation in this range tho. Opening a big short position here sounds not a good idea unless you think that $BTC is going to zero,” he wrote.