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Tron Gets Five Fiat Pairs Amid 260% Volume Boost; TRX Price Waiting to Move

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Tron (TRX) just got five new fiat trading pairs, gaining exposure to currencies across four separate continents.

With Wednesday’s addition to Indacoin – a cryptocurrency exchange founded in London and operated worldwide, TRX gains access to Australian and Russian markets, while further consolidating its links with the major Western currencies.

Despite 10% growth over the past seven days, TRX holders may be wondering why Tron failed to be included in the recent altcoin surge. That 10% pales in comparison to the 15-20% spikes experienced by XRP (XRP), Stellar (XLM) and Cardano (ADA), while Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is the obvious outlier (and perhaps catalyst?) with 50% growth in the past week.

TRX Added to Indacoin

According to Wednesday’s press release on the Tron Foundation Medium blog, TRX will now find itself paired with five fiat currencies:

“TRON public chain Mainnet asset — TRX is now available on cryptocurrency exchange Indacoin. Tron (TRX) can be purchased in USD, EUR, GBP, AUD, and RUB. Visa and Mastercard are accepted but the cards have to support 3d Secure function.”

Indacoin isn’t listed on CoinMarketCap. According to official documentation it sets itself up as an anti-fraud platform, and assigns users a reliability score based on over thirty separate factors. According to the Medium post:

“Indacoin is an exchange built on the basis of the anti-fraud platform. It uses a cutting-edge technology to detect and prevent fraudulent attempts to purchase digital coins with banking cards. The system analyzes more than 30 different factors for client evaluation to make the most accurate client scores.”

Mobile apps are available for iOS and Android which facilitate the purchase of cryptocurrencies using a debit or credit card. Funds can also be converted back to fiat and sent straight back to the bank card if desired.

TRX/USD…TRX/TEN?

Despite TRX’s relative lack of upward price movement over the past seven days, the coin’s trade volume has only continued to rise. From the $50 million daily total recorded seven days ago, TRX is now grinding through $180 million worth of trades – the highest sum in almost a month.

Interestingly enough, over 40% of those trades have come from one small token exchange – Tokenomy, via the TRX/TEN pair. Of the $110 million worth of trades on Tokenomy, TRX currently makes up 65% of it.

Tokenomy launched in Q1 of 2018, and its ‘TEN’ ERC-20-based token is ranked near the 160th spot by market cap. Has there been another example of a major coin being so heavily traded against a single small-cap utility token?

Regardless, the TRX price is in the red as of Wednesday morning, despite those extravagant spikes which seem to be a result of CMC’s data being updated.

However with its trade volume building quietly, and more announcements coming out of Tron HQ (did you know they just released a Tron clothing line?), TRX might catch up with the altcoin surge before long.

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XRP Price Analysis: Deadly Daily Close Below Vital Support

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  • XRP/USD was moving within a pennant pattern for 10 weeks, but the bears have forced a daily closure below.
  • Eyes are on a retest of the mentioned structure; a failure to breach back above could be punishing.

XRP/USD has closed in the red firmly over the past two consecutive sessions. However, generally in comparison to its peers, it has held ground well. This being the case within the large bear market currently being observed for cryptocurrencies. The downside pressure seems to have finally taken its toll on XRP bulls. XRP/USD saw a daily candle closure below a key supporting trend line.

XRP/USD daily chart

Broken Pennant Pattern

Price action had been moving within a pennant pattern structure, since the 21st September. This came after the excessive upside movements that were seen. XRP/USD at the time had aggressively spiked up towards $0.8000, before quickly retracing back south. As a result of these big moves, the price went into consolidation mode, forming a pennant.

The bulls attempted a breakout to the upside form the pattern on 30th September and then again on 6th November. Rejection was served to those attempts. Market bears, on the other hand, worked their line of support on several occasions in October and November. No doubt that this consistent testing of this area caused an eventual break to the downside, as has been seen.

On the daily closure of 20th November, the price finished the session below the lower supporting trend line of the pennant. This leaves the odds stacked heavily in the bears favor. Eyes will now be on a potential retest of the structure above. Such a move, as playing to the textbook, could invite again some heavy selling pressure from the bears.

Support Levels

Looking to the downside, just underneath the mentioned technical pattern, there is a strong touted demand zone. Between the months of October and November, this area has proven to be of assistance. The last legs of this would be around the psychological $0.4000 mark down to $0.3850. A breakout to the downside from this could be extremely punishing.

The next major area of support, after the above-mentioned region, is seen deep south. There isn’t much in the way of support, until down at the $0.3000-0.2500 range. XRP/USD was last seen trading here on 18th September. An area that was clearly very attractive for buyers, seeing a large push to the upside from this territory.

Resistance Levels

In terms of upside resistance, as mentioned earlier, this should now be noted underneath the breached pennant pattern. A retest would likely to the $0.4800 come into force. Should odds be defied and the bulls earn a break above, the upper trend line of the pennant would likely be tested, tracking around $0.5300.

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Zcash Price Analysis: ZEC/USD Flood Gates Open After Breakout and Retest from Pennant

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  • ZEC/USD licking its wounds with deep double-digit losses as the market continues to take a beating.
  • Next major areas of support are eyed at currently levels around $89.50 and then $75.

Zcash has been under chunky selling pressure, no thanks to the larger weakness seen across the broader crypto market. The ZEC/USD exchange rate is nursing deep losses, running at two consecutive sessions firmly in the red. At the time of writing, the price has dropped over 25% in the last two sessions. This extended downside comes after a breach and retest from a pennant pattern.

ZEC/USD daily chart

ZEC/USD had moved within the above-mentioned technical set up since 12th September. The formation of this set up took shape following a deep market sell-off from the back-end of July to mid-September. Price behavior was very much consolidation mode, forming this pennant. Playing out to the textbook, a breakout from the set up was seen.

Further on the above, the firm daily breach came on the 14th November. The few daily sessions that followed this were within consolidation mode. Subtle retests underneath the broken pennant were seen. The Monday session saw the extension further south after the brief retest period. The bears smashed through the big psychological $100 mark, leading prices to the downside.

As a result of the above price developments, ZEC/USD selling pressure has forced a move on the current daily candlestick below a vital demand area. While the $105 – 95 range has proven to see buyers sweep in, sellers are proving to be too much to handle. This area previously served as a strong safety net, on 12th September, where decent buying came into play.

Support Levels

ZEC/USD weekly chart

Viewing the weekly chart, the bears are currently testing the lowest levels seen since May 2017 to the downside. This is seen just below the $90 level. Looking further south, the next major downside target is seen at the $75 area. This is a weekly support level, which was last in play back in April 2017, when the price started to pick up bull momentum.

A breach of the above-mentioned areas could be catastrophic. Eyes would then be on ZEC/USD potentially free-falling a further 50%, down within $40. This would be the next major consolidation area that could provide some firmer footing. The price last traded here in March 2017. This would be the very extreme scenario but cannot be ruled out.

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Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: BCH/USD Hard Flops as Price Moves Within the Abyss

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  • Bitcoin Cash price falls into uncharted territory, struggling to find a bottom.
  • Weekly chart still points to further downside, RSI not within oversold territory as of yet.

The Bitcoin Cash price remains heavily on the back foot, the standout under-performer across the major altcoins. BCH/USD is currently running at three consecutive sessions of losses. The streak could have been much longer, however the price was given a breather ahead of a pick up in downside intensity. In the past two weeks, BCH/USD has dropped over 60%.

As covered in an article earlier in the month, BCH/USD failed to break down a key area of supply. This was seen within the $650 territory; the price had faltered here in early September. It was forced back down to the south, to then retreat at some neckline support, $410.

BCH/USD daily chart

The most recent occurrence within the above-mentioned supply zone was seen between 6-8 November. Heavy sellers piled in, forcing the price initially down to the neckline support, $410. Between the 15-19th November, BCH/USD had breached, retested and consolidated around this area, before a resumption of further bloodshed.

Downside Targets

Looking via the weekly chart, the BCH/USD exchange rate demonstrates that the price is literally falling into the abyss. This fall is very much uncharted territory, so the bears are free to drive this a far south as it needs to be taken. In terms of the RSI, this indicates that there is still some room for this to be driven lower. It has not quite reached oversold territory yet.

BCH/BTC weekly chart

When observing BCH/BTC, at the time of writing the price is testing the previous session’s low. This area is significant as it provided much needed support in October 2017. A break here and close below 0.04775 could be punishing. This again is movement into an unknown realm of price action, so it remains unclear where the bottom will be at this time.

Upside Targets

In terms of upside barriers, given the recent price action, new areas of resistance have been formed. Firstly, around the $370 level, as this was the former acting support during the consolidation between 15-18th November. Furthermore, eyes would then be on a retest of the breached neckline former support, $410. Lastly, should both these areas be conquered again, the supply from $600-650 would be next up.

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