- XRP price is poised for a significant rebound after the TD Sequential indicator presented two buy signals.
- The digital asset faces only one crucial resistance level on its way up.
- The number of large holders continues to steadily increase.
XRP price had a massive sell-off in the past four days, losing 41% of its value. However, the digital asset has experienced a significant rebound from a key support level and aims to regain its previous uptrend.
XRP price ready for a massive bounce
Ripple had a significant sell-off in the past four days but managed to recover in the last 24 hours. The digital asset seems ready to resume its previous uptrend with several indicators in its favor.
The TD Sequential indicator has just presented a buy signal on the 12-hour chart and another one on the 9-hour chart in the form of a red ‘9’ candlestick.
XRP/USD Buy Signals
On the 4-hour chart, XRP bulls defended the 100 SMA support level and need to push the digital asset above the 50 SMA resistance at $1.56, which coincides with the 50% Fibonacci level. A breakout above this point can quickly drive XRP price toward $1.66 and $1.77.
XRP 4-hour chart
There is significant buying pressure in favor of XRP as the number of large holders with 100,000 to 1,000,000 coins has increased by 150 this month.
XRP Supply Distribution
However, if bears can keep XRP below the key resistance level at $1.56, the digital asset could easily fall toward the 100 four-hour SMA again at $1.23 and as low as $1.16.
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