After testing the waters above $250 on 11th June 11:00 UTC, Ethereum faced a drastic turn of events, that might not have appeased its proponents. In a period of 14-hours, Ethereum’s valuation dropped all the way down to $225 from $251.
The estimated depreciation was close to 10 percent, which is its largest pullback in June. Due to an established presence of buying pressure, the token was able to rally back above $230, and its current valuation stood at $235.
There are a couple of things that are imperative to Ethereum’s movement over the next 24-48 hours. Firstly, the 10 percent depreciation suffered yesterday was Ethereum’s first breach below support $233 in June. The largest altcoin has been able to deal with short-term adversity in the month, as a bearish breakout from a symmetrical triangle also did not shave much of Ethereum’s value.
Now, for a majority of the month, Ethereum has exhibited navigation above the $240 mark (bullish trading zone) but the recent collapse led to ETH plummeting all the way down to $225. Now, the lower range position was extremely short-lived as the bulls were able to drive the price back above $235 at press time.
For Ethereum to maintain its bullish propagation, a breach above $240 within the next 24-hours is highly essential. Considering the asset is able to surge above the immediate resistance, it would be fair to say Ethereum’s bullish momentum escaped the short-term onslaught.