Cardano (ADA) has recently come into the spotlight due to some significant developments.

According to crypto trading analyst Ali Martinez, Cardano whales have been actively reshuffling their holdings, either selling or redistributing approximately 1.02 billion ADA tokens in just one week, amounting to a staggering $265 million.

This notable activity has raised questions within the ADA community and the broader crypto market, prompting a closer examination of its current state, particularly in the context of its support and resistance levels.

ADA chart analysis

At the time of writing, Cardano is trading at $0.257874, reflecting a modest 0.58% gain for the day and a 0.63% increase over the week. While these gains are relatively small, they take on greater significance when considered in conjunction with ADA’s support and resistance levels.

ADA currently has a support level at $0.24346, indicating a price point where buying interest has historically been strong. Conversely, there is a resistance level at $0.27007, signifying a point at which selling pressure tends to increase.

Cardano 1-day price chart. Source: Finbold

A key technical indicator that investors are closely monitoring is Cardano’s position relative to its 200-day simple moving average (SMA). Currently, ADA is trading below this critical level, suggesting that bears may still have the upper hand. This precarious positioning is causing concern among market participants, especially given the recent whale activity.

ADA performance

However, it’s important to recognize that ADA’s recent performance has been less than stellar. Over the past year, ADA has experienced a significant decline of 46%, making it one of the cryptocurrencies struggling to keep pace with the overall market’s bullish momentum.

In the realm of digital assets, Cardano’s underperformance becomes even more pronounced. Over the last year, ADA has lagged behind 73% of the top 100 cryptocurrencies. Moreover, it has been overshadowed by the giants of the crypto world, Bitcoin and Ethereum, further highlighting the challenges it faces.

Furthermore, Cardano’s recent price action is cause for alarm, with only 12 out of the last 30 days showing gains. This means that the cryptocurrency has registered green candles on just 40% of the trading days, underscoring the bearish sentiment that has gripped the market.

Lastly, it’s essential to acknowledge that ADA is down a staggering 92% from its all-time high, highlighting the magnitude of the challenge it faces in regaining lost ground.

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