- Chainlink took a 21% nosedive, but managed to quickly recover.
- Data shows that investors continue to accumulate LINK despite the recent price action.
- If the buying pressure continues increasing, the decentralized oracles token may rise towards $11.
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Chainlink’s uptrend has not been interrupted by the recent crypto market crash. Sidelined LINK investors appear to have bought the dip, which may lead to a further advance.
LINK Investors Buy the Dip
The past ten hours have been dramatic for LINK holders.
This cryptocurrency rose to a high of $8.5 on Aug. 1, but a few hours after the daily close, the crypto market crashed, taking Chainlink down with it. The decentralized oracles token took a 21% nosedive within 30 minutes, dropping to a low of $6.6.
Regardless of the erratic price action, investors appear to have taken advantage of it to accumulate more tokens.
Santiment’s holder distribution chart shows that as prices dropped, the buying pressure behind Chainlink surged substantially. The behavioral analytics firm registered a spike in the number of addresses holding between 1,000 and 10 million LINK.
As sidelined investors entered the market, prices were able to recover quickly. Consequently, LINK rebounded, soaring over 33% to make a higher high of $8.8.
Chainlink Aims for New Yearly Highs
When looking at LINK’s 1-day chart, it seems like its price bounced off the x-axis of a descending triangle. This technical formation is part of a bull flag that has been developing within this time frame since early July.
Although the new levels of volatility around Chainlink could have flushed out weak hands, it might be preparing to continue its uptrend. A further spike in demand for this altcoin may see it rise towards $11.
This target is determined by measuring the height of the flagpole and adding it to the breakout point.