Solana (SOL) Could Recoup Losses In Last 7 Days – Here’s How

Solana continues to paint its charts in red, registering declines on its intraday, weekly, biweekly, monthly and year-to-date price metrics.

Blocked because of Ad Blocker

It seems that you are using some ad blocking software which is preventing the page from fully loading. Please whitelist this website or disable ad blocking software.

  • Solana loses over 7% of its value over the last seven days
  • SOL’s extended bearish movement will likely pull the asset below $25
  • Solana’s current TVL is less than a billion

The crypto has already lost 89.3% of its November 6, 2021 all-time high (ATH) of $259.96 and is currently trading at $27.81 according to tracking from Coingecko at the time of this writing.

Over the last seven days, the altcoin dropped by 7.4%. On a 14-day period, Solana declined by over 15% as it failed to make any kind of recovery for quite some time now.

As if the cryptocurrency hasn’t suffered enough already, its analysis points indicate it is due for a bearish pull in this extended crypto winter.

Solana Seen Dropping Before Bouncing Back

After Solana fell below the crucial $30 marker, its chart had red candlesticks for three straight days, putting its trajectory into a further decline.

The digital asset’s problems became bigger when it dropped below $28 as its 20 and 50 Exponential Moving Average (EMA) indicated sellers having a huge advantage this time.

Source: TradingView

A piece of good news, however, is that despite having another bearish run, Solana managed to keep its hopes of making a bounce back intact.

A massive downward pull will likely put the altcoin in $26.3 support which will give sellers the opportunity to do their work and deflate SOL’s price further, all the way to $24.

After this, the digital coin is seen to have some breathing room and prepare for an upward price rally which will target the $27 to $29 range.

If Solana manages this, it will recover some of its losses over the last week. Analysts, however, are seeing a slow moving phase for the crypto asset.

Solana’s DeFi Locked Value Plummets To Under A Billion

Solana used to rival some of the more prominent blockchains in terms of its Decentralized Finance (DeFi) total value lock (TVL).

Just last year, the network’s TVL recorded a massive surge as it reached over $10 billion. However, at press time, that value significantly dropped and is at just above $860 million.

Not only did Solana’s TVL dried up, it is in danger of going down even more as the DeFi industry has lost a  lot of its momentum.

It would appear not many people are willing to gamble and take risks in a market that is under a bearish streak.

If this continues, SOL will likely end-up falling below the $25 marker and will lose any chance of triggering a bullish rally on the way to hitting another all-time high.

SOL total market cap at $9.9 billion on the weekend chart | Featured image from Analytics Insight, Chart:

Disclaimer: The analysis represents the author's personal views and should not be construed as investment advice.

The post Solana (SOL) Could Recoup Losses In Last 7 Days – Here’s How appeared first on BitcoinLinux.