As major events for 2024 approach, Polygon founder Sandeep Nailwal starkly observes his own project, while Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies gather momentum.
“Polygon is back to where its the best at : Being an underdog,” he states.
Polygon Founder Sandeep Nailwal Describes 2023 as a ‘Painful Ride’
In a post on X (formerly Twitter), Nailwal has pointed out that the year has posed challenges for the Polygon blockchain, while many founders tend to boast about their own projects.
“NGL it’s been a painful ride, the whole of 2023, but right now, it feels incredibly liberating to be the underdog again.”
However, a user on X going by the name Phygital argued that the project is doing well. “In terms of producing during a bear, I’d say you guys cooked more than any other ecosystem, and more than you guys have in any crypto season I’ve seen to date,” he stated.
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Polygon’s Declining Price in Recent Times
This comes amid BeInCrypto’s recent coverage of the declining price of Polygon.
At the time of publication, Polygon (MATIC) price stands at $0.87.
On December 20, BeInCrypto reported that the Polygon (MATIC) price has decreased under a long-term descending resistance trend line and fell below a horizontal area.
The weekly time frame technical analysis shows that MATIC has fallen under a descending resistance trend line since its all-time high in 2022.
At the time of reporting, the trend line had been in place for nearly 730 days. MATIC validated it numerous times, most recently last week.
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