After the price of Bitcoin (BTC) achieved $11,720 on Binance, traders began to turn slightly skeptical on the dominant cryptocurrency. Despite the initial breakout above two key resistance levels at $11,300 and $11,500, BTC recorded several rejections. While it might be premature to predict a marketwide correction, the level of uncertainty in the market seems to be rising.
In the short term, traders pinpoint the $11,200 to $11,325 range as a critical support area. If that region holds, technical analysts believe a significant price drop is unlikely. But if Bitcoin demonstrates weakening momentum below $11,300, the market would likely become vulnerable. Although the technical momentum of BTC has been declining, traders generally see a bigger support range from $10,600 to $10,900.
Considering the array of positive events that buoyed the price of Bitcoin in recent weeks, a near-term pullback could be healthy. On Oct. 8, Square announced that it purchased $50 million worth of BTC, reportedly 1% of its