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Ether's 200 day EMA and ETHBTC differential

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Looking like a good technical change happening right now with ETH blasting through it's 200 day EMA and no sitting happily above all averages with some good volume going through. Still lagging on the differential though so after this recent BTC rally we may see some good flows back into the runners up. I'd be a buyer of ETH at this time.

Volumes in April back to those highs which we haven't really seen since the beginning of the year.




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