- Cardano price could rally on its listing on Europe’s largest crypto exchange later this week.
- New developments and updates on the third-generation blockchain are expected to be revealed on November 25.
- Cardano price prints a bullish formation which could see ADA rally toward $2.90
Cardano price is anticipating two major events that could see the token rally toward $3 and even higher toward its all-time high. The Ethereum-killer is set to be listed on Europe’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, and the ADA community is expecting news and updates on the protocol later this week.
Cardano price awaits bulls’ power move
Cardano price has failed to galvanize investors' enthusiasm as it continues to trend lower. However, ADA is expected to be listed on Bitstamp, Europe’s biggest cryptocurrency exchange by trading volume, on November 24. The digital asset platform announced that deposits and withdrawals would be open on November 23, but full trading would commence the day after.
With the listing of ADA on Bitstamp, enabling the exchange’s users access to the Ethereum-killer, the bulls may be incentivized to propel Cardano price higher.
Later this week, on November 25, Input Output, the development team behind the Cardano blockchain, will be hosting the Cardano 360 November edition, where key developments, updates and news will be announced. The core team behind the protocol, as well as guests across the ecosystem, will share updates on the third-generation blockchain.
In addition to the two upcoming major events for Cardano, the Ethereum-killer has formed a falling wedge pattern on the daily chart, suggesting a bullish outlook for ADA.
The optimistic chart pattern suggests a 35% rally for Cardano price toward $2.90 if it manages to slice above the upper boundary of the technical pattern. Additional buying pressure could even see ADA challenge its all-time high at $3.09.
However, Cardano price continues to hover around the lower boundary of the falling wedge which acts as support for ADA at $1.74. The Ethereum-killer must close above this level for a recovery to occur.
The first hurdle for Cardano price appears to be at the 200-day Simple Moving Average (SMA) at $1.88, then at the November 20 high at $1.95. Additional resistance will emerge at the 21-day SMA at 1.98, then at the 50-day SMA at $2.07.
ADA/USDT daily chart
If Cardano price manages to tag the upper boundary of the falling wedge, coinciding with the November 11 high at $2.14, the bullish target of a 35% ascent toward $2.90 could then be on the radar.
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