BTCThe United States dollar fell after reaching its 1-year high. Bitcoin’s tight inverse correlation with the greenback over the past month suggests that a weakening dollar could push BTC’s price even higher in the coming sessions. On an hourly chart, bitcoin-dollar relationship. Source: TradingView
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