Stellar XLM Price Crash still continues in spite of SDF recent 55B XLM Burn

Stellar (XLM) has not stopped from crashing in spite of the company’s recent burn of 55 billion XLM tokens.

The token has faced a hard price crash recently and its price has started to move toward bearish zone. XLM is constantly facing such kind of price crashes since its recent burn of 55 billion.

Recently, the Stellar Development Foundation (SDF) burned an amount worth of 55 billion XLM tokens which were almost half of its total supply. The company burned these tokens in order to move forward. This resulted in the price surge of the coin and the price of the coin increased by 25%.

After hearing the announcement of the burning of tokens, the price went up very fast and saw a price surge from $0.06745 to $0.0887.

But XLM could not sustain such performance more than a week and the price went down at $0.068. But after that, it soon recovered itself and again reached $0.0827.

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Stellar has been showing a downtrend after that and has faced a loss of 7% within the duration of one day. XLM’s bullish behavior has started to lose all of its support levels. And it seems that it is moving toward the bearish zone.

50 Million XLM transferred from SDF to Kraken

It is thought that this recent XLM price drop was caused by a recent SDF transaction. The Stellar Development Foundation transferred an amount of 50 million XLM to the Kraken account. As whale alert has reported on Twitter.

Most of the people considered as a step by developers to dump their XLM tokens.  It can also be seen in the view that SDF would sell these coins in order to get the global payment standard for the Stellar platform. But the important point to consider here is that this transaction has caused the XLM price drop.

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The last day has been in the favor of bears which show that price is still moving toward bearish zone. But it is hoped that XLM price will soon recover itself from this price loss.

Davis Byrne (US)

Davis Byrne got into the cryptocurrency world in 2013. He contributes technical chart-based price updates and price analysis on the world's leading digital currencies.

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