At the dawn of the year, Dash (DASH) has been the talk of the town due to a magnificent 290% bull rally that occurred in a span of 21 days. However, the rejection was equally brutal as it had sent the price crashing down for five weeks in a row as Dash went from $137 to $32 at the height of the March coronavirus crisis.
YTD DASH chart
The 28th altcoin couldn’t fully recover after such a knock: after the initial push to the upside, Dash got gridlocked between $64 and $82, seen a bit of bullish action when it put up a short rally to $100, but then got pressurized back into the said range.
And even though Dash was actively adopted in crisis-struck countries like Venezuela, it has been exerting little to no influence on its performance during the year as it lost 7.15% against USD, 29.7% against BTC, and dropped by 52.5% in the Ethereum market. The early investors, however, shouldn’t worry too much about these fluctuations as Dash’s all-time ROI remains way above 9000%.