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Bitcoin (BTC) soared on March 9 as the Dow futures recovered sharply and United States Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s statement on President Joe Biden’s executive order regarding digital assets, which was released a day earlier by error, contained positive statements about the crypto industry.

For the past few days, investors seem to have been accumulating cryptocurrencies at lower levels. CoinShares data for the week ending March 6 shows that cumulative inflows of $127 million into digital asset investment products were the highest since Dec. 12, 2021, and Bitcoin products saw an increase for the seventh consecutive week.

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Daily cryptocurrency market performance. Source: Coin360

However, Bloomberg Intelligence senior commodity strategist Mike McGlone sounded cautious when he warned that the current geopolitical situation and surging crude oil prices caused a global recession, Bitcoin and Ether could face selling pressure initially. McGlone cautioned that if the U.S. equity markets plunge, Ether could drop to $1,700 because it is closely correlated to Nasdaq 100.

Could Bitcoin and altcoins sustain the higher levels? Let’s analyze the charts of the top-10 cryptocurrencies to find out.