Binance DeFi integration causes a spike in network activity while creating interest in Binance Coin.
BNB seeks support after rejection at $34; the buyer congestion at $28 to come in handy.
Binance Coin dived to lows of $6.4 following the Black Thursday crash in March. The majority of markets around the globe were feeling the heat from the Coronavirus outbreak. A recovery started alongside other major digital assets but Binance Coin as always curved its unique path, aiming for new yearly highs. There have been barriers but bulls remained relentless in the push for higher levels. BNB enjoys the support of the largest cryptocurrencyexchange by daily volume and the number of users, Binance. The exchange encourages users to pay fees using BNB thereby driving up demand for the token.
The recent integration of DeFi into the Binance Smart Chain resulted in increased transactions and activities from projects such as BakerySwap, BurgerSwap, and Cream Finance. According to data from the Binance Smart Chain, BurgerSwap attracted a staking volume of up to $400 million in just 24 hours. Daily transaction activity also surged as per the data provided by BscScan.
At the time of writing, Binance Coin is seeking support above $30 after hitting a new September high at $34. If the retreat extends below 30, the resistance flipped into support at $28 will come in handy.
However, Binance seems to be taking a breather from the mission to new yearly highs considering the wide gap created by the 50 Moving Average above the 100 MA. The RSI signals a short term retreat from the overbought region but low volatility means that the upside does not have a lot of traction.
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