In a new thread, crypto strategist Ali Martinez tells his 40,800 followers on the social media platform X that the path appears clear for LINK to skyrocket to the $20 price level.
“Chainlink has built a solid demand zone between $14.80 and $15.20, where 17,650 addresses bought 85.12 million LINK. With the lack of resistance ahead, LINK could be positioned to advance toward $20.”
The traders’ chart, which tracks the In/Out of the Money Around Price (IOMAP) metric, indicates that a staggering 92.1% of LINK holders are in the green while just 6.5% are underwater.
LINK is trading for $15.95 at time of writing, a 6.26% increase during the last 24 hours. An increase to Martinez’ predicted price would mark a surge of about 25%.
Moving on to DEX protocol SushiSwap, Martinez says that despite the project seeing continual development, the overwhelming majority of SUSHI holders are seeing red due to the last bear market.
However, he notes that this could imply that the digital asset is undervalued.
“Despite continuous development on SushiSwap, the bear market’s impact is evident to investors. Data from IntoTheBlock reveals that over 82% of SUSHI holders are currently ‘out of the money.’ This also implies that SUSHI might be undervalued!”
SUSHI is trading for $1.10 at time of writing, a 1.17% decrease during the last day.Don't Miss a Beat – Subscribe to get email alerts delivered directly to your inbox
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