Bitcoin Cash [BCH] looked to consolidate its price valuation as the token gained momentum against the US dollar by 2.59%. The token was priced at $131.59, with a market cap of around $2.3 billion. The coin recorded a trading volume of $270 million over the past 24 hours.
The token was traded the most on P2PB2B exchange with the BCH/BTC trading pair, which contributed $22 million of the total trade, equivalent to about 7.83% of the 24-hour trading volume. It was closely matched by HitBTC exchange, which recorded 6.78% of the total trade.
The token recovered some of its losses, as the price experienced a prominent uptrend on the chart. The uptrend extended from $128.10 to $133.30, while the previous downtrend extended from $134.003 to $128.30. The resistance line remained constant at $134.20.
The Bollinger Bands indicated a volatile period for the token as the bands seemed to be diverging. The Moving Average line was moving, with the candlesticks above it, suggesting an bullish run.
The Relative Strength Index or RSI suggested that the buying and selling pressures had evened each other out.
The Aroon indicator had the red line hover over the blue line, an indication of a bearish phase for the coin.
The long-term chart for the token indicated a major downtrend that extended from a high of $629.10 to a low of $123.90. The resistance zone for the token remained between $195.90 and $123.90 since the fall in valuation. The support line was constant at $76.10 for the entirety of the trend.
The Parabolic SAR markers hovered over the candlesticks and indicated an ongoing bearish trend. However, the dotted markers were flattened very close to the candles and pointed at the possibility of a change in trend soon.