Total Value in ETH 2.0 Deposit Contract Reaches All-Time High
- It is likely that the price of ETH will either start to climb or consolidate.
- The total value in the ETH 2.0 deposit contract has reached a new all-time high.
One of the cryptos in the red heading into the new week is Ethereum (ETH). According to data from CoinMarketCap, the biggest altcoin by market cap is currently trading hands at $1,508.81 after a 1.53% drop in price over the last 24 hours. The altcoin also reached a low of $1,504.49 and a high of $1,545.55 over the same time period.
This stumble in ETH’s 24-hour performance has impacted its weekly performance as the crypto is in the red by more than 7% over the last seven days. ETH also weakened against its biggest competitor, Bitcoin (BTC), by about 1.24% over the last day.
ETH’s 24-hour trading volume is in the green zone, and currently stands at $6,692,563,314 after a more than 46% increase since yesterday. In terms of market cap, ETH currently stands at $184,820,616,727.
The altcoin is currently trading close to the support at $1,505.46. If the crypto can close today’s trading session above this level, it is likely that the price of ETH could start to climb or consolidate. The fact that the 20-EMA line is still bullishly crossed above the 50-EMA line could mean that there is still enough bullish momentum to support the move up.
Moreover, the on-chain analysis firm Glassnode took to Twitter earlier this morning to share some metrics about ETH. According to the post, the total value in the ETH 2.0 deposit contract has reached a new all-time high of 15,803,847 ETH.
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