Crypto Chaos: Bitcoin and Ethereum Plunge Below $28K Mark in Intense Sell-Off

"Bitcoin's Price Plummets Below $28,000 for the Third Consecutive Session as Market Sentiment Shifts"

Bitcoin’s value has continued to decrease for the third consecutive session, falling below the $28,000 mark. This shift in the market sentiment has been due to traders taking profits from last week’s high. Ethereum has also experienced a drop in value, with it now trading around the $1,900 region.

Bitcoin’s price fell to an intraday low of $27,855.96 earlier on Friday, following a high of $28,906.25 on Thursday. This drop in value has led to bitcoin falling to its weakest point since April 9, when the price hit a floor of $27,800. BTC bulls re-entered the market as the price neared this point, pushing the price back above $28,000. One of the catalysts for this drop was the 14-day relative strength index (RSI), which fell to a floor of its own at 46.00. The index has marginally risen from this low and is tracking at 46.35 at the time of writing.

Ethereum has also experienced a drop in value, with the price nearing a breakout below the $1,900 mark. Two days after hitting a peak at $2,105, ETH/USD dropped to a low of $1,904.42 earlier in Friday’s session. This decline has resulted in the world’s second-largest cryptocurrency now trading at its lowest level in eight days. Overall, ethereum is trading nearly 10% lower than at the same time last week when it rose above $2,000 for the first time since last May. The RSI has also significantly dropped, with the index breaking out of a floor at the 53.00 level and now at a reading of 49.46. If momentum continues to fall, bears will likely be targeting a point of support at 44.50.

It is unclear whether this recent downturn is a result of profit-taking. However, traders should remain vigilant and keep a close eye on the market, as sudden shifts in sentiment can lead to significant price movements.

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