Ethereum (ETH), the second-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, has regained its bullish momentum and is continuing its bull run. The cryptocurrency has managed to break multiple significant resistance levels since rebounding from the $1,000 area in November 2022, signaling a potential upward trend in the market.

Ethereum is trading just below the $1900 mark, representing uncharted territory since August 2022. Despite breaking its correlation with Bitcoin, the question remains whether Ethereum can continue its upward trend and reach new yearly highs by surpassing the $2,000 milestone.

Will Ethereum Maintain Its Bullish Trend?

According to a recent Twitter post by crypto analyst and trader Ali Martinez, on-chain data reveals a potential breakout above the $1,900 level. According to Martinez, the next critical resistance area for Ethereum is between $2,100 and $2,150.

The number of addresses that bought ETH at $2,100 and $2,150. Source: Ali on Twitter.

In addition, over 200,000 addresses had purchased over 18 million ETH at the $2,100-$2,150 level, as seen in the chart above, making it a crucial resistance area for Ethereum’s price action in the mid-term.

However, if Ethereum can maintain its momentum and surpass this resistance level to establish it as support. In that case, the cryptocurrency is well-positioned to reach new yearly highs and potentially consolidate above the $2,000 mark, further solidifying its upward trend.

2019 Fractal Mirrors Bullish Pattern For ETH

Another interesting trend has emerged in Ethereum’s price action, dating back to its diagonal breakout in 2019. Crypto Analyst under the pseudonym “Woetoe” has identified a blue fractal in ETH’s charts that could offer valuable insights into the cryptocurrency’s future price movements.

Ethereum’s current price action mirrors the 2019 chart. Source: Woetoe on Twitter.

According to Woetoe’s fractal, Ethereum could potentially experience a significant uptrend shortly. This prediction is bolstered by the upcoming Shappella upgrade, represented by the vertical red line, which could further drive Ethereum’s price upwards.

In addition to its recent surge, Ethereum has also seen a high rate of liquidations, with approximately $30 million worth occurring within just 24 hours at the $1,880 level, as Glassnode data shows.

It is now crucial for ETH to maintain its current level as a support and potentially consolidate above the $1,900 mark. However, if Ethereum fails to consolidate at this level, it is likely that a healthy pullback will occur, potentially pushing its price action toward the $1,830 mark.

As of this writing, Ethereum is trading at $1,867, reflecting a gain of more than 2% over the last 24 hours. The cryptocurrency has posted significant gains in wider time frames, with 8.5% and 7% profits in the seven-day and fourteen-day periods, respectively.

ETH’s uptrend on the 1-day chart. Source: ETHUSDT on

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