Bitcoin Price Breaks Resistance Level, Shoots Up To $11,000

June 25, 2019—Bitcoin price action continues to go up to its current value of around $11,000. This is a surprising outcome as previous forecasts projected that BTC value may go down from the psychological resistance level of $10,000.

By: Kristine Mendez

Are you looking to build a sustainable income right from home? If you are, then trading cryptocurrencies is a perfect way for you to start. The Bitcoin price value has currently broken the $10,000 resistance level and is forecasted to go even higher.

 

 

Here is a movement of Bitcoin against US Dollars. With the strong performance of BTC, it is forecasted that it can go up to the all-time-high price of $19,900.

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