- Cardano and Solana are having a duel for the 7th spot in terms of market cap.
- ADA is currently leading as its $0.8 support proved adamant.
- SOL may attract investors due to its almost-oversold state.
Cardano (ADA) and Solana (SOL) are having a tussle over which coin will prevail in terms of market capitalization. In the short term, ADA appears to be winning over SOL with a market capitalization of $29.9 billion. Meanwhile, SOL price is hot on the heels with a market cap of $29 billion.
As seen on the above chart, ADA price was able to escape from the bears at $0.8. This is the first time that ADA touched the $0.8 territory after almost one year. Traders and investors were quick at rescuing ADA from bear territory, helping it recover into the $0.9 range. However, ADA still has to retake its 15% loss in the last 7 days.
However, ADA supporters cannot rest because the battle back to $1 is far from over. The possibility of a pullback is still at play, and if ADA loses firepower soon, it may return to the claws of the bears.
On the other hand, SOL price appears to have hit a brick roof at $93, causing a rejected attempt back to the $100 zone. The psychological resistance is right near the 50-day Simple Moving Average (SMA).
If Solana supporters generate enough trading volume, it might attract the attention of traders. At the moment, it is possible due to its near-oversold state, as revealed by its Relative Strength Index (RSI) of 36.
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