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LINK/BTC Pair Shows Bullish Signs, Chainlink Price Could See 50% Increase

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  • Chainlink (LINK) has seen a 17% price increase, dominating the altcoin rally, and is currently aiming for a $25 target.
  • On-chain data indicates a resurgence of dormant Chainlink whales, coupled with a strong performance of the LINK/BTC pair signaling bullish trends.

Chainlink’s Resurgence: A Deep Dive into the Rally’s Drivers

In the ever-evolving world of cryptocurrency, Chainlink (LINK) has marked its territory as a leader in the altcoin rally. The last 24 hours have witnessed a significant 17% rise in LINK’s price, positioning it at $17.82 and bringing its market cap to a robust $10.8 billion. This surge has notably outperformed other major altcoins, registering a 30% gain over the past week. This upward trajectory is not just a random spike but is underpinned by a series of on-chain developments and market analyses.

Whales Awakening and LINK’s On-Chain Strength

Chainlink‘s recent price rally can be attributed to the awakening of dormant whales. According to Santiment, a prominent on-chain data provider, these previously inactive Chainlink whales have sprung into action, indicating strong accumulation. The data highlighted the highest Age Consumed spike for Chainlink, measured at 5.38 billion. This metric reflects the revival of LINK tokens that had been inactive, multiplying the amount of moved coins by the number of days they had been dormant. The return of these tokens to circulation has been a key factor in Chainlink‘s price escalation.

Furthermore, the Chainlink network observed minor liquidations in wallets, typically linked to market sentiments of Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt (FUD). These liquidations often lead to heightened price volatility and can paradoxically trigger further price increases as market players seize emerging opportunities.

Technical Analysis and Future Projections

From a technical standpoint, the LINK/BTC trading pair exhibits considerable strength and is on the verge of a significant upward breakout. Crypto analyst Michael van de Poppe’s recent analysis reveals a crucial development in this pair: the formation of a higher low, a bullish signal in market terms.

Van de Poppe further suggests that Chainlink’s momentum may be catalyzed by potential movements in Ethereum’s performance. His forecast envisions Chainlink reaching a price range between $25 and $30 in the upcoming period, positioning it as a key player in the altcoin domain.

In addition, Van de Poppe predicts a robust rally in the altcoin market within the next 2-3 months, anticipating a 50-80% rise. This rally could push the altcoin market to a staggering $1.25 trillion valuation, with Chainlink expected to be a significant contributor.

In summary, Chainlink’s current rally is not a fleeting moment but a reflection of deeper market dynamics and on-chain activities. As the crypto world watches, Chainlink‘s journey towards the $25 mark appears to be more than just a possibility, but a likely outcome of the current market trends.

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Ralf
Ralf
Ralf Klein is a computer engineer specializing in database technology, and as such, he was immediately fascinated by the possibilities of blockchain when he first heard about it, especially since this distributed, tamper-proof technology can be the foundation for much more than just cryptocurrencies. At ETHNews, he translates the articles of his English-speaking colleagues for the German readers. Business Email: info@ethnews.com Phone: +49 160 92211628
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