Bitcoin (BTC) traded $1,000 off weekly lows after the Nov. 22 Wall Street open as a BTC price relief bounce held firm.
Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView followed crypto markets as they recovered from snap downside the day prior.
As the dust continued to settle on news that the largest global exchange Binance would settle with the United States Department of Justice for $4.3 billion, Bitcoin traders eyed the latest important price levels.
Daan Crypto Trades showed BTC/USD respecting a trading range in place for two weeks despite dipping to $35,600 after the Binance event.
“Nice tap and bounce of the range low yet again,” he told X (formerly Twitter) subscribers in part of his latest commentary.
The corridor between $35,000 and $38,000 was of equal interest to optimistic market participants waiting for the next stage of the Bitcoin bull run.
These included popular trader and analyst Credible Crypto, who predicted some rangebound activity before an “impulse” higher.
“As others have pointed out- spot premium is back. Def a bottom forming here imo. That being said, think for now upside is capped at around 37k and downside capped at 35k as we form a little range here for a couple days of accumulation before liftoff,” he explained on the day.
An accompanying chart of the Binance order book showed liquidity pockets defining likely range highs and lows.
Fellow trader Jelle, also known for his bullish longer-term outlook on Bitcoin, nonetheless cautioned that buyer interest must now solidify.
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“While we never took out a single low, Bitcoin has work to do,” he said about the 4-hour chart post-Binance.
On longer timeframes, however, Jelle spied a breakout from a so-called “cupRead more on cointelegraph.com