As cryptocurrency prices recover, about $200 million in orders have been cleared from the market.
Following Bitcoin’s $42,000 surge, the market’s volume of liquidated orders surpassed $200 million. According to CoinGlass, the total amount liquidated in the last 24 hours was $183 million.
With $72 million in cancelled orders, OKEx has once again been the market’s largest liquidation volume supplier, according to the Exchange Liquidation chart. According to reports, 76 percent of these orders were incomplete.
Bitcoin orders continue to be the most liquidated position in the market when it comes to liquidations by the symbol. With $42 million in cancelled orders in the last 24 hours, Ethereum is in second place.
When it comes to liquidations by symbol, Bitcoin orders continue to be the most liquidated positions in the market. Ethereum is in second place, with $42 million in cancelled orders in the last 24 hours.
Bitcoin has recovered from the bottom of the ascending range, which is currently at $37,600, according to the TradingView chart. The range’s resistance line is about $45,000, which was also the first cryptocurrency’s reversal zone in early March.
For the time being, the first cryptocurrency has broken through the 50-day exponential moving average and entered the corridor between the 50 and 200-day EMA, signalling the start of the market’s complete reverse surge.