Cardano, Qtum, Ontology Price Analysis: 24 January

Monday 25 January 2021, 2:46 AM AEST - 1 month ago

The cryptocurrency market has seen increased sideways movement in the past few days. Bitcoins value has also been moving within the confines of its support and resistance – a trend also visible across the altcoin market. While major alts like Cardano was mirroring this Bitcoin trend, other small-cap alts like Qtum and Ontology were showing different trends in the market.

Cardano [ADA]

Source: ADAUSD on TradingView

The above chart of Cardano [ADA] showed that the price was consolidating between the support and resistance of $0.3351 and $0.3584. At the time of writing, ADA was trading at $0.3540, while embarking on a bullish journey.

The Relative Strength Index value was at 65, which was an indication that the digital asset was close to being overbought. This meant that the buying of Cardano was high and the digital asset was close to being overbought. However, it did not have the momentum to keep up with the current trend. The Awesome Oscillator indicator noted that the momentum in the market was extremely low.

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Qtum [QTUM]

Source: QTUMUSD on TradingView

The value of QTUM had witnessed a sudden surge as the price was supported by the 50 moving average. The trend in the market changed to a bullish one and as it hit the resistance at $4.02 the price dropped. At the time of writing, QTUM was trading at $3.87 and the drop pushed it from the overbought zone.

The RSI showed that the sudden surge caused the asset to become overbought and witness a reversal in trend. The MACD indicator was also noting this bullishness as the green bars were increasing. However, the recent sell-off pushed it back within the equilibrium zone. Since th ...

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