Cosmos garnered a lot of investors’ attention after it released its “Cosmos Hub Roadmap 2.0.” In addition to that, its native token ATOM showed a positive change in terms of its total value locked (TVL), developer activity, and the total number of holders in Q3 of 2022.
Well, despite all of these positive factors, ATOM’s price was on a decline. Thus, implying a possibility of a not-so-prosperous Q4.
Here’s AMBCrypto’s Price Prediction for Atom for 2022-2023
Looking at the numbers
Protocols such as the Kava Network, amassed a TVL of 291.2 million. As can be seen from the image below, the Kava Network grew tremendously over the past month.
Other protocols such as Osmosis zone and THORChain amassed $209M and $105.85M, respectively.
Speaking of on-chain metrics, the number of crypto investors holding ATOM grew consistently throughout the entire year. However, the number of transactions and volume did not witness too much growth.
On the negative side, ATOM’s volume depreciated consistently throughout the past month.
It decreased by 80.03% in a month. Surprisingly, the market cap also took a hit. It depreciated by 01.5%. Notably, at the time of press, ATOM captured 0.38% of the overall market.
There was also a decline in development activity over the past month. This could be considered as a bearish signal by potential investors.
Following all the above-mentioned developments, at the time of writing, ATOM was trading at $12.95. Its price depreciated by 12.71% over the last two weeks.
Notably, ATOM’s price after testing the $13.34 resistance level began to show signs of a decline. The RSI was at 49.07 indicating that the momentum of the price was slightly skewed toward the sellers.