During the second week of October in response to Bitcoins negative momentum the altcoin market witnessed a downfall yet again. The same bearishness was visible on the daily charts of Crypto.com coin as it lost nearly 10% in the last two days. Tezos and Digibyte too recorded mounting selling pressure, with the two digital assets at the brink of losing another level of support.
Crypto.com Coin [CRO]
Source: CRO/USD on TradingView
Crypto.com Coin has lost nearly 10% in value over the last 48 hours, the LTP recorded at press time was $0.141. A steep fall sent CRO prices back to the $ 0.142 level.
A bearish crossover was seen in the Aroon indicator with Aroon down (blue) rising above the Aroon Up (orange), further ruled out any signs of a recovery just yet. The bearishness was far from over, as the Parabolic SAR too underlined a downtrend, suggesting a further loss of the immediate level of support in the short term.
Source: XTZ/USD on TradingView
The Awesome oscillator in the Tezos market displayed a clear bearish crossover below the zero line, a sign of expected price retracements for the digital asset. The divergence in the Bollinger Bands meant that the volatility level was on the rise, and a wide price action, given the bearish scenario could side with the bears.
Given the retest of the $ 2.308 level of support at press time, a strong sell signal picked up from the technical indicators, might further push down XTZ prices over the next few days.
Source: DGB/USD on TradingView
DigiByte was trading just under the $0.0239 level of support following a 2% drop in price since Tuesday.
Relative Strength Index with its lower lows was seen heading towards the 30 level, an indication of rising selling pressure. MACD too, after ...
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