Catch up with Bitcoin’s fall? BTC price surged again to 57,000 USD to reduce losses


Bitcoin (Bitcoin) The return of $57,000 on October 13th was a classic move that allowed hopeful traders to liquidate $200 million.

BTC/USD 1-hour candlestick chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView

Traders believe that the price trend is similar to August

Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro with Transaction view It shows that BTC/USD reached a high of 57,250 U.S. dollars on Bitstamp, rising by nearly 3,000 U.S. dollars in less than three hours.

Reminiscent of multiple such surges in the past week, Bitcoin rose 5.5% that day, rematching the five-month high.

Those who want to be short More than US$54,260 therefore Disappointed In a string of bullish optimism.

Cointelegraph writer Michaël van de Poppe “This correction of Bitcoin is very similar to the price movement in August” Comment.

“It was just a few days of minimal correction, after which Bitcoin continued to rise, while altcoins fell in its $BTC currency pair.”

At the same time, trader and analyst Rekt Capital confirmed that the lows of BTC/USD were higher during the retracement period, which further strengthened it.

Futures holdings surged by more than 70%

at the same time, data Derivatives show that CME Bitcoin futures open positions have soared in the past month, further boosting optimism about future price trends.

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The commentator said that although it is still below the historical high since February, this trend is encouraging, considering the possibility that traders may conduct futures-based transactions in advance. Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) Approval In the U.S.

Bitcoin futures open interest chart.Source: Javier Paz/Twitter

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