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How Unibot could aid Ethereum in its journey

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Unibot’s rise offers hope for Ethereum’s future, with increased gas usage and user-friendly features enhancing trading efficiency.

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  • Unibot’s growth could revive Ethereum amid market challenges.
  • Reduced whale interest and declining NFT sales present hurdles for Ethereum’s revival, impacting its broader ecosystem.

The current bear market has cast a heavy shadow over Ethereum[ETH], affecting its activity across various sectors and dampening its overall performance. Amid this gloom, the emergence of Unibot offered a glimmer of hope for Ethereum’s ecosystem.

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Unibot, a Telegram bot designed for seamless cryptocurrency trading within the app, garnered significant attention due to its user-friendly features such as decentralized copytrading, DEX-based limit orders, and protection against MEV bots.

Increased hope for ETH?

This sudden surge in Unibot’s popularity was reflected in the numbers, as token terminal’s data showed a remarkable 97% increase in Unibot’s gas usage over the past 30 days. This upswing could potentially inject new life into the Ethereum ecosystem, providing users with a convenient and efficient trading tool.

However, it’s important to note that while Unibot’s rise is promising, it might not be a panacea for Ethereum’s challenges. Despite Unibot’s growth, NFT sales on the Ethereum platform continue to experience a decline, as indicated by Santiment’s data. This suggests that while certain areas show promise, Ethereum’s broader landscape remains complex.

Source: Santiment

Whales aren’t feeling it

Shifting the focus to Ethereum’s broader health, whale interest in the token faced a downward trajectory. Glassnode’s data highlighted a concerning trend, with the number of addresses holding 10,000 or more ETH reaching a two-year low at 1,082.

The decline in whale interest can impact the price of ETH negatively in the future. However, a dampened interest from whales could have positive benefits for ETH as well. The lack of whale interest could reduce the vulnerability of retail investors that are holding ETH.

Source: Glassnode

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Further analysis of Ethereum’s performance revealed a low MVRV ratio, indicating that a significant portion of ETH holders are currently in an unprofitable position. This dynamic can influence market sentiment and trading behavior, potentially adding to the challenges ETH faces in its recovery.

Source: Santiment

In the trading arena, Ethereum experienced a rise in implied volatility (IV), which measures the market’s expectations for future price movements. Elevated IV often leads to more cautious trading strategies as investors brace for heightened price swings and uncertainty.

Source: TheBlock


Himalay is a full-time journalist at AMBCrypto. A Computer Science graduate, Himalay writes about crypto with a special focus on the latest coin-based updates. He is a fan of gonzo journalism, transgressive fiction, heavy metal, and Manchester United.
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