DOGE reaches a 3-week high on Saturday, the largest mover.

To begin the week, Dogecoin rocketed to a three-week high as the token increased for a second straight session. Overall, four of the last five days have seen price increases for the meme coin. Another major gainer in today’s session was Quant, which reached an eight-day high.

Dogecoin (DOGE) 
As the meme coin moved to extend recent gains, Dogecoin (DOGE) sped to a three-week high to open the weekend.

DOGE/USD surged to an intraday high of $0.09474 on Saturday after falling to a low of $0.08695 on Friday.

The token’s price increase has brought it to its highest level since November 8, when it reached a high of $0.1125.

Looking at the chart, positive sentiment has increased after the relative strength index broke through the 52.00 level (RSI).

Additionally, the 10-day (red) moving average is currently upward-facing, which is a common indicator of impending price increases.

The next obvious resistance level is at the 60.00 level, where the RSI is currently tracking at 54.66.

Quant (QNT) 
On Saturday, Quant (QNT) also posted a gain, as the token increased for a fifth straight day.

Less than a day after prices were trading at their lowest point of $111.56, QNT/USD reached a height of $122.06.

This mini-bull run has caused quant to trade at its highest level since November 18 as a result.

Looking closely at the chart, it seems that the bulls are seeking to push the token through a $125.00 resistance level.

The RSI, which is currently tracking at 46.56, needs to hit its own ceiling at 52.00 in order to do this.

The 10-day moving average (red) is currently encroaching on its 25-day moving average (blue), which could eventually result in an upward cross.

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