Ethereum Price Prediction: ETH Retreats Back Above $2,500 After Drop Below $2,000

Daily Ethereum ETH Technical Analysis

Last Updated July 23rd 2021
3 Min Read
  • Ethereum price has flipped 50-day SMA from support to resistance
  • Since May 12, ETH has crashed by $1,600.
  • Since  May 12, the Ethereum price has crashed from $4,180 to $2,550 – losing around $1,600 in its overall valuation. Before this crash, Ethereum had jumped from $1,400 to $4,175, between March 1, 2021 to May 11. During today’s plunge, the Ethereum price has flipped the 50-day SMA from support to resistance.

    Ethereum Price Drop Is Not Over Yet

    This Wednesday, the Ethereum price has flashed the following sell signals:

    1. Flipped the 50-day SMA from support to resistance.
    2. The MACD shows increasing bearish market momentum.
    3. The Bollinger Band has started expanding to show increasing price volatility.

    Seeing all these signals together, it is pretty evident that Ethereum price may drop some more.

    Image: ETH/USD daily

    ETH/USD daily chart 05021

    Looking at IntoTheBlock’s new addresses metric, we can see that the number of new addresses entering the ecosystem has dropped off quite significantly.

    Image: IntoTheBlocks

    Ethereum ETH New Addresses

    Does the public still  <3 ETH?

    Ethereum ETH Sentiment

    According to Santiment’s weighted social sentiment chart, the overall sentiment towards Ethereum price is still positive.

    Older Coins Movement Slowing Down

    Ethereum ETH Older Coin Movement

    "$BTC and $ETH's recent dips are leading to some stagnancy in the dormant coin movement that has really propelled the historic bull run #crypto has experienced. Keep a close eye on this chart, and whether avg. investment ages continue getting younger."

    DeFi Market Crashing

    USD Locked in DeFi

    The Total Value Locked Up In DeFi has crashed from $85 billion to <$60 billion.

    Cardano Announces Ethereum Converter

    IOHK, the firm behind Cardano, recently released a new "converter" that allows users to bring ERC20 tokens to the Cardano blockchain.

    Ethereum - Cardano Conversion Tweet

    Our incoming ERC20 converter will allow Ethereum-based tokens like AGI (SingularityNet) to run on our proof-of-stake blockchain...Coming soon to testnet.

    Ethereum is currently the most-used blockchain, processing billions of dollars worth of transactions each week and millions of smart contract interactions each day. However, the current Proof of Work consensus design has proven to be limited for the network. Speeds are too slow and fees too high. This has caused the swapping and usage of ERC20 tokens, or the assets issued on the Ethereum network as per compatible standards, to be both slow and expensive. Cardano’s looking to change that. IO project manager Francisco Landino said:

    Our ERC20 converter is a tool that will allow issuing organizations and their users to handle ERC20 token migration to Cardano.

    He added that it is "designed for token issuers (organizations that wish to enable the migration of their tokens to Cardano), and their users (token holders) to use the tool to move their ERC20 tokens to the Cardano network.”

    The ERC20 tokens, after being converted, would run on Cardano’s Ouroboros proof-of-stake consensus mechanism, which relies on a network of stakers and validators who maintain the network and process transactions (with far lower fees). Users would be able to convert Ether tokens, move them across, and use those converted tokens as a special native token on Cardano that has the same value and works just like an ERC20 token.

    To move those tokens back to Ethereum, users can burn them on Cardano and use the original ones on the Ethereum network as usual.

    Ethereum Price Is Expected To Reach These Levels

    The Ethereum price will continue to slump further down. However, the truly scary part is that the next logical support level is at the 200-day SMA ($1,550). Such a plunge could be pretty catastrophic, so the buyers will need to act fast.

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