Coinbase’s Bitcoin (BTC) Outflow Highest Since December 2017

Coinbase’s Bitcoin (BTC) Outflow Highest Since December 2017

Bitcoin has started off the new month of September, with new lows not seen over the week. BTC formed a peak of about $48,245, and the price began to fall. It shattered the support levels of $47,500 and $47,000. 

Coinbase BTC Outflow

Data fom TBEN Markets Pro and TradingView shows that BTC/USD has hit lows of  $46,530on Bitstamp in one day. It is the lowest the coin has experienced since August 27.

It traded around the support area of $46,500 and formed a low area of about $46,540.  It is now consolidating the losses near the 23.6% Fib retracement level of the recent decrease from the $48,245 swing high to $46,540. Bitcoin is currently gaining again and trading at $47,686.71.

For Willy Woo, an analyst, who echoed this week’s findings, Bitcoin is likely to maintain a large pool of support in the current ranges.  BTC has a pricing base ranging from $45,000 to $50,000 for over 1.65 million of them.

He said on Twitter that Bitcoin is approaching a price stability region. The zone around $51,000 is set to crumble at the mid-level. It is a final obstacle level to Bitcoin. The timing for this is quite a mystery.

Investors See the Light

In turn, investors seemed to go on the day with reserves on Coinbase recording the lowest since December 2017. There are only 700,000 BTC and about $20 billion in stablecoins in centralized trading platforms ready for exchange. During the May sell-off, there was quite some BTC inflow. Coinbase is currently experiencing a large outflow of coins, according to Glassnode.

Cointelegraph contributor Michael van de Poppe however, sees nothing much in the news. He insists that it is just business as usual for BTC as it goes through consolidation.

Ethereum is Rallying

Ethereum formed a base for a sustained gain at $3,250 and began. The price of the ETH cleared the resistance levels of $3,350 and $3,380.

It even rose above the $3,400 zone and was significantly above the 100-hour average. Nearly $3,477 was established before a downside reversal took place. The price was lower than 3,400 dollars, but the bulls were active at around $3,350.

Overnight ETH/USD exceeded $ 3,500, the highest over the US Dollar and the BTC in three months. Its cryptocurrency market cap dominance climbed to 20.4 percent, with bitcoin holding steady at 44 percent.

Successful bulls could lead to larger gains than $3,480. The next biggest resistance is close to $3,500. Once crossed, it may lead to another break above the $3,500 resistance. Ether may rise to the level of $3,600 in the given instance.

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Wayne Jones

Wayne is an all-rounded cryptocurrency writer who has written for several publications in the fintech industry. Having graduated from the University of Essex Colchester, he developed a passion for blockchain technology and has been curious about how the blockchain can modify the traditional financial industry.