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Wait for a retracement as Near Protocol breaks above key resistance

  • Near Protocol has jumped above the $4.6 resistance level

  • The token is among the top gainers among the top 100 cryptocurrencies

  • RSI reading is at the overbought zone

Near Protocol NEAR/USD has jumped by 16% in the past 24 hours. The bullish sentiment is because of significant interest among investors in the protocol lately. Its trading volumes are up 47% in the past day at $681,243,479.

Near Protocol is a decentralized smart contract network that rivals Ethereum. It differentiates itself with the use of sharding technology to increase transaction throughput. Sharding segments a network infrastructure and lets nodes handle a fraction of it.

Transaction speeds have been a major challenge to the larger blockchain networks. Near Protocol is making a name for itself in space. It is attracting lucrative blockchain projects that are boosting its total value locked. 

One such project is Sweatcoin, a protocol that mints tokens with the steps taken by users. The funds flowing into the project have pushed NEAR Protocol’s TVL to $388 million. A look at the short-term technical outlook affirms a strong bullish momentum in Near Protocol. 

NEAR breaks above key resistance but is currently overbought

Source: TradingView

From the 4-hour technical chart above, NEAR has broken above the $4.6 resistance. The cryptocurrency had failed in the last four attempts to pierce above the level. Further, the 20-day and 50-day moving averages have joined the support.

However, NEAR could be preparing for a short-term retracement. The RSI is at the overbought zone. At 72, the momentum indicator is at the highest level since July 29.

Concluding thoughts

NEAR token is under a strong bullish momentum. The fundamentals around sharding technology and its fast and cheaper transaction speeds boost popularity. Nonetheless, the token could be facing a retracement, with RSI reading currently at the overbought zone. Investors should wait for the retracement before entering a long position.

The post Wait for a retracement as Near Protocol breaks above key resistance appeared first on CoinJournal.

How to tell whether locally running hardhat test suite is running on a transitory or persistent node?

I would like to be able to detect within some of my test code whether the node that my tests are running on is the transitory hardhat node that is created whenever you run hh test, of if its the node that been started in a termanal and used when start the test suit is::Listen

I would like to be able to detect within some of my test code whether the node that my tests are running on is the transitory hardhat node that is created whenever you run hh test, of if its the node that been started in a termanal and used when start the test suit is run with the –network localhost option. (Mainly so I know whether I have to redeploy some base smart contracts which are dependencies of the tests).

I haven’t figured out a way because both the transitory node or a localhost version return the same chain Id (31337) and name: ("unknown").

Is it possible?

Wait for a retracement as Near Protocol breaks above key resistance

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