- The US indices had their worst day since October.
- The current RSI level is far from the oversold zone.
For now, the 200-day moving average of $0.8804 is preventing a more severe decline. In the last 48 hours, cryptocurrencies have collapsed alongside Chinese equities as Evergrande, the country’s second-largest property collapses. The US indices had their worst day since October.
Bitcoin (BTC/USD) recently fell below the 200-day moving average at $41,823, further souring sentiment. The price of Ripple then briefly reached the 200 DMA at $0.8841. However, BTC has recovered $2,500 from the $40,255 low, assisting XRP in doing the same. Although still, this could impact the Ripple price.
Greedy Investors Drove XRP
However, if Bitcoin buyers emerge, the Ripple price should rise. If XRP closes above the 200-day moving average, a reversal may be underway. Until XRP clears the 100 DMA at $98.24 and trend resistance at $1.2000, it is cautious. XRP must rise above $1.2000 to be considered bullish.
Greedy investors drove XRP to a swing high of $1.41, far above the $1.35 swing high of August 15. The RSI formed a lower low during the August 15 and September 6 peaks, resulting in a bearish divergence. This barrier has been in use since early April. If this level is broken, any short-term buying pressure will be unable to reclaim it.
Also, the current RSI level is far from the oversold zone, indicating that the remittance coin has not yet bottomed. By the end of the first week of September, there were 31,316 daily active addresses. As XRP falls, so does the number of investors using the Ripple blockchain.
This metric hit a low of 28,761 on September 17, falling 8.15 percent in 11 days. As a result of the market participants’ lack of interest in the future of XRP, the price is likely to slip, leading to a downtrend. According to CoinMarketCap, XRP price today is $0.940204 USD with a 24-hour trading volume of $4,667,042,291 USD.
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