Theta network was trading at its highest point in three months on Friday, as prices broke out of a key resistance level. Today’s move comes as crypto markets were mostly higher in the session, climbing 2.86% as of writing. Near protocol rose by 17%, also recording multi-month highs.
Theta Network (THETA)
Theta network (THETA) was one of Friday’s notable gainers, as prices rose by nearly 16% in today’s session.
Friday’s surge saw the token hit an intraday high of $1.65, which comes less than 24 hours after trading at a low of $1.37.
Today’s rally sees THETA/USD climb to its highest point since May 11, when price was at a peak of $1.84.
Looking at the chart, the move came as THETA broke out of its key resistance level at $1.57, which is two days removed from its last attempt to move past this hurdle.
This comes as the relative strength index (RSI) also moved past a ceiling of its own at 62, and as of writing, it is tracking at 65.30.
This is the highest point price strength has hit since April, and comes as THETA has entered overbought territory.
Bears could look to reenter the market in upcoming sessions as a result of this.
Near Protocol (NEAR)
Near protocol (NEAR) was trading even higher than THETA on Friday, with the token climbing by as much as 17%.
Following a low of $4.33 on Thursday, NEAR/USD raced to a peak of $5.19 earlier in today’s session.
Like THETA, this high came as near protocol broke out of its long-term resistance level of $4.80.
This ceiling was held since June 10, which was the beginning of a five-day bearish streak that pushed price to a low of $3.11.
Since rebounding from those declines, the 14-day RSI has gone from a low of 36.51 on June 14, to now tracking at 68.
As a result of this, prices are now overbought, although bulls appear keen to move even higher, as they target a ceiling of $5.55.
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