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Here’s What’s in Store For Ethereum (ETH) Price This Weekend

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In the midst of the bearish market cycle, Ethereum (ETH), the second largest cryptocurrency by market cap, has dropped nearly 30% from its September peak of $1,789. Most of the investors and traders expected September to be the most important month of the year for ETH, but the currency couldn’t hold on to the claim.

At the time of writing, Ethereum (ETH) is selling at $1,325 with a loss of 1.10% over the last 24hrs.

Though the currency didn’t fall at its 2022 lows, ETH’s 30% drop has dragged the currency towards its mid-July levels. Though the lead altcoin is expected to see another pullback, the current price action indicates a short-term bull rally before the drop.

Despite a 30% loss in the last two weeks, ethereum exchange outflows have experienced a significant surge in its outflow movement. Also, this is the largest outflow last seen in mid-June.

Approximately, there was an outflow of 104,000 ETH from exchanges seen on 21 and 22 September and this accounts for nearly $132 million in buying pressure.

A Bullish Weekend For Ethereum

On the other hand, during the same time frame, the exchanges saw a deposit of around 18,000 ETH which points out that the outflows were much more than the deposits. This momentum suggests that there is a rise in ETH demand.

Meanwhile, since September 10 Ethereum’s Market Value Realized Value (MVRV) for a period of 180 days has declined and this is the same time during which ETH price surged. This incident indicates that ETH holders during that time have run out of money. However, in the last two days, the MVRV has surged.

A rise in demand around the latest downtrend was validated by the MVRV’s pivot on September 21. Additionally, it represented rising exchange outflows.

Also while Ethereum’s six-hour chart by the end of September 21 flashed a bearish candle, the Relative Strength Index (RSI) claimed a higher low. This kind of incidence usually points towards a bullish cycle, hence indicating Ethereum’s bullish weekend.

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Elena R

Elena is an expert in technical analysis and risk management in cryptocurrency market. She has 10+year experience in writing - accordingly she is avid journalists with a passion towards researching new insights coming into crypto erena.

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