Monero has finally found support above $55 after BTC’s recent fall.
XMR has been gaining increased interest, and this is due to the strong privacy-oriented features.
According to the candlestick chart that’s associated with the XMR/USD pair on tradingview, the price consolidation has not come to an end yet, says the online publication OurBitcoinNews.
“From 30th September onwards, all the peaks tied to the Awesome Oscillator had the green shade, though they are yet to jump over the zero line. This points to the dawn of bullish momentum, but it hasn’t majorly impacted the altcoin till now,” they write.
At the moment of writing this article XMR is trading in the red and the coin is priced at $55.66.
Two Monero event took place the other day
Other than this, it’s been recently reported that during the past month or a bit more than that, the highest value that XMR has been able to record has been $82 and it was believed that if the trend got better, the coin is expected to hit that value all over again.
CryptoNewsz online publication revealed that such a thing would be possible if the privacy-oriented coin can move past $70 in the near future and rise to $75 before the end of October.
Monero is getting ready for a hard fork scheduled for November
In other news, Monero will be updating the network on November 30.
The team of developers at Monero has also set a tentative schedule for code freeze and the release of vo.15, according to the latest reports from a blog post released by the Monero Developer Community.
The crypto market seems to be recovering after the September correction which saw BTC fall below $8,000.