ETH traded at $2,000 over the weekend. However, it is clearly the center of attention in crypto markets. Over the past two months, the asset has outperformed BTC. The ETH/BTC exchange rate has risen by almost 63%, from 0.0499 to 0.0816. This indicates that ETH has outperformed BTC. The pair faces stiff resistance at 0.82, which could lead to profit booking.
At the time this article was written, ETH was trading for $1,887.
Chart for Ethereum (ETH).
ETH experienced a sharp rally, and soared nearly 130% from its lows at $881 to its recent high of $2,000.30 over the past few months. The asset was able to withstand stiff resistance at the psychological level $2k, and saw some profit booking. ETH has formed a ‘Lower Low Lower High” formation in the last three days, but it did so with very low volumes. The asset is trading in a strong range of $1,800 to $1.750. The bulls will resume their up-move if the asset holds above the support. The asset must break the $2k mark and close above it in order to rally further.
Support 2Support 1AssetResistance 1Resistance 2$1,500$1,750ETH$2,000$2,250
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