Just below that is a Order Block. I jumped into the 5 min Chart to find this one. It's in the red Elipse just below the Liquidity/ .
Which is also right at the 70.5% of the retracement from that deep low to the current high.
Also if you look at It from a 4HR view, There are no 4 hr candles, possibly suggesting this is the overall correct fib.
Keep in mind there has been a break of structure that happened yesterday which is suggesting that the price will most likely be going higher. This of course will be nullified if the price breaks and stays below a significant low. But instead, I think we may see something like this to where it get's close but it will just wipe out the liquidity resting near that 1152 level and hit somewhere between 1133 and 1142 before it bounces back up and we see a new high again.
I pulled from another exchange for these prices and the equal low/liquidity level ended up being the same (1152), the order block ended up being the same (1133 - 1142) But the biggest difference was the spike down where we would draw the fib low or 100% level. The one in the examples low is 1072. The low in the Coinbase level was 1065. But of a difference there, which is why I said I don't like using wicks to measure these things. So just be wry of those price levels and don't be so worried about the Fibonacci entry.
Good Luck and Happy Trading
Waiting to see if this is going to smack into my original idea of 1240 or not.