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Solana will be trading at $45 until the end of 2022!


The cryptocurrency market is back in the green zone again, and Solana (SOL), one of its largest digital assets, has led some of the industry’s top fintech experts to voice their opinions on where they see the ninth-biggest price.

Claim: Solana will trade at $45 until the end of 2022!

The consensus of 54 crypto and Web3 industry fintech experts predicted that Solana will close the year 2022 with a price of $45, based on the results of the latest Finder price predictions report, first published on July 19.

Looking more closely into the future, the panel noted that Solana would be around $166 by the end of 2025, then rise to as high as $512 by the end of 2030.

Solana price predictions for 2022, 2025 and 2030. Source: Finder

Before the market crash in January, Finder experts were more optimistic and predicted that SOL will finish 2022 at $222, which is higher than their current forecast for the coin’s estimated value at the end of 2025.

Also, their forecasts for 2025 and 2030 are now lower than in January and their forecasts for these periods were $486 and $1,267, respectively.

22 Jan vs 22 Jul Solana price prediction. Source: Finder

Buying, dumping or ‘hodl’?

Given the recent crypto market crash, the ongoing investigation against Solana, recurring blockchain power outages, and the company’s announcement of an Android Web-focused smartphone, Saga, the panel’s opinions are split on whether this is the right moment.

Specifically, 40% of panelists believe it’s time to buy SOL, while 29% believe it’s time to sell. Another 31% believe crypto traders and investors should just “hodl” for now.

Panel’s views on buying, selling and ‘hodling’ Solana. Source: Finder

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