Biggest Movers: ADA Extends Gains, as SOL Consolidates on Saturday – Market Updates Bitcoin News
Cardano rose for a second straight session to start the weekend, as the token continued to move away from a key price floor. Cryptocurrency markets were marginally higher in today’s session, with the global market up 0.56% as of writing. Solana continued to consolidate on Saturday.
Cardano (ADA) rose for a second consecutive session, as the token moved away from a recent support point.
Following a low of $0.3783 on Friday, ADA/USD jumped to an intraday peak at $0.3902 to start the weekend.
As a result of the move, cardano moved further away from a recent floor at $0.3775, following a failed breakout attempt.
From the chart, it appears that bulls rejected the breakout after the 14-day relative strength index (RSI) bounced from a floor at 55.00.
At the time of writing, the index is tracking at 56.96, with a ceiling at 60.00 a potential target for traders.
Should they reach this destination, there is a good chance that ADA will be trading above $0.4000.
After a volatile week of trading, solana (SOL) entered the weekend marginally higher, however price uncertainty was also high.
SOL/USD reached a top at $20.71 to start the weekend, a day after sitting at a low of $20.33.
Saturday’s activity sees solana continue to hover close to a long-term floor at $20.15, and this comes following a crossover of moving averages (MA).
The 10-day (red) MA moved below its 25-day (blue) counterpart earlier in the week, however was unable to extend its distance from this trendline.
This comes as the 14-day RSI remains close to a point of support of its own, at the 46.00 mark.
Until a breakout of this floor occurs, or there is a move above resistance, it is likely that SOL will continue to trend sideways.
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