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Bitcoin Price Prediction as BTC Sees $300 Billion Trading Volume Come In – Pump Imminent?

On November 07, Bitcoin traded in line with our Asian session price prediction and fell below the $20,900 level. Despite reaching nearly $21,500 last week, the market has been unable to break its current pattern. However, the following week has a decent potential of being the turning point. 

The volatility of risk assets may be influenced by the release of important United States inflation statistics for October on November 10. Additionally, the release of unemployment claims and various speeches by Federal Reserve officials on the same day may also have an effect. 

Trouble surrounding the cryptocurrency exchange FTX, Alameda Research, and Binance is a surprising development in the world of cryptocurrencies.

FTX Handles Withdrawal Complaints 

The cryptocurrency exchange FTX responded to customer complaints about withdrawal delays on Twitter. Although node throughput is restricted for Bitcoin BTC $20,718, FTX has informed consumers that the matching engine is operating normally. 

The exchange also mentioned stablecoin withdrawals in a series of tweets, stating that transactions could take longer than usual until banks reopen and wires clear. Twitter users, meanwhile, reacted in a variety of ways to FTX’s remark. Some Twitter users defended the trade, while others voiced doubts:

Reddit users have also voiced concern, drawing parallels between the current predicament and the panic that ensued when Celsius suddenly stopped withdrawals and misled its users before the platform went down.

Investors’ concerns about FTX were keeping market risk sentiment low. However, SBF’s response is removing some uncertainty and driving market optimization.

Bitcoin Price 

Bitcoin is trading at $20,876, with a 24-hour trading volume of $38 billion. So far, Bitcoin has fallen more than 1% and now ranks first on CoinMarketCap, with a live market cap of $438 billion, down from $406 billion. 

Bitcoin Price & Tokenomics – Source: Coinmarketcap

On the technical front, Bitcoin has broken through a major support level of $20,990, and a breakthrough at this level has exposed BTC to the $20,400 level. However, $20,600 only provides minor support to BTC as it approaches $20,400.

Bitcoin has formed a strong bearish candlestick pattern, “three black crows,” in the 2-hour timeframe, indicating the likelihood of a bearish trend continuation. A bearish crossover below the 50-day moving average adds to the strong selling trend.

Bitcoin Price Chart – Source: Tradingview

If Bitcoin’s demand surges, we may see BTC break through the $20,900 level and reach the $21,300 or $21,500 resistance levels.

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