Seasonal Tokens Monthly Price Analysis

Seasonal Tokens
2 min readApr 5, 2023

By Heater

Spring had the highest peak price of all the tokens, reaching 0.77 cents on March 19th, with a low of 0.56 cents on March 9th. It started at 0.69 cents on February 27th and ended at 0.67 cents on March 31st. Despite the significant price drop in the middle of the month, Spring’s overall price performance was relatively strong.

Summer’s highest price was 0.59 cents on March 19th, and it went through a halving on March 6th, after which it gradually climbed in price in comparison to the other tokens, ending up close to Winter’s price at the end of the month. It had a low of 0.42 cents on March 5th, started at 0.50 cents on February 27th, and ended at 0.54 cents on March 31st. Nonetheless, Summer managed to overtake Autumn for the third place position in terms of overall price performance.

Autumn had the lowest peak price of all the tokens, with a high of only 0.56 cents on March 19th and a low of 0.42 cents on March 3rd. It started at 0.51 cents on February 27th and ended at 0.48 cents on March 31st. Additionally, it experienced a significant price drop towards the end of the month, making it the worst-performing token of the four. Autumn can be expected to remain the cheapest token for most of the rest of the year, until its price responds to the Autumn halving in December.

Winter had a relatively stable price performance, with a peak price of 0.68 cents on March 10th and a low of 0.48 cents on March 9th. It started and ended at 0.68 cents and 0.60 cents, respectively, on February 27th and March 31st. Winter’s price was the most stable out of all the tokens, with a minimal price drop throughout the month.

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