Bitcoin Struggles Below $48.8k as Bitcoin Resumes Downward Correction – September 19, 2021
On September 18, buyers made a successful rally and reached the high of $48,800. Bitcoin was faced with stiff resistance at the recent high. Long candlesticks wicks are pointing in the direction of the resistance zone. The candlestick wicks indicate that there is strong selling pressure at the recent high. However, buyers resumed the second uptrend above the $47,800 support. The second uptrend was short-lived as the crypto was repelled at the $48,400 high. BTC’s price has resumed a downward move as it broke the previous support at $47,800. The current downtrend is likely to extend to the low of $47,200. Nevertheless, if the support at $47,200 holds, BTC/USD will be range-bound between $47,200 and $48,800.
El Salvador Hosts the Third-Largest Network of Bitcoin ATMs
Following adopting Bitcoin as a legal tender, the Salvadorian government has installed over 200 ATMs. El Salvador is now the third-largest network of crypto ATMs after the United States and Canada. El Salvador has exceeded United Kingdom’s crypto ATM count after deploying 205 crypto ATMs.The ATMs is to facilitate local Bitcoin transactions and BTC to U.S. dollar conversions. Meanwhile, the Salvadorean government has partnered with an in-house cryptocurrency wallet provider named Chivo to power the BTC wallets and ATM usage in the country.
Meanwhile, Bitcoin faces rejection at the $48,800 resistance zone as Bitcoin resumes downward correction. With the rejection, the BTC price has broken below the 21-day SMA. The upward move is doubtful as Bitcoin falls below the 21-day SMA. There is a tendency for BTC prices to be range-bound between $47,200 and $48,800.
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