On H4, the Ether was pulled back to 50% Fibo, and then a new upward move started. Currently, the crypto has reached 61.80% Fibo, and is heading towards 76%, or $179.67. The target, meanwhile, lies at the high of $187.16. The support is at $165.60.
On H1, an ascending channel is being formed. After bouncing off the support, the price is heading towards the resistance at $183.73. In the short term, the ETH may re-test the support at around $169.70.
Donald McIntyre, a crypto enthusiast, says it would be reasonable to merge Ethereum Classic and Ethereum in order to create a powerful and secure blockchain.
Both systems should be integrated one into another, he says, so that one might get a better platform. In McIntyre’s opinion, the strong point of Ethereum is performance and better scalability, while Ethereum Classic has low transaction cost and security. By combining all this, one could get a nearly perfect blockchain.
Besides, the new platform based on two ecosystems could be more competitive and stand ground against EOS and Tezos.
Ethereum Classic has some good potential indeed, but it lacks fundamental drivers on its way through the crypto rating, being just 18th. The ETH, meanwhile, must become more scalable, which would make it more in-demand and competitive.
By Dmitriy Gurkovskiy, Chief Analyst at RoboForex
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