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Chainlink (LINK) Just Rocketed Past $7: What Analysts Are Saying

Despite Bitcoin continuing to flatline in the low-$9,000s, Chainlink (LINK) has continued its upward ascent.

The leading altcoin just surged past $7.00 for the first time ever just minutes ago, doubling its 2018 high.

The Ethereum-based token has seen an influx of buying volume off major platforms. This buying volume has been important as prior to the move above $7.00, there was extremely heavy order book resistance, as noted by a cryptocurrency trader.

Chart of LINK's price action over the past three months from TradingView.com

This latest leg higher means the asset is up by nearly 400% since the March capitulation lowers under $2.00.

What Analysts Are Saying About LINK’s Move Past $7.00

Twitter is currently ablaze with discussion about Chainlink. Analysts, unsurprisingly, are weighing in.

Michael van de Poppe, a cryptocurrency trader, has suggested that LINK is potentially in a “take profit” zone.

Van de Poppe thinks this is the case because $7.22 is the 1.618 Fibonacci Retracement of the previous all-time high established in June. $7.06 is also the 2.618 Fibonacci Retracement of the April highs around $3.65.

Analysis of LINK's price action shared by trader Michael Van De Poppe (@CryptoMichNL on Twitter). Chart from TradingView.com

Another trader echoed van de Poppe’s sentiment, noting that LINK could reverse in the current range, citing his technical analysis.

Mainstream Adoption of Chainlink

Behind LINK’s move seems to be a strong uptick in the adoption of Chainlink and LINK.

Just recently, Kris Humphries, a former player for the Dallas Mavericks, Atlanta Hawks, Toronto Raptors, and a handful of other NBA teams, wrote:

“Since my first tweet about #ChainLink on Apr 7, 45+ additional partnerships have been announced, reference data increased from 29 to 31, and price increased by 145%. This is a long-term play, still these short-term wins are impressive.” Since my first tweet about #Chai...
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