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Uniswap Price Might Be Poised For Rally: DeFi Season On The Way?

Last Updated 7 days ago
Nikola Lazic
Last Updated 7 days ago
By Nikola Lazic
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Unis Key Takeaways

  • Uniswap reaches $4 billion in mobile swaps.
  • UNI price struggles post-peak, but hints at a recovery.
  • Uniswap is poised to integrate Layer 3 assets.

Uniswap has achieved significant milestones in decentralized trading, reaching $4 billion in swaps through its mobile app. This volume, although modest compared to major centralized exchanges, marks a significant contribution to both crypto and DeFi.

Despite this, the price of its UNI token remains below $7. From its March peak of $17, we saw a 65% decrease to a low of $6 on April 13. Since then, UNI has struggled, with its last recover to $8.50 a short-lived one. 

Uniswap To Support Layer 3

A recent hint from Uniswap suggests it may soon support Layer 3 (L3) assets, typically associated with re-staking tokens or assets backed by collateralized ETH. These L3 protocols, still mainly in development, are expected to introduce a new wave of tokenomics and decentralized complexity. 

Uniswap is positioned to integrate these assets, potentially starting with protocols like Layer3XYZ. This aims to consolidate various L3 rewards into a single native token.

Despite the slower pace of the current DeFi season compared to 2021, Uniswap remains a dominant force in the DEX market. It holds more than $5.22 billion in value locked, according to DefiLlama data . It also manages around $1.32 billion daily volumes, with significant activity on the Ethereum-based Uniswap V3.

Uniswap (UNI) Price Analysis 

UNI reached its yearly high of $17 on March 5, rising from a low of $5.60 on January 24. This peak likely marked the conclusion of a five-wave impulse that began on October 19 2023, when UNI was trading at $3.80.

daily chart
UNIUSD Coinbase | Credit: Nikola Lazic/Tradingview

Subsequently, UNI experienced a 62% decline, dropping below its horizontal support to find new support at $6.50 on April 13. During this downturn, the price briefly dipped further. This left a noticeable wick on the daily chart, returning to the level where the last upward movement started.

After hitting the 0.786 Fibonacci retracement level, UNI staged a 26% recovery to $8.3 on April 22. The daily chart’s Relative Strength Index indicated oversold conditions. This suggested a potential price bottom, similar to previous instances at these levels. 

Since April 13, we have seen a bullish divergence, with the price declining while the RSI is going up. This could hint at a potential reversal. Therefore, if April 13 marked the end of UNI’s corrective phase, it could mean the start of a new and potentially more substantial rise. 

However, additional confirmation is needed to support this assumption. The first one will come as a breakout above the descending trendline from April 22 high. 


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