Litecoin rallied to a three-week high on Nov. 22, despite the global cryptocurrency market cap mostly residing in the red. As of writing, the crypto market is down 1.11%, however, litecoin is up by over 12%. Another notable gainer has been chainlink, which rose for a second straight session.
Litecoin (LTC) was a big mover on Tuesday, as the token rose by as much as 12% earlier in the session.
Following a low of $60.04 to start the week, LTC/USD raced to an intraday peak of $68.36 today.
The surge in price sent the token to its highest level since November 7, when price was at $73.00.
Looking at the chart, today’s rally also comes as LTC moved past a key resistance point of $64.50.
In addition to this, the 14-day relative strength index (RSI) broke out of a ceiling of its own at 61.00, and is currently tracking at 62.01.
Bulls will likely look to maintain this current momentum, with a target of $70.00 a potential exit point.
Chainlink (LINK) was another notable mover in today’s session, with prices moving higher for a second straight session.
LINK/USD moved to a peak of $6.29 earlier in the day, which comes less than 24 hours after residing at a low of $5.58.
The move saw the token continue to move away from a recent floor of $5.85, on its way to a five-day high.
As of writing, LINK is trading over 7% higher, with bullish momentum gaining, following a breakout of a key ceiling on the RSI indicator.
The index is currently tracking at 45.31, which is marginally above the aforementioned ceiling of 44.00.
Traders now seem to be targeting a ceiling of $6.50, a level that hasn’t been hit since November 16.
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