Amid the altcoin crash, the price of Cardano (ADA) has been a hot topic of discussion among investors and traders. The digital asset has seen some significant volatility, and market participants are eagerly watching for signs of a recovery rally. The recent market trends have seen Cardano’s price experiencing a downward trajectory. However, before any recovery rally occurs, there’s a crucial support level that ADA needs to touch.
Cardano Suffers After Failing To Trigger Bullish Confidence
On June 19, Cardano’s (ADA) price fell by more than 3%. This drop brought the ADA price to daily lows of $0.257, a figure that caught the attention of traders and investors. This decline was not an isolated incident but a reaction to Cardano’s inclusion in a list of digital assets that the US SEC categorizes as “unregistered securities.”
Last week, the Fed hinted at a likely 50 basis points hike in 2023, a development that usually curbs interest in riskier assets. Such increases often prompt investors to favor safer, less volatile investments, a trend that can significantly impact high-risk, high-reward altcoins like Cardano.
At the same time, the open interest in derivatives linked to ADA has seen a significant decrease. It has fallen to approximately $111 million, the lowest level since January 2021. This decrease in open interest indicates a reduced trading activity or interest in ADA, which could impact its liquidity and price volatility.
Over the last 24 hours, the market has witnessed liquidations amounting to roughly $360K. Long positions have borne the brunt of these losses, with a staggering $341K being liquidated. This suggests that many traders who had anticipated a price increase have instead decided to close their positions by selling ADA. This mass offloading of ADA has likely added to the downward pressure on its price.
What To Expect From ADA Price Next?
The weekly price chart of ADA indicates a 7% decline. Yet, since the market downturn on June 10th, sellers have lost momentum, unable to drive the price further down. Given the strong support at 24 cents, bullish traders might have a window to send ADA’s price to the North.
After witnessing a sharp decline from $0.2682, ADA’s price took support at $0.2571. Currently, bears are losing control of the price chart as bulls aim to push the ADA price above the EMA20 trend line.
As of writing, ADA price trades at $0.2624, declining over 1.9% in the last 24 hours. Analyzing the 4-hour price chart, ADA price is currently attempting to surge above the resistance line, and a push above $0.3312 will send the altcoin to a crucial level at $0.383.
On the bearish side, if Cardano’s price drops below $0.25, it may take support near $0.22. However, a surge from this support will likely occur due to the ‘buy in the dip’ sentiment.
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