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The crypto market witnessed two major events in 2022- the Ethereum Merge and Cardano’s Vasil Hardfork. On September 15, Ethereum successfully completed its merge which transformed the network from proof-of-work (PoW) to proof-of-stake (PoS). Now, all eyes are on Cardano’s upgrade which is focused on sustainability.
Meanwhile, a well-known crypto analyst and trader is of the opinion that Cardano’s (ADA) price action and the project’s fundamentals have a lot of differences.
In his latest strategy session, analyst Michael van de Poppe informs his 165,000 Youtube followers that with Cardano’s Vasil hard fork, there come huge opportunities. The Vasil hard-fork is expected to be launched on September 22nd which will raise the network’s scalability.
Massive Opportunity With Vasil Hard Fork
He explains that though most of the market participants are expecting to see a downfall after the upgrade, the scenario will be the opposite. As per the analyst, for Cardano, the price level near $0.32 and $0.40 is the area to keep an eye on as the currency shouldn’t lose this range. This is the price area that will act as support in the next trade cycle.
Van de Poppe further claims that there is no proper encouragement for the Vasil hard fork and the hype isn’t that level that will push the currency upwards. Hence, he believes that the upgrade will attract huge opportunities if the hard fork is introduced on a positive note which is expected to be similar to that of the Ethereum merge.
He then asserts that if the upgrade is successful, Cardano’s (ADA) price will see a positive move towards $1.00 after the event.