Following days of consolidation, bitcoin rallied above $40,000 on Tuesday, which comes as markets prepare for today’s Fed meeting. ETH also climbed, moving away from its recent support point in the process.
BTC finally broke out of its recent streak of price consolidation on Tuesday, as the world’s largest cryptocurrency climbed to almost a one week high.
Following a low of $38,567.64 yesterday, BTC/USD has so far risen to an intraday high of $41,717.45 so far this session.
Today’s high saw BTC break past one resistance level at $40,590, but it lost steam once it approached the ceiling of $42,000.
Wednesday’s surge comes as bulls re-entered the market, heading into the Federal Reserve’s policy meeting, where it is expected that interest rates will be hiked by 25 basis points or 0.25%.
Looking at the chart, the RSI indicator shows this, with price strength moving beyond its resistance of 49.6 for the first time since March 9.
Should this momentum be sustained, traders will likely target a higher high above $42,000, potentially…