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Here’s what traders expect after Bitcoin price rallied to $13,217

WorldNews Thursday, 22 October 2020
Here’s what traders expect after Bitcoin price rallied to $13,217On Oct. 21 Bitcoin (BTC) price overtook the $13K mark to reach $13,217 after traders took out key resistance levels at $11,900, $12,000, and $12,500 in the last 48-hours. While there are various technical reasons behind the abrupt upsurge, there are three key factors buoying the rally. The three catalysts are a favorable technical structure, PayPal enabling cryptocurrency purchases, and Bitcoin’s rising dominance rate. PayPal’s crypto announcement adds to BTC’s momentum Earlier today, PayPal officially announced that it...
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