Bitcoin price found strong bids at the $8200 area after sellers failed to break below that level. The move above $8500 shows that bulls are in control.
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Bitcoin Price Forms Strong Support At $8200
Bitcoin has formed a strong base around the 8200 level where it absorbed all the selling pressure the last four trading sessions. Now the bitcoin price entered the previous consolidation trading range between $8500 and $8800. The break above the 8500 mark gives the bulls the upper hand, and a move higher is possible.
On the upside, initial resistance will be met at $8,677 the daily top. If BTCUSD breaks above that level, the next resistance stands at $8790 the high from January 22nd. More offers might emerge at $8915 the 200-day moving average.
On the other side, immediate support will be met at $8,592 the daily low. If BTCUSD breaks below, the next support stands at $8,200 an area that holds steady the last week. A break below $8200 might open the way for a test of the 100-day moving average at $8001.