Ethereum Hits a Monthly High above $1,500, Merging Events Continues Engulfing the Market

Ethereum (ETH) returned to levels last seen in June based on renewed momentum following those upcoming potential merging events. 

Market insight provider Santiment explained:

Ethereum’s return above $1,500 for the first time since June 12th appears to be happening as the crowd has little belief in this rebound. Despite this, the average ETH return of 30-day traders has ballooned to +28%, the highest since August 2021.”


Source: Santiment

The 30-day return for Ethereum traders also hit an 11-month high, suggesting that the renewed momentum has driven their profits to levels last seen in August 2021.

Furthermore, ETH supply in profit also soared by 56%. On-chain insight provider Glassnode stated:

“Over the last month, almost 7.8% of circulating supply of ETH has transacted on-chain and changed hands. The total ETH supply in profit has now increased to 56%, after hitting lows of 41% prior to the current price rally.”


Source: Glassnode

The second-largest cryptocurrency was up by 3.8% to hit $1,511 during intraday trading, according to CoinMarketCap

During a recent developers’ call, September 19 emerged as the most probable date for the merge.

Therefore, these upcoming events have been making airwaves, triggering a bullish momentum in the Ethereum market because the merge is anticipated to be the biggest software upgrade in the ecosystem.

The merge is expected to transform the Ethereum network to a proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus mechanism from the current proof-of-work (PoS) framework, which has been elusive for a few years.

The PoS algorithm will enable the confirmation of blocks in a more cost-efficient and environmentally friendly way because validators will stake Ether instead of solving a cryptographic puzzle. 

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