LUNA hit a new all-time high, as markets reacted to news that US President Joe Biden had signed an executive order on cryptocurrencies. Biden wants his government to examine the “risks and benefits” of crypto, news of which sent the likes of NEAR and ANC almost 20% higher.
Following a bear run that lasted almost seven days, terra (LUNA) rallied on Wednesday to reclaim its position as the world’s sixth-largest cryptocurrency.
As of writing this, LUNA/USD is up by over 25% on the day, breaking past its resistance of $86.24 in the process.
Wednesday’s breakout pushed prices to an intraday high of $104.58, which is an all-time high for LUNA.
This surge created a bullish engulfing pattern, which overcame all the action of the past eight days, where prices to as low as $75.
Looking at the chart, today’s move has taken the 14-day RSI to a ceiling of 69, should it break, then the recent high of 74 will likely be the next target area.
Should we see price strength rise to this level, then some may expect LUNA to hit as high as $110.
Although anchor protocol (ANC) and NEAR were both hovering around 20% on the day, it was WAVES which was Wednesday’s second-biggest gainer.
WAVES rose to an intraday high of $27.55 during today’s session, which is its highest level since October 29.
Following a low of $21.51 yesterday, Wednesday’s move saw WAVES/USD climb above the $23 resistance point, which has been in place since December 2.
Despite this, the 14-day RSI is tracking at a peak of 84, which is the highest it has sat at in the last eight months, which could be enticing to those who believe this is overbought.
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