XRP price sustained above the $0.60 mark, early on Tuesday. The altcoin is in an uptrend, amidst rising capital inflow from institutional investors to XRP funds. Over the past three weeks, large wallet investors have distributed their XRP token holdings, and retail traders have scooped up the altcoin, supporting a bullish thesis.
Weekly crypto fund inflows by asset, as seen in CoinShares report
XRP token accumulation by retail, distribution by whales
MVRV Ratio (30 days) and price
XRP price is in an uptrend in November 2023. The altcoin is on track to extend its gains, with the recent developments in the altcoin. XRP price eyes the 50% retracement level of the decline from the July 13 top of $0.93 to Aug 17 low of $0.42.
XRP price is likely to rally to the $0.68 mark, over 10% gains from the current level. The altcoin could find support at the 50-day Exponential Moving Average (EMA) at $0.59, in the event of a decline.
XRP/USDT 1-day chart
A close below the 50-day EMA could invalidate the bullish thesis for the asset and suggest further correction in XRP price.
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