Tezos, Chainlink continue positive trend as Ethereum Classic struggles near critical support
As Bitcoin’s dominance took a dip, altcoins have posted major gains. Many lesser-known altcoins breached significant resistance levels as they rallied. As market observers anticipated for an alt-season in the offing, the collective bullish price action amounted for a market cap of $289 billion.
The latest debutant to the top 10 crypto ranking on CoinMarketCap’s site, Tezos drove the altcoin market to new heights, diminishing BTC’s dominance in the space. It reached levels unseen since July 2018. In terms of its YTD gains, XTZ rose by 132%.
As XTZ held on to an epic rally, the token was well above its crucial resistance at $1.94 and surged by 65.4% over the past week. At press time, the security token was up by 0.04% and was trading at $3.19. Furthermore, XTZ held a market cap of $2.21 billion and a 24-hour trading volume of $202 million.
LINK, the token powering blockchain project Chainlink, hit an all-time high of $4.41 on 15th February 2020. As it made an incredible rally this month, the coin has been consolidating above its major support level at the $3.03 level.
The coin continued to swing higher and at press time, was trading at $4.70 after rising by 5.19% over the last 24-hours. LINK held a market cap of $$1.643 billion and a 24-hour trading volume of $610 million. Additionally, it registered an increase of 49.19% over the past week.
Starting out at a low of $1.80 on 1st January, the latest bull run propelled the coin to post YTD gains of 161.11%.
ETC bulls surpassed a major milestone this year after trading in the bearish realm for a long time. Its price faced a major resistance at point $10 which was breached in the second week of January. After sustaining a dip, the coin marched towards another rally. However, at press time, ETC was struggling to hold on to the key level and was trading at $10.02 after declining by 14.62% over the past day.
Additionally, ETC held a market cap of $1.16 billion and a 24-hour trading volume of $3.003 billion.