Altcoin Season: Here’s What Traders Can Expect From ETH, SOL & LINK Price

Cryptocurrency analyst Jacob recently spoke about Ethereum and other related tokens, including Solana and Chainlink. During a discussion, he noted that while Ethereum’s price movement might not be impacted as significantly as Solana’s recent outage, there are still developments in the Ethereum ecosystem worth considering.

On The Paul Barron Network, Jacob first discussed the launch of Ethereum Name Service (ENS), likening it to a domain name service at the domain level. The partnership between ENS and GoDaddy, a prominent internet domain registrar, was seen as a positive development for Ethereum-based tokens.

Regarding Ethereum’s price action, Jacob observed a 3% increase, expressing surprise at the movement. However, he cautioned against getting too excited, stressing the significance of the $2400 level as a key resistance point. He suggested sustaining above this level could pave the way for upward movement.

Moving on to Chainlink, Jacob discussed the potential impact of tokenized assets on the Chainlink network and the recent price movements of the token. He suggested that while Chainlink has seen positive momentum, investors may want to wait for a potential correction before considering entry.

Regarding Solana, Jacob pointed out a recent network outage but noted that the token still managed to maintain positive price momentum. He also lauded the resilience of Solana’s community and suggested that the token’s bullish trend could continue if certain technical indicators hold.

He then shifted the focus to Render, a cloud-computing token. Jacob discussed its strong performance on the weekly chart and suggested it may continue its bullish trend if it holds above key support levels.

Finally, Jacob briefly touched on Nvidia, praising its continued strength amid a strong market performance. He suggested that the stock’s uptrend is likely to continue unless it shows signs of a significant reversal.

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