EOS Price Analysis: EOS Price De-escalated by 7% in the Last Day

EOS is among the top coins in the crypto market. The currency has never failed to impress the investors. The same was expected from the coin during the ongoing downtrend in the market. EOS tried a lot to keep the stability alive, but the month-long downfall weakened the legs.

EOS fell and is currently dealing at $4.2686. The coin had a high expectation, which remains because there are chances of improvement in the EOS price in the upcoming months.

EOS to USD Price Comparison:

The chart is taken from TradingView on 28th July 2019 at 04:16:04 UTC.

EOS price chart - july 28
EOS Chart By TradingView

EOS has marked a huge fall since yesterday. The EOS coin opened with an upsurge on 27th July. The coin jumped from $4.6043 to $4.7595 by 3.37%. Later, the coin started slipping down. The coin marked a drop from $4.6617 to $4.3055. The regression was of 7.64%. The intraday loss was of 7.20%. Today, the opening price was $4.2. There is not much movement in the coin.

Summary of the EOS statistics:

  • The EOS price is dealing at 4.2686 USD.
  • ROI stands at 317.79%.
  • The Market Cap is marked as 3,985,892,683 USD.
  • 24-hour volume is noted as 1,969,113,302 USD.
  • Circulating Supply has 925,054,424 EOS.

EOS Price Prediction and Conclusion:

The EOS price is currently suffering from the price drop. The same trend isn’t going to last. We are quite positive that the market would soon come of the downfall and shine again. The traders who have already invested in the coin should keep calm as the coin would rise again. The coin is expected to cross it’s 90-day high value of $8.59 by the end of the ongoing year. The long term investment is best suited for the coin. The traders of long term plan can draw high returns.

Roxanne Williams

Roxanne Williams has recently joined as a market reporter for CryptoNewsZ - the 24/7 crypto news site, where she produces recent stories, technical analysis and price updates on world's leading cryptocurrencies.

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