Litecoin was back above $80.00 on Wednesday, as the token climbed away from a recent six-week low. Today’s rise in price sees the cryptocurrency surge for a third straight day, despite recent market volatility. Cardano was also marginally higher.
Litecoin (LTC) jumped back above $80.00 earlier in today’s session, as the token continued to move away from recent lows.
Following yesterday’s low of $78.18, LTC/USD raced to an intraday high of $81.97 on Thursday.
The surge saw litecoin rise from a recent six-week low of $75.32, which took the cryptocurrency to a breakout of a floor at $77.00.
Looking at the chart, today’s rally pushed the relative strength index (RSI) towards a resistance level of 39.00.
At the time of writing, the index is currently tracking at 37.95, with LTC falling from earlier highs, and trading at $80.84.
Bulls in the market are likely targeting a ceiling of $85.00, however there will likely be some hurdles in the form upcoming points of resistance.
Cardano (ADA) was also marginally higher, as prices traded close to a key support level on Wednesday.
ADA/USD hit a high of $0.3727 earlier in the day, which comes following a bottom at $0.3574 during yesterday’s session.
Thursday’s marginal gain sees cardano climb above a price floor of $0.3580, however earlier momentum has somewhat faded.
It appears that gains have eased due to the RSI colliding with a ceiling at the 41.00 mark.
Price strength is now at the 37.06 level, after failing to break out of the aforementioned resistance.
ADA is now trading at $0.3613, with bearish pressure significantly higher than earlier in the day.
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