UNI logged a strong reversal in the running week after crashing by 57 percent in just four days of trading earlier this month.
The UniSwap’s governance token was trading about 30 percent higher from its session low at $3.68. Traders came back to raise their bids for the crypto as its rivals in the decentralized finance space continue to face a market-wide bearish pressure.
So it appears, UNI was among the only DeFi tokens that surged by a double-digit percentage on a 24-hour adjusted timeframe, according to data fetched by Messari.
Chart analyzer Michaël van de Poppe anticipated a “slight trend shift” following the latest UNI rebound. The Netherlands-based analyst added that the token needs to hold $3.75-3.90 as support to ensure an extended upside.
“If so, a higher low is constructed and the price of UNI can continue moving upwards,” he said.
UNI trade setup presented by Michaël van de Poppe. Source: TradingView.com
The token was still trading in its early stage. It, therefore, lacked sufficient evidence of ideal support and resistance targets. Nevertheless, traders expected to return to buying it because of its involvement in the world’s leading decentralized exchange, UniSwap. NewsBTC earlier discussed it here.
Bearish Pressure Sustains
UNI remains an airdrop token–a stimulus-like gift to users from the UniSwap team as they moved from a venture-capitalist funded model to decentralization. As usual, many of the beneficiaries decided to sell the token at whatever rates, causing the trend to flip bearish in the near-term.
About 82,727 addresses are still holding those UNI tokens. Meanwhile, with Bitcoin and Ethereum expecting to head further lowers because of an unfavorable macroeconomic environment, traders with exposure in UNI and other cryptos may want to sell the former to offset their losses.
It is a hypothetical scenario that may…