Bitcoin technical analysis: BTC/USD price subject to a $9000 return

Bitcoin price in the session on Wednesday is trading in negative territory by some 2.15%.

BTC/USD momentum remains tilted to the downside, dropping for the past three consecutive sessions.

The $10,000 price mark is losing much ground, with eyes on a potential return down to $9000.

Pressure remains very much to the south, as the price has been falling for the past three sessions in a row. $12,000 rejection last week was the entry for the bears. The next major area of demand can be observed at $10,00-9000 range.

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The BTC/USD is currently trading at $7,100 (-0.6%). The coin has entered range-bound trading after wild gyrations in the first half of the week. During early Asian hours, the first digital coin is oscillation in a narrow 100-dollar range.

Bitcoin Cash finally let go of the former strong support at $200. The breakdown plummeted below $190 (previous buy zone) and $180. Luckily the buyer congestion at $170 put an end to the declines and kick-started the ongoing bullish momentum.

Ethereum hit the recovery high at $134.50 and resumed the decline. At the time of writing, the second-largest digital asset is changing hands at $127.40, off the intraday low of $125.95.

At the time of writing, TRX/USD is changing hands at $0.0132, having recovered from the intraday low of $0.0129. The 12th largest coin has gained 2.5% since this time on Thursday amid improving sentiments on the cryptocurrency markets.

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