Although the average network returns of traders have slipped back into negative territory, Cardano’s 30-day returns remain neutral, according to on-chain analytics firm Santiment. Because Cardano’s 30-day MVRV is neutral, buyers might remain on the fence, leading to a slightly longer period of consolidation.
📊 With the major #altcoin price pullbacks and mild #Bitcoin drop, the average network returns of traders have fallen into negative territory again. $ADA 30-day returns are still neutral, $BTC and $BNB are negative, and $ETH is back in an opportunity zone. https://t.co/i1HQOo6Yhj pic.twitter.com/fhZnYdnXHE
— Santiment (@santimentfeed) June 11, 2022
The MVRV reveals the sentimental mood surrounding an asset at any particular time, based on probability, and deduces the possibility of future price movement. MVRV, or Market Value to Realized Value, is a ratio that determines whether or not an asset’s price is fair. MVRV could be used as a stand-alone statistic to predict market peaks and bottoms.
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Average MVRV divergences between -50% and +50% are considered “neutral,” meaning they are less than halfway between the “Opportunity Zone” and the “Danger Zone.” The “Opportunity Zone” has undervalued assets, while the “Danger Zone” has overvalued assets.
Cardano’s price dropped after a significant recovery that saw it reach highs of $0.669 on June 8. In keeping with the current market downturn, ADA was down 11.07% at $0.51 at the time of publication. Cardano remains in a trading range, with resistance at $0.67 and support at $0.39, despite the price drop.
Whales and large entities generally buy assets at a discount during periods of dips or consolidation.
— WhaleStats – the top 1000 BSC richlist (@WhaleStatsBSC) June 12, 2022
According to WhaleStats, Cardano was under buying pressure from BNB whales looking to accumulate during the recent drop.
Cardano introduces Lace wallet
Cardano has introduced Lace, a lightweight web3 wallet that the company describes as a “one-stop-shop” for all blockchain operations.
Lace plans to evolve to support many additional blockchains as well as several cryptocurrencies, as IOG sees interoperability as critical to assuring widespread blockchain use.
The incoming lace wallet intends to support identity and voting on Cardano in future iterations. Integration with Atala PRISM for identity and personal data management, as well as Project Catalyst for simple registration and voting, could also be included. Also, integration with EVM sidechains and Hydra might be added in the future.
According to IOG, Lace wallet could be released in a closed beta version soon.
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