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Bitcoin clings to $67,000 but analysis warns of BTC price falling 10% thereafter

Bitcoin (BTC) circled $67,000 on May 19 as liquidity around the spot price strengthened into the weekly close.

BTC/USD 4-hour chart. Source: TradingView

Bitcoin Resistance Levels Crystallize Around $70,000

Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed bulls maintaining the week’s rally, with monthly gains now above 10%.

Analyzing the obstacles ahead, popular trader Daan Crypto Trades noted that $72,000 now represents the largest resistance area.

“Price cleared a big cluster around $67.4k, but there are still significant levels remaining at ~$68k. Starting around $72,000, that’s where most of the liquidity is,” he wrote in part of a post on X (formerly Twitter) alongside a chart of the resource CoinGlass monitoring.

“Below, most of it has been cleared with the recent downtrend, the first notable level would be the ~$60,000 region.”

BTC/USDT liquidation heat map. Source: Daan Crypto Trades/X

Closer to the spot price, liquidity concentrations were focused at $66,500 and $67,800 respectively at the time of writing.

BTC liquidation heatmap (screenshot). Source: CoinGlass

Continuing, Daan Crypto Trades highlighted the importance of Bitcoin’s 100-day moving average (MA) as a long-term support level.

“This will be a good indicator to assess medium/high term dynamics,” he commented.

BTC/USD chart with 100MA. Source: Daan Crypto Trades/X

Popular trader and analyst Rekt Capital reinforced the bullish outlook for Bitcoin, suggesting that just a 1% rise in the BTC price lies between the current action and a new bull market chapter.

“BTC only needs an additional -1% decline to make the re-test breakout attempt after Bull Flag with the aim of ensuring the uptrend continues,” he explained by looking at daily deadlines.

BTC/USD 1-day chart. Source: Rekt Capital/X

Trader: the price of BTC should fall by 10% “at least”

More conservative views on BTC’s recent price action have come from, among others, fellow trader and commentator Credible Crypto.

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“At this point I think we will, at a minimum, mark the 59-60k region,” he warned alongside a chart.

“The blue zone at 62-63k is still an area of ​​interest that may offer some temporary relief, but I think ultimately it will give way.”

BTC/USD chart. Source: Crypto/X credible

Credible Crypto added that altcoins would suffer greater losses if this scenario occurs.

“A drop to 59-60k on $BTC is a 10% drop – on many alts their respective drops will be much more,” he concluded.

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