Bitcoin bulls return after BTC rebound to key support level

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A wave of selling took control of the cryptocurrency market on April 7 after the price of Bitcoin (BTC) fell below $ 56,000.

The market-wide selloff led to $ 1.4 billion in liquidations and some analysts have suggested this may be the last sweep of over-leveraged long traders before Bitcoin can climb to the $ 70,000 level.

BTC / USDT daily chart. Source: TradingView

One sign that the market had moved higher over the past week was the rapid rise in the Kimchi premium, which was followed by a 7% drop in the price of BTC on April 7, with traders worried that this could be the signal for ‘a market peak.

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Despite the market downturn, on-chain data analysis suggests that Bitcoin may soon see a rally to a new all-time high, as whales, miners, and long-term holders have declined or stopped selling altogether and the institutional demand remains high.

Traditional markets close to record highs

Stock markets traded near all-time highs on Tuesday, with accelerating job growth, record levels of activity in the service sector and an expansion in manufacturing prompting unexpected optimism that pushed investors rising stock prices.

Despite this positive news, the Dow and NASDAQ closed 0.06% and 0.16% respectively, while the S&P 500 managed to end the day with a gain of 0.06%.

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Coinbase listing offers a little relief

A few altcoins managed to rally throughout the day after Coinbase revealed it will list 1INCH, Enjin (ENJ), New Kind of Network (NKN), and Origin Protocol (OGN) on Coinbase Pro.

Following the announcement, the price of 1INCH and ENJ saw modest gains of 5% while the original protocol increased by 10% and the NKN increased by 27%.

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Solana (SOL) was also up 10% and Ethereum (ETH) was down 7% to trade below $ 2,000.

Daily performance of the cryptocurrency market. Source: Room360

The overall cryptocurrency market cap is now $ 1.90 trillion and Bitcoin’s dominance rate is 55.6%.

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