- LINK had the highest Galaxy Score
- Interest from the whales also increased
Chainlink’s [LINK] price action recently aligned with investors’ interest as its price registered a 10% increase in the last 24 hours.
At the time of this writing, LINK was trading at $6.54, with a market capitalization of more than $3.3 billion. Interestingly, a few of the new updates that have surfaced indicate that things might soon get even better, as they hint at a further price hike. For instance, LINK was on the list of cryptos that had the highest Galaxy Score, which is a major bullish signal.
� Current top 10 coins by AltRank with leading social and market activity.https://t.co/D2DJOfaqti
— LunarCrush (@LunarCrush) November 23, 2022
Chainlink’s popularity was rising
Furthermore, LINK’s ecosystem was also heated on the social front. According to LunarCrush, there was a spike in social contributors followed by increasing social engagement. Thus, reflecting the increased popularity of the token in the crypto community.
Some quality #Chainlink content out there today. There was a spike in social contributors followed by increasing social engagement, meaning influential accounts are liking, sharing, quoting, retweeting, and/or commenting on $LINK posts.
— LunarCrush (@LunarCrush) November 22, 2022
LINK also managed to gain interest from the whales, which was good news as it indicated that the major players in the market had confidence in the token.
As per WhaleStats, a popular Twitter handle that posts updates about whale activity, it was recently shared that LINK was among the top cryptos that the top 5000 Ethereum whales were holding.
� The top 5000 #ETH whales are hodling
— WhaleStats (tracking crypto whales) (@WhaleStats) November 23, 2022
What metrics have to say
LINK’s on-chain metrics also looked optimistic, as they too suggested a possible continued uptrend over the days to follow.
The transfer volume also witnessed growth over the last 24 hours, which was yet again a positive signal. Interestingly, according to Santimnet’s chart, LINK’s volume skyrocketed over the last few days, further increasing the chances of an uptick.
Nonetheless, a few of the metrics were not in support of LINK, which might cause trouble. For instance, LINK’s MVRV Ratio was lower compared to last week, which is a bearish signal.
The growth of the LINK network also took a sideway path. And, the network’s exchange reserve was increasing, suggesting higher selling pressure.