Dash is dropping profits at once again, but appears set to defend $600 levels.

But whatever the reason, cost chart analysis also favors additional upside, albeit following a healthy technical correction to $600 amounts.
As per CoinMarketCap, the world’s fifth biggest cryptocurrency by market capitalization is currently trading at approximately $685 — down 9.3 per cent on the day — after rising to an all-time top of $826.95 in 09:59 UTC.

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  • A bearish price-relative strength index (RSI) divergence.
  • 50-MA, 100-MA, and 200-MA are sloping upwards and placed one under the other in favor of their bulls.
  • The increasing trendline (blue line) could offer support at $583 amounts)

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1 reason may be the positioning in the information of the asset, with bands connected with the protocol declaring earlier this week they would partner  to help solve Zimbabwe’s financial crisis.
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Check out the respective markets demonstrates that the rally is being fueled by Korean couches. One of the biggest exchanges in South Korea, trading volume in set offered by Bithumb, has gone up 30 percent in the past 24 hours.

  • Two successive candles with higher shadows (large gap between the close and intra-day high) signify bull market exhaustion.
  • Prices are trying hard to hold gains above $696 (161.8% Fib extension).

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    Also notable is that trading volumes have struck a record high of $4.84 billion, implying the rally may be here to stay.
    Dash could fall to $600-$580 rates, courtesy of the bull market exhaustion about the chart along with the bearish cost RSI divergence on the 4-hour chart.
    The foundation appears to have changed higher to $600 amounts — i.e. dips below $600-$580 may be short-lived as signaled by means of a pattern of higher lows (increasing trend line on the 4-hour chart) and upwards moving moving averages.

    Dash Price Likely to Defend $600
    Disclaimer: This guide shouldn’t be chosen as, and isn’t intended to supply, investment information. Please conduct your own research before buying any cryptocurrency.
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