Bitcoin’s ‘Pain Spot’ at $18K: Crypto Educator – Bitcoin Price Analysis

Bitcoin's 'pain spot' at $18k: crypto educator - bitcoin price analysis

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Prosper Trading Academy Cryptocurrency Educator Howard Greenberg discusses levels to watch for bitcoin (BTC), breaking down the data on open interest, calls vs. puts and daily trading activity as global macro headwinds persist.

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