Even though Bitcoin and other top cryptocurrencies are stalling, Cardano’s ADA has continued to rip higher over recent days. The cryptocurrency recently eclipsed $0.11, which is the highest price it has traded at in over a year and a half.
With this latest move higher, ADA is easily outperforming a majority of other large-cap cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, and most other multi-billion-dollar assets in existence.
Cardano’s ADA is now up more than 200 percent this year
Despite it being up so far just six months into the year, there is data suggesting that Cardano has room to rally.
Blockchain analytics firm IntoTheBlockshared the chart below on Jul. 7, writing that its In/Out of the Money Around Price (IOMAP) indicator shows:
“There is little resistance until $0.12380, where roughly 6.13k addresses had previously purchased 201.44 million ADA.”
It was added that there is strong support in the $0.09-0.10 range, where there are over ten thousand holders holding over 1,000,000,000 ADA.
IntoTheBlock’s other metrics also seemingly suggest Cardano has room to rally.
Below is an image of the firm’s Cardano dashboard, which shows seven separate core metrics in three categories: on-chain signals, spot exchange signals, and derivatives signals.
Four out of the company’s seven core metrics are currently “bullish.” These are the in the money (momentum of addresses in profit), smart price (an implied price derived from order book data), bid-ask volume imbalance (the balance of buy orders vs. sell orders), and futures market momentum (tracks the price, open interest, and volume of derivatives markets).
Notably, coming up is Cardano’s mainnet launch of “Shelley.” Shelley is a phase of the blockchain’s life span that will begin to decentralize the network while increasing its usability with new code.
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