Sandbox price is fast approaching a vital support zone that is likely to absorb incoming selling pressure and trigger a bull rally. The bullish outlook for SAND is supported by on-chain statistics, suggesting a similar outlook.

A short but optimistic future

The Sandbox price has crashed about 68% in the past four months and is currently sliding downward approaching $1.53 to $2.44. A bounce from this level is likely to witness a surge in buying pressure, triggering a small rise for the token.

In the case of Sandbox price, the bounce-off is not the first issue, but approaching Simple Moving Averages (SMAs) is. Therefore, the advantage for SAND is extremely high and strong and stable buying pressure will be needed.

A quick response from the demand zone is likely to propel SAND by 28% before retesting the 200-day SMA at $3,179. If you break this barrier, the price of Sandbox could rise to its next target of $3.49.

In a very bullish case, SAND is likely to make its way to the 100-day SMA at $4.28. In total, this run-up would be a 60% gain and it is likely that Sandbox price will swing high and return.

Source: TradingView, SAND/USDT

This exponential run-up to the sandbox price is supported by the 30-day Market Value to Realized Value (MVRV) model, which hovers at -19%. This indicator is used to assess the average profit/loss of investors who have purchased SAND tokens in the past year.

A negative value of less than -10% indicates that holders are losing out in the short term and are generally located where long term holders tend to accumulate. That is why a value below -10% is often referred to as an “opportunity zone”.

Over the past year, the SAND price has seen a significant reversal in its price as the MVRV hits -18%. In fact, the price of Sandbox has jumped 25% to 50% twice in the past four months as the 30-day MVRV hit -18% or lower, adding credibility to the bullish thesis.

SAND 30 Day MVRV Chart

As things look up for Sandbox’s price, chances are these prospects could turn sour if bears take over. A breakdown of the $1.53 support level will invalidate the demand zone and therefore the bullish thesis described above.

In such a case, SAND could slide lower and find stable support levels until buyers on the sidelines decide to step in and give the bull rally another try.

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