Tezos has been one of the most bullish cryptocurrencies throughout late-2019 and 2020, with the crypto finding itself caught within an intense uptrend that has only been rivaled by that of Chainlink.
If XTZ is able to flip this previous resistance level into support, one analyst is noting that it could see an intense surge that leads it up towards its previously established all-time highs.
Tezos leads market-wide rally after Bitcoin breaks a key resistance level.
Tezos is currently the crypto market's top-performing altcoin, rallying over 13 percent to its current price of $3.24, which marks a massive climb from daily lows of $2.80.
Tezos - which has been one of the best performing major altcoins throughout both 2019 and 2020 - saw a somewhat parabolic reaction to this market-wide bullishness, although it has since retraced slightly from highs of nearly $3.30.
The crypto could soon visit its all-time highs as bullishness mounts.
The intense rally seen by Tezos today may lead the crypto back towards its all-time highs in the hours and days ahead, as it appears that it has been able to flip its previous resistance of $3.10 into a strong support level.
One top analyst is now noting that a confirmation of this level as support could lead XTZ to rally up towards its all-time highs that are currently set at roughly $4.00.
Crypto Michaël, a prominent cryptocurrency analyst and previous full-time trader at the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, explained that he is eyeing continuation up to the crypto's resistance at $3.60, which would put it just a hair below its all-time highs.
As long as Bitcoin remains stable above $9,000, Tezos and other altcoins will likely be able to maintain their current momentum, which could lead XTZ to see significantly further near-term upside as its rally turns parabolic.
This major crypto is going parabolic as analysts eye a movement to fresh highs
gepubliceerd op Mar 5, 2020
by Cryptoslate | gepubliceerd op Coinage
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