Bitcoin risks lowest weekly close in 2 months but BTC buyers stock up at $53K

As the weekly close approached, Bitcoin (BTC), hovered at $54,000 on Nov. 28, with signs that it would hit two-month lows.

BTC/USD 1-hour candle charts (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView

Buyers are interested in $53,000

After Fridays $6,000 red candle, data from TradingView and Cointelegraph Markets Pro showed that BTC/USD had a quiet 24 hour period.

The pair was quiet on Sunday but it still fell below a significant zone of support for weekly timeframes. This opens up the possibility of the pairs lowest end-of week levels since September.

Analyst and trader Rekt Capital should claim $55,800 to reverse the situation, which is still possible.

Heres #BTC on the Weekly timeframe Now dipping below the green demand area$BTC could still easily Weekly Close above the green box bottom (~$55800) which would require BTC to confirm a break back into its wedging structure Weekly Close around the corner#Crypto #Bitcoin
— Rekt Capital (@rektcapital) November 27, 2021

This price action did not deter bulls. Large-volume entities, from companies to nations, “buying the dip”

Alex Mashinsky (founder and CEO of Celsius crypto lending platform) confirmed on Sunday that he had increased both his Bitcoin (ETH) and Ether(ETH) allocations.

He revealed that he had bought nearly $10m of BTC and Ethereum at current levels to increase my positions to his Twitter followers.

“We might see a retest at $53K for BTC or $4k for Ethereum, but these should only be temporary bottoms. We can go back to $70k after this.”

Mashinsky stated that he would be selling 50% of his recent purchases if the BTC/USD drops below $50,000.

Separate data, compiled by analyst Willy Woo, meanwhile supported the interest in purchasing Bitcoin at current levels.

Large-volume buyers, even excluding corporations or exchange-traded funds (“ETFs”), are evident this week — contrary to the atmosphere following similar price drops in 2021.

This one is called “Whales BTFD Entities Data” by @glassnode. It has been adjusted for exchange holdings and ETFs by yours true.
— Willy Woo, @woonomic November 27, 2021

This weekend, there are no gains

Despite ongoing uncertainty about the latest Coronavirus strain, Fridays cross-market sale-off was not a relief.

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Cointelegraph reported that this caused immediate chill feet in both traditional and crypto market sentiments, with the Crypto Fear & Greed Index going back to “extreme fear”.

As the weekend came to an end, major altcoins showed no sign of rebound. The top ten cryptocurrencies in market capital were also firm in the red on weekly timespans.

The USD/ETH managed to remain above $4,000 on Sunday.

BITSTAMP: ETH/USD 1-hour candle charts Source: TradingView