BCH, APE Fall to 2-Month Lows on Wednesday – Market Updates Bitcoin News

Bitcoin Cash fell to a 2-month low Wednesday due to the red tsunami that swept cryptocurrency markets. The token dropped by over 10% during today’s session, hitting its lowest level since July. Apecoin also suffered the same fate. It plunged more than 10%.

Bitcoin Cash (BCH).

Bitcoin cash (BCH) dropped to a two-month low in today’s session, as prices plunged by over 10% earlier in the day.

After a Tuesday low of $125.15, the BCH/USD fell to $111.37 on Wednesday.

This plunge saw bitcoin cash fall below its $112.00 long-term ceiling, reaching its lowest point since August 18th.

BCH/USD – Daily Chart

The chart shows that this is because the relative strength index (RSI), 14 day, failed to surpass the 52 mark this week.

Now, the index is close to 40.90 support level. Bulls are pushing prices higher than $112.00 support point.

In the past, this has seen a lot of bullishness at this time. If this trend continues, BCH may move to $125.00 in the coming days.

Apecoin, (APE).

Apecoin (APE) also slipped in today’s session, with the token hitting a multi-month low.

Today’s APE/USD bottom was $4.24. It happened less than 24hrs after the close of trading at $4.75.

Like with BCH, today’s decline in apecoin comes as prices moved below a key support point of $4.60.

APE/USD – Daily Chart

As a result of today’s low, which saw prices drop by over 10%, APE hit its weakest point since July 14.

This decline had an impact on the RSI. It also fell to a multimonth low. The index is currently at 30.

For now, prices are hovering close to the support level of $4.20 with general sentiment being bearish.

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Eliman Dambell

Eliman has a unique perspective on market analysis, having been a broker director, educator in retail trading, and commentator on Crypto, Stocks, and FX markets.

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