Because of this ‘LINK,’ Chainlink investors could be in for a year-end surprise.

Chainlink’s [LINK] Twitter account has issued a few hopeful updates on its ecosystem, anticipating that it might fuel a price pump in the coming days.

To reinforce its claim, the tweet stated that the blockchain powered over 1,000 Chainlink decentralised oracle networks, which were used to power Web3. As a result, the transaction volume has risen to much than $6 trillion. Furthermore, it was disclosed that Chainlink had delivered over 5 billion data points on-chain.


1/ Over 1,000 #Chainlink decentralized oracle networks have launched to power #Web3.

Enabling 6T+ in transaction volume.

Delivering 5B+ data points on-chain.

Supporting 14+ blockchains and L2s.

— Chainlink (@chainlink) November 19, 2022

Interestingly, a recent testing by RoboVault revealed that Chainlink Automation was significantly more reliable than its alternatives.

Recent testing by @robo_vault revealed #Chainlink Automation to be significantly more reliable than alternatives.

That’s one of many reasons Chainlink Automation has become the industry standard for developers building advanced #DeFi protocols.

— Chainlink (@chainlink) November 19, 2022

All these developments looked quite positive for the blockchain. These developments also reflected on LINK’s chart, as it registered over 2% daily gains. At the time of writing, LINK was trading at $6.21, with a market capitalization of over $3 billion.

The year to end well for LINK? 

LINK painted a bullish picture for the token, as most metrics were in favor of a continued price hike over the days to come. For instance, LINK’s Market Value to Realized Value (MVRV) Ratio registered an uptick. This was a signal that aligned with investors’ interest.

LINK also remained popular in the crypto industry, as its social volume spiked in the last week. Not only that, but LINK was also on the list of cryptoscurrencies that were trending on CoinGecko on 19 November.

Source: Santiment

Furthermore, as per data from CryptoQuant, LINK’s exchange reserve was declining. This could be taken as a positive signal as it indicated a lower selling pressure. LINK’s stochastic was also in an oversold position, further increasing the chances of a northward price movement.

LINK is having its way…

Considering LINK’s price chart given below, Chainlink’s Money Flow Index (MFI) registered a slight uptick, even though it was resting below the neutral mark. The Chaikin Money Flow (CMF) also followed a similar pattern and displayed an upward movement.

However, nothing can be said with utmost certainty as the Exponential Moving Average (EMA) Ribbon revealed that the bear still had an advantage as the 20-day MA was way below the 55-day EMA.

Source: TradingView

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