Historically ETH has either lead or followed BTC. I've seen times when, as BTC becomes too expensive ETH taking the lead. As excitement about BTC heats up, traders could switch to the cheaper ETH. If that happens ETH could then push the ETH/BTC ratio well north, in an unexpected way.

Looking on a higher time frame of the 1D I see more probability for the north, and 0.02800 being unlikely - but I'm usually wrong more times than not.
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DatTong Captain_Walker
@Captain_Walker, D1 is so different to H4's perspective so it's hard to make comment on the chart you provided unless you give the view on the same timeframe
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@DatTong, Sure. I only looked higher because what happens upstream may affect assessments down stream.
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This looks like xrp mate ! I’m in same mind for it !
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Aliman_trade Aliman_trade
@Aliman_trade, eth to btc ** have it as eth to usd in group.
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