Peercoin, Namecoin Pushing on Support


Both Peercoin and Namecoin are pushing on their respective support levels. For PPC/USD this figure stands around $0.398 while for NMC its around $0.412. As we always say, we’re looking for a ”decisive” break of these levels, not just a quick and shallow spike below.

Peercoin Down by 2.6 Percent

Peercoin is down by 2.6% this week, from $0.417 to $0.406 right now. Earlier in the day we hit a low of $0.404 but we’ve since bounced slightly. The important support around the 40 cents area at $0.398 dollars wasn’t tested this week.


It remains the key level going forward. A clean break below it could start a new short-term trend to the downside. Close-by we find a strong support at $0.385 dollars. A break below here could lead to more gains toward the January lows for Peercoin at $0.353 dollars. The medium-term trend is neutral while the longer-term trend (monthly charts) is down.

On the other end, we’re looking at the $0.479 dollars swing high as a potential trend starter. Above it we have resistance at the round 50 cents level, followed by the $0.544 swing high. Further up we have two more resistance levels at $0.57 and $0.616 dollars per coin.

Namecoin Pushing on Support

Alternative cryptocurrency Namecoin continues to push on support. The level to watch is $0.412 dollars per coin. This week we got as low as $0.417 dollars. On the chart below we can see that every spike higher has been sold into by the bears, slowly pushing the pair back to the support area.


In the short-term technically NMC/USD is still in an uptrend. The medium-term trend for NMC is neutral while the long-term trend is down.

But we’re very close to breaking the current rally and starting a new trend lower if $0.412 gives way. A clean departure from this area could open the door toward the $0.357 swing low. Below here we find more strong support at the double bottom formation near $0.332, followed by the swing low at $0.306 dollars.

On the upside, a break of the $0.479 swing high would restart the bullish momentum. Above here more resistance can be found at the $0.50 round figure followed by the 54 cents level. Further up we have the March high at $0.633 dollars and the November spike high at the devils number of $0.666. Support turns to resistance and the former support at $0.751 dollars may act as a lid on prices, at least temporarily.

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