- Sushi continued its uptrend with an over 2% increase.
- The Funding Rate also remained positive at press time.
SushiSwap [SUSHI] has experienced a significant increase in price, making it one of the winners in the current market. Are derivative traders also sharing this bullish sentiment due to the price uptrend?
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SushiSwap spikes by over 80%
SushiSwap stands out as one of the leading beneficiaries in the current bull market for altcoins. This bullish trend is partly due to the recent uptick in Bitcoin’s [BTC] value over the past few weeks.
As Bitcoin maintained a price above $34,000, its profits have flowed into these altcoins. Additionally, according to a Santiment report, it has witnessed an impressive 82% increase in value over the past week.
Analyzing SUSHI’s trend
On the daily timeframe chart, a significant portion of SushiSwap’s remarkable 80% value rise occurred during a single trade. The trade accounted for 47.80% of that increase on 1 November.
After that, the asset experienced a slight drop of more than 8% in the following trading session. However, it still held within the new price range. At the time of this writing, it was trading at around $1.0, with a 2% increase in value.
Furthermore, the Relative Strength Index (RSI) suggested the potential for a price correction in the near future. The RSI had risen above 80, signaling that the asset was overbought and in a bullish trend at the time of writing.
Additionally, the declining trading volume indicated that a price retracement might happen soon.
Derivative traders bank on price increase
An examination of the funding rate on Coinglass indicates that derivative market traders also exhibited a positive outlook on prices. The SushiSwap funding rate surged to its highest level in several months, reaching around 0.2%.
Subsequently, it gradually declined but remained in positive territory, standing at around 0.01% at the time of this report.
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Moreover, the liquidation chart revealed that the price spike led to an increase in liquidations. At press time, there was only a minor disparity between short and long liquidations.
Short liquidations amounted to approximately $213,000, while long liquidations stood at around $218,000.