#Ethereum (ETH) Price has More to Lose, Crypto Experts Predict
As the price of Ethereum (ETH) follows in Bitcoin’s footsteps and the bearish regime continues to launch assaults, experts anticipate that ETH will continue to decline. To put this into perspective, ETH’s price has been hovering close to the $1,617 barrier over the previous several days.
ETH/USD price chart, source: Coinmarketcap
The typical outcome of a tense consolidation close to an overhead resistance is allegedly a breakout to the upward. However, if the bulls fail to hold their positions, ETH could retest its recent low point of $1,510 and be vulnerable to breaching $1,500, according to speculations from proponents.
TraderSZ, a Twitter personality, believes that $1590 would be the next downside target if the market participants start pushing lower again. With the markets at such low valuations, many analysts expect ETH/USD to plummet, and TraderSZ believes that $1590 could be the bear’s target.
$ETHUSD 1590 would be next downside target if we start pushing lower again pic.twitter.com/cnLLWZQfPo
— TraderSZ (@trader1sz) February 6, 2023
On the other hand, amid a request for comments, Arseny Myakotnikov, Managing Partner at Input PR & Marketing Agency, states that with the Ethereum token burn event, the security tightening of the protocol is showcased in the refusal of validators to process transactions emanating from suspicious crypto mixers. Arseny adds:
This stance on integrity is a source of attraction for institutional investors with a projection that they may draw on it as a means to stack up on the coin ahead of Bitcoin when the global economy recovers.
Coinmarketcap reports that the Ethereum/U.S. Dollar exchange rate is now at $1,632.77, with a 24-hour trading volume of $7,509,967,464. Also, Ethereum has lost 2.26 percent in the past day. A total of 122,373,866 ETH coins are in circulation, and its current market cap is $199,808,717,454.
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