Ethereum Price Analysis: Ethereum Maintains Steady Pace Throughout The Day

  • Ethereum records 0.3% downtrend in the last 4 hours
  • Ethereum prices surge to $314 in the day

Ethereum has been maintaining a steady trend throughout the trade and has been successful in trading above $310. The day may close on a higher note with the value as $315 as indicated in the current performance of the coin. The traders and investors are hooked to the ETH price movements, and the coin may give some moments of exciting trends as the week approaches end.

ETH Price Statistics:

Ethereum started the day trading at $312.40 and then dipped to $309.26 before the coin prices started surging again and reached $314.65. The current recorded value of the ETH coin is $312.74 as on June 25, 2019, at 11:34:54 UTC and it is moving upwards.Ethereum price chart - june 25

Statistics 09:38:02 UTC 11:34:54 UTC
Price  (USD) 312.58 312.74
Price (BTC) 0.02766529 0.02770395
Market Capitalization 33,282,426,434 33,356,179,182
24h volume 8,480,744,161 8,481,757,627
Circulating Supply 106,634,097 106,634,097 ETH
Return on Investment >9000% >9000%

The price of the coin has shown a slight surge followed by the market cap and 24 h volume; however, the circulating supply and ROI remains the same.

Ethereum Price Prediction:

As per ETH Forecast, we can predict that Ethereum may cross $350 in the coming month if it picks up momentum by the end of this week. Furthermore, By the end of this year and as a result of events, the coin may cross $500 mark, but it will take at least six more months of the next year to cross its all-time high value.


This is a good time to invest in ETH and gain long-term returns from the coin. The traders can also bet on the coin when the market opens as the closing price will always be higher than the opening ones.

Ruti Vora

Ruti regularly contributes in-depth news articles for leading cryptocurrencies. She contributes technical chart-based price updates and analysis pieces on the world's leading digital currencies.

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