A look at bitcoin's value across various crypto trading pairs suggests a substantial push higher might not be likely in the short term.
Having successfully defended $16,000 earlier this week, bitcoin regained bid tone today and clocked a fresh record high above $17,800.
Soon after an all-time-high above $17,630 on the CoinDesk's price index, bitcoin prices are starting to look towards sub-$16,000 levels.
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Bitcoin may be at all-time highs, but it's also at a potentially key crossroads for its price, chart data shows.
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Following yesterday's all-time high, bitcoin bulls look set to push prices as high as $20,000 over the next few days.