Ethereum price rebounds despite losing 20% since the start of April

Posted: 20 April 2022 3:31 am
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Pundits see Ethereum scaling down to a relative low of $2,700 over the coming few days.

  • It is estimated that a sizable 3.3 million ETH will be burned annually after the network makes its highly anticipated transition to a proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus mechanism.
  • The Cardano network has seen an influx of 100,000 new wallet addresses over the last 30 days alone.
  • A number of KuCoin-backed firms have come together to launch a Web3-centric developer fund worth approximately $100 million.

Ethereum (ETH) has wiped out its weekly losses after gaining some positive financial momentum over the last 48-hour stretch. At press time, ETH is trading at $3,148.

ETH’s value has dipped by a whopping 20% over the last 21 days, hitting a relative low of $2,900 on April 10. Technically speaking, the altcoin’s fundamentals suggest that a larger drop may occur over the coming few days, potentially seeing the asset drop to $2,600.

However, there are also those individuals confident of a trend reversal. For example, popular crypto investor Lark Davis noted that with Ethereum’s supply growth to reduce by -2.8% post its upcoming PoS upgrade, approximately 3.3 million ETH will be burned per year, resulting in its value rising in the near- to mid-term.

Davis further noted that by the end of the decade, Ethereum’s total circulation pool will dip to under 100 million. “Or put another way, we will burn the equivalent of all ETH currently sitting on exchanges,” he opined.

Seeking Alpha analyst Kennan Mell shares a similar opinion. He believes that Ethereum’s proposed network upgrades will most likely have a positive influence on investors, especially those waiting on the sidelines to accrue the asset from a long-term savings perspective.

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Cardano adoption skyrockets over the past month

Despite the bearish market factors driving the crypto market at the moment, blockchain activity on the Cardano (ADA) network is increasing rapidly, with a total of 400 new projects reportedly in the works. Since March 15, the ecosystem has seen an influx of 100,000 new wallets.

In all, there are now approximately 900 blockchain platforms that are being actively developed on the Cardano network. However, despite these growing numbers, ADA’s recent price action has remained relatively lackluster, with the digital currency currently down 20% over the last 14 days.

KuCoin-backed firms deploy a $100 million Web3 developer fund

Prominent digital asset trading platform KuCoin revealed that its venture capital and non-fungible token (NFT) wings have just launched a new creator’s fund that will provide financial support for a range of NFT projects operating within the realm of art, sports and GameFi. The fund will also assist with projects operating within the domain of Web3 development.

Interested in cryptocurrency? Learn more about the basics with our beginner’s guide to Bitcoin, dive deeper by learning about Ethereum and see what blockchain can do with our simple guide to DeFi.

Disclosure: The author owns a range of cryptocurrencies at the time of writing.

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