Solana Price Predictions: Where Will the SOL Crypto Go After FTX Fallout?

  • Solana (SOL-USD) price predictions are worth checking on today.
  • That’s due to the crypto dropping alongside the recent FTX drama.
  • However, the price of SOL is already starting to recover.
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Solana (SOL-USD) price predictions are a hot topic on Thursday as the crypto gets wrapped up in the recent FTX drama.

The big news here is Alameda Research, a sister company to FTX, holding almost $900 million in locked SOL. Roughly that same amount of SOL is about to be unlocked, which has investors worried that dilution is on the way.

This held true yesterday, with the price of SOL dropping. However, the crypto is now rising higher in trading today. That has traders wondering if the crypto will continue to rise — or start to fall again — as more drama comes from FTX.

Let’s get into that with a breakdown of the latest Solana price predictions below!

Solana Price Predictions

  • Starting off our list of price estimates is Gov Capital with its one-year forecast of $232.87 for SOL.
  • Next up we have WalletInvestor with its one-year price target of about $1.67 for the coin.
  • Closing out our Solana price predictions is DigitalCoinPrice, with an average estimate of $27.82 in 2023.

These Solana price predictions are all over the place. However, they are overall positive next to SOL’s current price of around $18. Investors will also note that SOL is up about 14% over the prior 24-hour period as it sees a 19.5% drop in trading volume.

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