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Crypto Analyst Details Potential Dogecoin Rally, Here’s What Could Trigger Bullish Action – Bitcoin (BTC/USD), Dogecoin (DOGE/USD)

Cryptocurrency analyst and trader Justin Bennett have said that the slightly higher unemployment rate in the U.S. should be bearish for the U.S. Dollar Index (DXY) and bullish for the crypto market.

During a recent interaction on Twitter, he said that Dogecoin’s DOGE/USD performance shows bullish signs. 

“If DOGE can reclaim this area, we will likely see that next leg up begin,” he said. 

Talking about Dogecoin’s interpretation, he pointed to a bullish continuation pattern, but said making assumptions could be dangerous. 

On Friday, Dogecoin slipped about 10% on the heels of news that Twitter owner Elon Musk has reportedly halted work on the social network’s crypto wallet.

Also Read: Elon Musk Does It Again! Endorses Dogecoin, Says He’ll Keep Buying The Meme Coin

Earlier this week, following Musk’s completion of the Twitter deal, the meme coin spiked 150% in value, which was the highest since April. 

The Dogecoin market became upbeat, with Musk discussing the possibility of using DOGE as a payment method.

Bennett further explained how DXY levels would affect crypto assets like Bitcoin BTC/USD and Ethereum ETH/USD.

“I can’t stress enough how significant 109.30 will be for the DXY next week. The confluence is massive, 2022 trend line, descending channel support, and key monthly level. A close below = extended crypto rally. Bounce aggressively = crypto pullback,” he tweeted. 

At the time of writing, Dogecoin was trading at $0.129, climbing 21% over the last seven days

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