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Cardano Price Falls To $0.45 For The Third Time Since Mid-April –Will ADA Hold This Time?

Last Updated May 7, 2024 12:19 PM
Nikola Lazic
Last Updated May 7, 2024 12:19 PM
By Nikola Lazic
Verified by Peter Henn

Key Takeaways

  • Cardano has revisited the critical $0.45 support level.
  • On-chain data shows more support at $0.44 than resistance at $0.48.
  • RSI suggests consolidation before potential uptrend or continuation of downtrend.

On April 13, the price of Cardano fell to a low of $0.40 from $0.60 only two days prior,. This was a continuation of a downtrend from March 11, when it reached a high of $0.80. Since then, it has stabilized, making small recoveries in between falls. 

On April 23, ADA went above $0.50 but fell to $0.43 by May 1. Its next upturn ended at $0.46 and is now back at $0.45 for the third time since its April low. Does this suggest Cardano doesn’t have the strength for a larger recovery, or is ADA still consolidating before a major move? 

Cardano (ADA) On-Chain Data 

Most Cardano investors are out of money , with 58.82% or 2.63 million addresses, while 34.75% are in the money. That leaves 6.43% breaking even, hinting at the potential market indecision as a cluster is being formed at the current price. 

Cardano In/Out Of Money Graph
Cardano In/Out Of Money Graph | Source: IntoTheBlock

However, as the chart above shows, a bigger cluster below $0.44 than at $0.48 suggests ADA has more support than resistance. Regarding the addresses stats , the network activity mimics the price action. 

Cardano Addresses
Cardano Addresses | Source: IntoTheBlock

The number of active addresses went from a high of 71,270 on March 6 to a low of 25,000 on April 28. It has risen since its last low and is slightly above 31,000 today, May 7. 

Cardano Transactions
Cardano Transactions | Source: IntoTheBlock

Transactions  have also declined across all cohorts, indicating diminishing network activity. In addition, the most notable metric is a 43.59% decrease within a $1m – $10m cohort. 

Cardano (ADA) Price Analysis 

The price of Cardano is in a major downtrend from its March 14 peak of $0.80. On April 13, it fell to a low of $0.40 but only briefly, quickly snapping back above $0.44. A recovery followed, with a high of $0.53 on April 23, finding resistance at the descending trendline anchored at the March 14 peak. 

Cardano price chaer
ADA/USD Binance | Credit: Nikola Lazic/TradingView

On the subsequent downturn, it retested the $0.42 area for support and made a slight upturn but with low momentum. Now, it is worth $0.45. It went above the descending trendline, potentially signaling the beginning of a new bull phase. 

ADA is now retesting the 0.618 Fibonacci retracement level. With the daily chart RSI hovering slightly above the oversold level, we could see a period of consolidation before the next upward trend.

But as the price is currently on a downtrend, if the sellers’ pressure intensifies a breakout below $0.40 would mean ADA still hasn’t finished its major downtrend.


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