- Chiliz price is consolidating in anticipation of a volatile bull rally.
- A decisive close above the supply zone that ranges from $0.594 to $0.645 will signal the start of this uptrend.
- The bullish scenario will face extinction if the resistance level at $0.510 is shattered.
Chiliz price has surged exorbitantly since the sell-off witnessed in April. Now, CHZ is coiling up, preparing for blast-off.
Chiliz price eyes higher high
On the 6-hour chart, Chiliz price shows that it is undergoing a correction after rallying nearly 30% since April 28. After bouncing from the support level at $0.519, CHZ looks to breakout out of this consolidation and head higher.
A sudden spike in buying pressure will most likely push Chiliz price toward the supply barrier that stretches from $0.594 to $0.645. This area of resistance has rejected CHZ thrice from surging higher, depleting the sellers present here.
Therefore, if bid orders pile up, the upcoming surge will flip the said zone into support. Under these circumstances, Chiliz price will have a path of resistance to retest a pre-crash level at $0.746.
In total, Chiliz price could potentially surge 35% in the near future.
CHZ/USDT 6-hour chart
On the flip side, if buyers fail to slice through the said zone, another correction might ensue toward the support level at $0.510.
A breakdown of the cluster of 50, 100 and 200 Simple Moving Averages present between $0.517 and $0.495 will invalidate the bullish outlook.
If investors begin to panic sell here, then the demand zone that extends from $0.453 to $0.477 will be tested.
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