The start of the fib retracement should star at the bottom of the candle before the first big volume pump. Secondly the fib retracement is drawn bottom to top, not top to bottom (in tradingview).
The trend line you drew does not work, you try to make it work, but it doesn't.
Lastly; your fib retracement as I mentioned above should start before the first volume candle, that is only applicable to the first move. Once you draw the fib you see that it bounced perfectly off the 61.8%, your next fib drawing should be from the bottom of that 61.8% retrace and connect it to the top of the next run.
From what I have learned trading crypto, it is that trend lines can form between any two points whether it be short or long term; you dont need to agree with my trend line but I just know that trend lines can form out of anywhere. With the current price of the coin and with how new the coin is, there isnt really a huge plethora of options available to draw support and resistance lines, I am just using the information I am given in the short term. And you can see that there was some support around the trend line that I drew which is why it held a bit between the .0033 to .0034 area for some time and then fell back to the first support that I mentioned.
With regards to the start of my fib points, fib points are supposed to be drawn from the lowest point right before the push to the highest point where price found resistance. The lowest point before the push was right around 0.00175 and the highest point where resistance was found was 0.0038, hence why I put those there. Like I said, you don't have to agree with me, I am just drawing what I see.
If you drew up a graph of what you are seeing with the current price action and posted it in the comments here, I do value looking at those charts because a lot of times, other people notice things that I never considered. Cheers