- YFI price has plummeted from a high of $39,939 on January 9 to a low of $25,250.
- YFI bulls managed to defend a crucial support level at $26,000 and are ready to push the digital asset towards $40,000.
YFI price had a massive 50% breakout on January 7 which got a lot of continuation in the next two days up to $39,939. Unfortunately, the entire market suffered a significant collapse and YFI dropped towards $25,250.
YFI price on its way to $40,000, shows metrics
On the daily chart, the digital asset dropped to a low of $25,250, but the bulls managed to buy half of the dip and defended the crucial 50-SMA support level at $26,000. YFI price is currently trading at $30,700.
YFI/USD daily chart
The In/Out of the Money Around Price (IOMAP) chart indicates that the strongest resistance barrier is located between $32,700 and $33,637. A breakout above this area can quickly drive YFI price towards $40,000 as there seems to be very little resistance ahead.
YFI IOMAP chart
Additionally, it seems that despite the massive 50% price increase in the past month, the number of whales holding between 100 and 1,000 YFI coins ($3,000,000 and $30,000,000) has increased by 10, indicating that large holders are interested in YFI for the long-term.
YFI Holders Distribution chart
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