Altcoin Ecosystem Built on Ethereum (ETH) Primed for Serious Gains, According to Closely Followed Crypto Analyst
A popular crypto trader thinks one decentralized finance (DeFi) altcoin built on Ethereum (ETH) is on the verge of a big recovery.
Curve is trading at $2.91 at time of writing. Credible thinks the DeFi altcoin could revisit the “mid $2” range if Bitcoin (BTC) corrects back to the low $40,000s. He also predicts CRV will bounce back to the $4-$5 range “soon.” The crypto asset hasn’t reached those heights since mid-January.
Credible predicts BTC will retest the low $40,000s in the short term, though he thinks the top-ranked crypto asset by market cap is primed to continue marching upwards after that dip.
Bitcoin is trading at $46,890.63 at time of writing.
Credible is also predicting a pullback for DeFi altcoin Convex Finance (CVX).
Convex, which offers no withdrawal or minimum performance fees, rewards liquidity providers and CRV stakers on the Curve Finance exchange. CVX can be staked into Convex Finance to earn a share of Curve’s liquidity pool earnings.
“$40 resistance hit – may see a bit of a pullback here before continuation. Dips to the $20-$30 region are buy opportunities. Bribes/incentives this round also coming in at around $0.80 per vlCVX. Nearly 2x the last round which was just two weeks ago.
CVX – the gift that keeps on giving.”
CVX is trading at $37.28 at time of writing.
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