Bitcoin (BTC) circled $30,500 at the June 26 Wall Street open as bulls held newfound support.

BTC/USD 1-hour chart. Source: TradingView

Bitcoin ETF hype puts demands on U.S. session

Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed BTC price action retaining $30,000 around the weekly close.

The largest cryptocurrency began the week on a stable note as U.S. markets began trading, with observers hoping for a copycat move from the week prior.

Then, the U.S. had provided the lion’s share of buyer interest, following multiple announcements of institutional product applications based on the Bitcoin spot price.

“Last week, most action and buying pressure, happened during the US Stock Market Open Hours,” popular trader Daan Crypto Trades noted on the day.

Fellow trader Skew agreed, calling the June 26 U.S. trading session “important.”

On-chain analytics firm Glassnode confirmed the trend, suggesting that it could form part of a more long-term shift thanks to the U.S. exchange-traded fund (ETF) filings.

“As a gold rush of institutional-grade ETF applications are filed in the US, we have seen early signs of a revival of US-led demand,” it wrote in the latest edition of its weekly newsletter, “The Week On-Chain.”

“This comes after a period of weaker relative US demand in 2023, with top exchanges in Asia seeing the strongest accumulation year to date.”

BTC/USD annotated chart. Source: Daan Crypto Trades/Twitter

Analyst: Snap BTC price correction “highly unlikely”

Turning to BTC price performance itself, trading suite Decentrader flagged a key resistance level now overhead.

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This came in the form of its two-year moving average (MA) at just above $32,800.

“Historically, underneath the 2 Year MA has provided a fantastic accumulation opportunity ahead of the following halving cycle,” part of Twitter analysis stated.

An accompanying chart showed the 2-year MA plus the trend line reflecting five times its value, suggesting upside follows breakouts above the former.

BTC/USD annotated chart with moving average data. Source: Decentrader/Twitter

Shorter timeframes also showed a lack of interest in shorting BTC at current levels, increasing hopes of a resumption of the uptrend.

Others continued to look for potential opportunities to “buy the dip,” with popular trader Crypto Chase giving $29,000 as an example.

Trader and analyst Rekt Capital reiterated that the overall picture for Bitcoin remained one of strength, with any potential retracements set to be shallow in nature.

“When a BTC correction ends so convincingly… It’s highly unlikely another deep correction occurs right after,” he reasoned.

“Any downside would likely be dips as part of new uptrend continuation.”

BTC/USD 1-day chart. Source: TradingView

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