SafeMoon Rises by 5.6% As the Crypto Market Loses $123 Billion

Key Insights:

  • Safemoon (V2) added a 5.6% rise as the rest of the market plunged.
  • The altcoin is rallying on the back of developments such as the upcoming Safemoon card.
  • Whales currently hold about 50% of the 1 Trillion SFM supply.

SafeMoon V2, which spawned out of the original protocol of SafeMoon back in December 2021, was at a good pace earlier this month.

And it revived that pace today unlike every other altcoin in the cryptocurrency market, for whom the last 24 hours have not been the best day of the month.

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FXEmpire had recently reported on the events that led to the split in the protocol from which SFM was created. And today, SafeMoon is grabbing attention once again thanks to the ongoing bullishness with the altcoin.

Since February, the coin had been in a bearish state, with the price indicators providing no support either.

According to the Bollinger Bands, the altcoin was pretty vulnerable to volatility throughout the second half of February and the first half of March. And the volatility is significantly high for the altcoin as now as well.

Thus, bearish cues kept dominating the price action, and the bias of the Bollinger Bands (white line) continued acting as resistance until the end of March.

But thriving bullish cues observed in the first few days of April pushed the price higher, and the rise to $ 0.00124 flipped the bias into support for the coin.

However, as of this week, the coin went back to being bearish and lost over 32% to trade at $ 0.0008399 yesterday.

But today, the coin is up 5.63%, trading at $ 0.0008872 at the time of writing. The ongoing ecosystem developments might help the coin rally further.

SafeMoon is up by 5.63% compared to its price as of yesterday | Source: CoinMarketCap



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