Ethereum Price Is on Target to Hit $400 in the Near Future

Now that this week’s Bitcoin craze has finally calmed down a bit, most altcoins are mounting a strong comeback. The Ethereum price has certainly been moving up nicely over these past 24 hours, thanks to a 6.49% gain in USD value. With the Ethereum price pushing back toward the US$350 mark, the world’s biggest altcoin is slowly recouping some of the losses sustained earlier this week.

Ethereum Price Heads Back Toward $350

No one can deny the past month has been pretty interesting for Ethereum holders. There have been some good moments and a significant dip as well. More specifically, the Ethereum price dipped to just below US$200 less than a month ago. For a lot of people, this was a clear indication to stock up on some Ether as a way to make profits later on. The people who pursued this option will be quite pleased with how things have been going recently.

Ever since that big dip, the overall trend for Ethereum has been bullish. More specifically, the dip was followed by a rather quick bounce back to US$258, indicating that things would continue to head in the right direction for some time to come. Right now, the Ethereum price is closing in on the US$350 mark, further confirming the upward trend which has been forming for quite some time now.

Whether or not the Ethereum price will reach a new all-time high in the future remains to be seen. If this trend keeps up, there is no reason to think Ethereum won’t be worth US$400 or more before the year is over. Some people expect an Ethereum price of US$1,000 in the near future, although that may be too far of a stretch. After all, that would put the Ethereum market capitalization at over US$95 billion, surpassing Bitcoin in the process.

One thing keeping the Ethereum price momentum going is its trading volume. More specifically, there is over US$869 million in 24-hour trading volume for Ethereum right now, which is a lot higher compared to what we have seen over the past few weeks. It is always good to see the trading volume go up, as it seems all markets are picking up the pace. Most altcoins are noting their highest volume numbers in days, and Ethereum is no exception in this regard whatsoever.

The largest market for Ethereum trading right now is Bithumb. Bitfinex and Coinone complete the top three. It is good to see fiat currency markets dominate trading in this regard, as the first ETH/BTC trading pair on the ranked list comes in fourth place. All other trading markets for Ethereum in the top 12 are fiat-currency related, which means people are either massively buying Ether with fiat or looking to cash out. Only time will tell how this market evolves moving forward.

For the time being, things are looking pretty good for the Ethereum price. Reaching US$350 shouldn’t be too much of an issue for the time being, although markets will always evolve in the direction we least expect them to. With this strong trading volume in place, it is expected the Ethereum price will continue its march toward US$400 for at least the rest of the day. It’s an interesting trend to keep an eye on; that much is certain.

  • Namepicked

    $1000 ETH isn’t a stretch. More business support than Bitcoin has ever had. More innovation. Better devs. More use cases. Newer, better technology. Bitcoin is stagnant and lacking innovation, in the middle of a civil war, and has very toxic devs who are terrible leaders. These are some of the reasons Ethereum got so big in the first place and the certainly haven’t gone away yet.