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The Price Of Bitcoin Recently Went Up Above $41,000

Bitcoin got back its position as its price increased to $41,000 on the 14th of April which was the start of the market trading of Western stock. This incident happened after the Easter holidays and showed a bullish situation. As per the data from TradingView and Cointelegraph Markets Pro, the duo of BTC/USD experienced a rise in the price that amounted to more than $41,000 on the 19th of April. This data also helped them to be on the top for five days straight on Bitstamp. 

Bitcoin Carved Its Own Way After Trading in Wall Street Went Underway

There was a breath of fresh air which changed the atmosphere that was gloomy over the Easter holidays and bitcoin tried to copy the thing gold has fulfilled in the past and the price of the latter decreased from $1,998 to $1,960. The currency of America was also energized with the same intensity and continuously sealed its strength in the potential headwind that was happening in the present for the bitcoin. 

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The Currency index of the American dollar (DXY) stayed at its important 100 mark and some analysts gave a prediction that the next step would be crucial for the industry of crypto. The feeling of fear vanished from the minds and the Material Indicators of resource asked for an appraisal of the price action of bitcoin. 

There are numerous moving averages that must be regained way before the whole outlook came to another turn. As per Material indicators, people must not get excited about the price rise of BTC as they should keep in mind that the big bulls of the business must regain the moving averages to confirm the reversal of the trend. 

People must also look out for bull traps by concentrating on volumes and confirmations. The RSI chart of bitcoin showed that it was primed for constructive and effective performance. Regularly, RSI had the number 44.7 which increased a little as compared to the moving average for 14days straight.

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