Ethereum Classic: After flipping a 14-month support, here’s what to look out for in ETC

Disclaimer: The findings of the following analysis are the sole opinions of the writer and should not be considered investment advice.

Ethereum Classic (ETC) has been on a swift withdrawal phase after reversing from its year-long trendline resistance near the $52-mark. After puncturing through some vital price ranges, the altcoin flipped its 14-month support to resistance (white) amidst the market-wide sell-off.

The immediate support at the $17.5 did hold up the recent drop. Any close below this level could delay the revival that may be due for the alt in the coming sessions. AT press time, ETC traded at $18.42, down by 9.17% in the last 24 hours.

ETC 4-hour Chart

Source: TradingView, ETC/USDT

The falling wedge (white) decline saw a whopping 35.1% fall over the last four days. The selling spree momentarily ceased at the $17.5 baseline after the recent bullish hammer candlestick. 

After briefly consolidating at its highest liquidity range (represented by the Point of Control [POC], red), the bears were quick to glide through the hurdles in the $21-$24 range. Also, the altcoin saw a sizeable uptick in its 24-hour trading volumes that revealed a strong bearish form.

With the EMA…


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