- HOT/USD is gently pointing down, as seen in the very short-term picture
- NFTs arrive on Holochain
The $0.025 and $0.032 resistance seems to be a real struggle for the bulls, while Holo (HOT) has been on the sidelines since April 6. HOT/USD is gently pointing down, as seen in the very short-term picture, framing a negative profile. Technically, the HOT price could consolidate for a while as the downward sloping RSI is hovering at the mid 50 reading, suggesting possible consolidation.
Holo (HOT) has a present market cap of $3.12 billion, with $690 million in trade volume over the past 24 hours. As of press time, HOT was trading at $0.017, down by 11.62 in the last 24 hours and 17.13% weekly.
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HOT/USD Daily Chart: Ranging
Holo (HOT) has been in a downward move after reaching all-time highs of $0.032 on April 5. Buyers call for a sustainable move above the $0.0255 – $0.0321 zone, where the descending trendline resistances reside, triggering the next bullish phase. HOT bullish advance to $0.0255 on April 15 was cut short owing to the trendline resistance.
In the case of Holo (HOT) breaking the resistance of the $0.025 level, the HOT/USD pair could retest the resistance at the record high of $0.032 before entering uncharted waters. An advance beyond the record high could see HOT rally to the next targets at $0.033 and $0.040.
On the other hand, further declines would most likely look for support at the minor ascending trendline at $0.016, where the prior day’s decline was stalled. A break of this is expected to drive the HOT price towards the $0.009 – $0.014 area, with the MA 50 ($0.011) likely capping extra downside pressure here.
In the meantime, a rebound off the ascending trendline support could keep the HOT/USD pair trading sideways in the downtrend starting from the $0.032 high on April 5 except on a strong upside move.
- Supply Levels: $0.032, $0.025, $0.021
- Demand Levels: $0.016, $0.013, $0.011
Summarizing, a strong rally above $0.025 would revive the uptrend, switching the outlook to bullish. Simultaneously, a decisive close below the ascending trendline support would signal the start of a larger downtrend.