19 April 2022 | ZebPay Trade-Desk
The market capitalization of the second-largest cryptocurrency, Ethereum, saw a temporary recovery and is now up 7.4% from yesterday’s low. Ethereum is currently at 19.40%, and its market capitalization stands at $361bn. We have witnessed the whales accumulate ETH in excess of $155.8mn over the last 24 hours. ETH traded at $3,000.
After resisting around the 200 Day Moving Average, ETH saw a correction. It traded in red for five days, making a low at $2797. Yesterday, however, the asset found support at $2,775 (Neckline for the double bottom pattern), and bounced back up. ETH currently trades above the psychological level at $3k. Bulls face major obstacles at $3,050 (20-Day and 200-Day Moving Averages) and $3,175 (3,175 (20-Day and 200 Day Moving averages). It can then surge to the $3,550 level if it surpasses these levels.
Support 2Support 1AssetResistance 1Resistance 2$2,750$2,950ETH$3,175$3,550
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