Floki Inu (FLOKI-USD) price predictions are worth checking on Wednesday as investors in the crypto react to more news from Valhalla.
Valhalla is the metaverse game tied to FLOKI crypto. Today, the official Floki Inu Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) account tweeted out a how-to-play video today for new players. It also linked off to a new Battle Arena Demo for players to try out.
The recent Valhalla news also comes as Floki Inu trends on StockTwits. That’s despite weak trading volume today down almost 8% over the prior 24-hour period, as of this writing. Investors will also note that FLOKI is down 2.7% over the previous 24 hours, as of Wednesday morning.
With all of that knowledge in hand, let’s check out what experts believe the future holds for Floki Inu below!
Floki Inu Price Predictions
- Starting off our list, SwapSpace lists a $0.000006 per token price estimate for the crypto in 2023.
- Next up, PricePrediction expects the crypto to hit an average price of $0.00002557 in 2023.
- Closing out our Floki Inu price predictions is WalletInvestor, with a one-year forecast of $0.000000748.
All in all, the future isn’t looking good for FLOKI crypto. Most of those Floki Inu price predictions are lower than the $0.00000874 per token it trades for as of this writing. That’s on top of the crypto already being down today.
Crypto investors looking for more of the latest market news are in the right place!
We’ve got all of the most recent crypto coverage that traders need to know about for Wednesday! A few examples include an update on Tornado Cash sanctions, three cryptos to consider this month and more. You can catch up on all of this news at the links below!
More Wednesday Crypto News
- U.S. Treasury to Release Tornado Cash Assets Back to Some Investors
- 3 Killer Crypto Picks to Beat the September Market Slump
- Galaxy Digital Faces Lawsuit by BitGo Over Merger Fallout
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