The Bitcoin Cash [BCH] rise persisted through the close of the previous week, with market correction forces failing to drag the coin below the $160 mark. After breaking multiple resistance levels, BCH was expecting to close the month on a high.
At press time, the coin had gained against the US dollar by 1.04 percent. The coin was trading at $165.42, with a market cap of $2.94 billion.
P2PB2B took the top spot in terms of global BCH volume, accounting for 8.51 percent via the trading pair BCH/BTC. Other prominent exchanges on the list were ZBG, HitBTC, and Huobi Global.
The one-hour chart pictured a massive uptrend, which pushed the coin’s value from $152.22 to $168.12. Following this rise, the coin dropped to the aforementioned high of $164.16.
Bitcoin Cash found immediate support at $160.51, while the coin’s immediate resistance level stood at $168.36.
The Bollinger Bands showed declining volatility, while the Moving Average line indicated a bullish market.
The Chaikin Money Flow tool pointed to an increase in money inflow into BCH tokens, as the CMF line was above 0.
The Awesome Oscillator showed an insignificant increase in short term momentum, indicating that any bullish activity will be mild.
Despite the overwhelming bearish trend of the one-day chart, the coin’s recent green candlesticks showed positive signs. The February downtrend shaved the coin’s price from $152.66 to $129.83. Following the same, the coin’s price shot up from $128.15 to $158.37, and then to $166.22.
Bitcoin Cash found immediate resistance at $165.75, which the coin was close to breaking. The long-term support stood at $121.78.
The Parabolic SAR indicated a bullish market as the dotted lines were below the coin’s trend line.