According to IntoTheBlock data shared by cryptoanalyst Ali Martinez, Dogecoin sits on formidable support at $0.068, where 78,250 addresses purchased nearly 44 billion DOGE. If this support holds, according to the analysis, Dogecoin might rally to $0.08, which marks nearly a 14% increase from current prices.
Transaction history shows that #Dogecoin built important support at $0.068, where 78.25K addresses purchased nearly 44 billion $DOGE.— Ali Martinez (@ali_charts) July 29, 2022
If this level continues to hold, $DOGE will have a good chance of rising to $0.080 as @intotheblock's IOMAP shows little to no resistance ahead. pic.twitter.com/Jf2JyaqmFg
At the time of publication, Dogecoin was dabbling in support at the $0.068 level where it presently trades. Following a rebound from lows of $0.060 on July 26, Dogecoin posted three consecutive days of gains to reach intraday highs of $0.072 on July 29. Despite trimming some gains, Dogecoin is up nearly 3% in the past 24 hours.
However, the trend remains one of consolidation as the daily RSI is still hovering around the neutral 50-point level. To resuscitate it for an uptrend, buyers might have to push the price above the barrier at $0.073 and then $0.076. However, bulls must hold the $0.06 level as support to prevent a fall toward $0.057 and $0.05.
#Dogecoin price dropped ~15% in the last 2 months, from $0.082 to $0.068. Meanwhile, the # of new daily $DOGE addresses surged by 265%, from 14.47K to 38.43K new addresses per day.— Ali Martinez (@ali_charts) July 29, 2022
The increasing network growth is a positive sign, which could soon be reflected in #DOGE price. pic.twitter.com/8gwceJVARw
The crypto analyst also reported that the new Dogecoin addresses created daily have surged by 265%, increasing from 14,470 to 38,430 new addresses per day. "The increasing network growth is a positive sign, which could soon be reflected in DOGE price," the analyst wrote.
Although an increase in holders may not have an immediate impact on the price, it may signify interest in an asset over time and, therefore, remains a positive sign.
Dogecoin community issues alert
The Dogecoin community has issued an alert on scammy knockoffs, claiming to be associated with Dogecoin and its Dogechain.info explorer.
Popular Dogecoin-focused Twitter account Mishaboar sounded this awareness while warning Dogecoin users to stay alert.
NOTE: This "Dogechain" thing has nothing to do with the good old https://t.co/2xY4sDuQzY explorer.— Mishaboar (@mishaboar) July 28, 2022
In fact, it is hijacking the reputation of a well known service, making this even more confusing to the distracted shibe. #Dogecoin
On its official Twitter handle, Dogecoin states: "There have been many tokens over the past nine years that have quickly come and gone. 1 Dogecoin = 1 Dogecoin, and there is only one Dogecoin, which is its own blockchain, and not directly associated with any tokens. Beware of imposters."