The TOTALCAP has decreased since breaking over the $1.17 trillion resistance mark on April 14. A breakout is most likely because of the descending parallel channel that has developed during this fall, which is normally viewed as a bullish signal. On May 29, however, the price tried to cross the resistance line but was rejected. The TOTALCAP may fall towards the nearest support at $1.02 trillion if the slide continues.
The price of Bitcoin is also currently revolving close to the channel’s downward parallel resistance line. This happened after reclaiming the $26,800 horizontal support area effectively. BTC may advance towards $30,500 if it can exit the current channel. On the other hand, if it is rejected, another challenge of the $26,800 support level is likely to happen.
Since May 13, the price of PEPE has been falling within a parallel downward channel. On May 24, it hit a low of $0.0000013 before rising and confirming the channel’s support line. The price was rejected at the channel’s resistance line and has been falling since May 29, even though the descending parallel channel normally signals a positive pattern. The price may confirm the support line of the channel again if the drop continues. However, there is a chance that PEPE will rise over the midline of the channel and reach $0.0000017.
There may be customers for positive movements, according to the present market conditions for TOTALCAP, Bitcoin, and PEPE. Despite recent rejections and falls, the patterns point to potential price breakouts and rise. Before making any investment decisions, it is important to regularly monitor the market and take into account some factors.