Solana (SOL) Price Prediction 2022, 2023, 2024
Solana has been wickedly bullish in 2021, even by crypto standards.
It’s like a crypto wizard personally got its back.
Imagine knocking Cardano out of its position barely two months after it went down for hours in September; such an outage by itself is enough to kill most cryptocurrencies for good.
But has SOL run out of its bullish juice?
Currently trading at $170.71, as of December 11th, Solana has fallen 30% from its $242 high in December and is showing massive bearishness on its daily trading view.
What exactly does this mean for SOL’s future.
Remember, a good chunk of Crypto experts predicted a wiggle room for SOL into a four-figure upside if BTC and ETH could hit six and five figures respectively in 2021’s Q4.
That didn’t happen.
Before you write SOL off, think back.
Solana had a massive investors inflow and appreciated from $1.84 to an over $250 ATH within a few months in 2021.
But how far will SOL fall before it hits a support strong enough to bounce it back?
Coindesk reports a recent lag intensified SOL bearishness in Solana’s block speed.
What does this mean for your SOL investment?
What is SOL’s future in the coming years?
Read on to learn about our expert Solana’s Price Analysis and Solana Price Forecasts.
- 1 Solana (SOL) Price Prediction 2022, 2023, 2024
- 1.1 SOL Price Statistics
- 1.2 Solana Price Forecast Technical Analysis
- 1.3 SOL Price History
- 1.4 SOL Price Analysis
- 1.5 Three short Paragraphs on Solana
- 1.6 SOL tokenomics in a nutshell
- 1.7 FAQs
SOL Price Statistics
|24h Low / 24h High||$167.27 / $183.23|
|Volume / Market Cap||0.04673|
|Solana Market Cap|
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Solana Price Forecast Technical Analysis
Considering Solana’s nature and use-cases, investors hope Solana will hit the moon in the coming years, as the project is still in its early phase.
Regardless of this fact, here’s our analysis of SOL’s fate.
As you can see in the chart above, SOL price is trading below the recently-broken S/R zone and now has found another support on the trend line, pushing the price back to the S/R zone.
We expect the S/R zone to resist the breakout considering the massive volume of the bears at the moment; this is beside the trendline support’s demand strength lack to push the price to the upside significantly.
Hence, the price will come below to find a more valid order flow zone to gather enough buy orders to gain demand strength.
This month’s candle may close at the marked September demand zone or around it.
We don’t expect any subsequent significant buy this Year considering BTC’s current play; the king coin is currently testing supports.
Examining Solana’s price history, Solana had always started every new Year
bullish after short consolidations.
If history repeats, 2022’s Q1 and Q2 will be bullish since the bears sponsored 2021’s Q4 trend.
Although Solana is currently bearish daily, the market structure is still bullish on its weekly timeframe.
So, if the market trades down to the marked September zone, it will still have a bullish structure provided it doesn’t break below the high.
But as it is, there is low hope of it breaking the demand zone downwards, considering that the zone has only been tested once.
The critical question here is, will the Q2/Q1 buy trend make a new ATH?
It would be beautiful if it does, but its technical analysis does not confidently point towards that direction, seeing that its latest ATH remains untested since its creation.
From history, Solana had never broken any previous ATH without testing them at least twice.
So, we expect the same trend in 2022’s Q3; the price should return to retest the ATH and get rejected, creating a resistance zone to send the price back to the support zones below.
Then Q4 can step in to sponsor the buy move, it might, by then, have the gut to break the latest ATH to the upside, probably riding price to trade around $300 or more.
Our confidence that Q1 2023 will break the 2022 ATH is pretty high, but at the same time sells pullbacks might come into play.
The ATHs resistance zone is projected to also act as support in the coming months and bounce the price to retest this current ATH before 2023 can make its own first ATH.
It is projected to start bearish, then return to retest the “ATHs resistance turned support zone” for the second or third time before it might finally make another record Solana ATH to trade above $620.
We’ve got no actual data to leverage for predicting the 2024 movement, but we can still utilize Solana’s historical play in recent years.
We expect a more significant move for this year than the former. Because there’d be more investors at this time, ultimately boosting Solana’s trade volume.
Q1/ Q2 is expected to pan out entirely bullish and probably trade as high as $1100 and above.
As is usual with SOL, we expect a big dump in 2024 Q3 to prepare for another bull run to set a new ATH.
The Q3 sell is necessary to fill the imbalance in structure and gather demand strength for the Q4 move.
The retracement is also to validate the already broken resistance zones as a valid support for the price.
We predict Q3 to have a 300% decrease in price before Q4 takes over to ride the price as high as $1300, making an 800% move to the upside.
In conclusion, SOL is relatively at its early phase, and according to top Solana Governing members and Solana’s Roadmap, Solana is still in its beta stage. Seeing such performance from a coin in its test phase says a lot about its future.
SOL Price History
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SOL Price Analysis
Solana 2020 Q4 bearish momentum was enough to shatter investors’ faith in Solana completely, but Solana proved its early beginning does not determine its future.
Beyond imagination, Solana has made remarkable buy moves in the past months.
A trend started from August 13th, 2020, when Solana made an intraday high, creating a resistance zone around the $4 price zone.
After a while, it broke, leaving behind a demand zone to establish a higher high, trading around $4.90 before dipping the price once more to break the last low as a confirmation of a bearish structure in play.
As the Market progressed, the price found support at the $2.2 and $2.5 zone.
Later, it caused a sell retracement to the initially created $4 resistance zone, which proved strong by rejecting the buy orders to trade back to the support zone where the price ranged for a while.
On failing to retest the resistance zone, SOL sold and consolidated at the support zone before breaking out of the zone with a low momentum and sold at around $2.3, where it established another significant support.
The price immediately retested the support with what seems to be a strong momentum considering the bullish engulfing pattern that sponsored the short buy, which got resisted by the recently-broken support.
The buy impulse could not break the resistance after consolidating at the zone in a distribution manner; instead, it sent the back price to the All-time low support.
Solana’s all-time-low support was retested on December 23rd, 2020.
The support bounced the price 110% upward back into the psychological resistance during 2021 first two days.
After this, the price experienced a minor rejection to the intraday demand zone to gather demand strength which ultimately pushed the price to the $3.0-$4.0 price zone.
Remember, the Market created this resistance zone on August 13th, 2020, and retested it a month later.
This was the same zone that got tested again on the first two weeks of the new Year.
After a couple of further trials, the resistance finally gave way and launched the price to the upside; the price had to arm itself with a daily timeframe support to break through.
A daily base candle formed at the newly-found support, which indicated that the market makers kept money at that price zone and would come back to pick their money, which they did.
The price then retraced to the demand zone and gathered enough volume to sponsor a strong buy momentum after it must have mitigated and taken out traders who were hoping for a longer buy.
The demand aggressively pushed the price to break the longstanding resistance zone driving the price as many buy orders came in hot.
This bullish breakout took SOL price to around $5.6 and $6.5, where it consolidated with a short nap leaving behind an order block candle.
The order block candle suggested the Market could return to retest that zone, but that didn’t happen, even though the presence of liquidity did validate the zone.
The price continued to rally by making highs and lows, depicting a clear picture of a bullish market. But towards February end, the price made a bull pennant pattern technically referred to as a continuation pattern indicating that the bulls relaxed and gave the bears some breathing space at that point.
Just as the bears thought the Market was theirs, the bulls jumped awake and took the market 600%+ into the bull pennant zone to close off Q1 and kick start Q2.
Solana started its Q2 move from the pennant and broke out to resume its buy, making its next significant high, trading around $57 on May 18th, 2021.
However, the Market left critical zones behind to later retest them, especially the designated Q2/Q3 controlling demand.
This demand zone got tested four different times and remains unbroken.
After the zone’s fourth retest, around the $21/$24 price zone, Solana experienced its fastest and longest buy since its launch.
The buy started with a morning pattern leading the price to break above the May high with no significant bearish pullbacks.
Solana’s biggest buy started from its July 21st demand zone and realized a 700% increase before it made a new high on September 9th.
The buy was aggressive as it left no noticeable sell retracements to indicate the bears’ existence in the Market.
During that period, the bears got wholly exiled.
Solana then hit a new high and traded at $215.
You missed that, didn’t you?
Do you realize what happened?
Solana’s price increased from $22 to $215 within three months!
Solana’s partnership influx with their investors and revenue boost majorly contributed to this ridiculous price jump during this period.
After hitting this high, the bulls finally had their fill longing SOL and handed over to the hungry bears.
The bears didn’t miss; they dipped the Market 100% down to $120.
Unfortunately for them, that price zone turned into a demand zone and sent them running as the price traded to the upside and only got resisted at the last ATH.
The resistance couldn’t pull the price back down as the price found support at a new resistance-break zone.
After breaking out, the price continued its bull run and hit Solana’s current ATH, around $260.
Since then, SOL has been selling with lower highs and lower lows to trade around $170.
Three short Paragraphs on Solana
- Solana network is arguably the fastest blockchain network with a 45 000 to 65 000 TPS throughput.
- Solana supports its PoS consensus mechanism with a Proof of History pre-consensus cryptographic time stamp technology.
- Solana network uses both Validators and Delegators.
SOL tokenomics in a nutshell
- A 500 million total token supply.
- Over 100K investors and holders.
- 7% Staking APR
- Over $15 billion locked value in staking pools.
- Used for staking and gas payment.
- There is no minimum validation and delegation stake
- Solana network burns 50% of all transaction fees are burned
For the remainder of 2021 Q4, SOL is likely to fall below $135 but not below $125. There might be weak support at the $145 zone; since that has only been tested once, it’s unlikely to hold.
However, there is much more robust support around the $127 to $125 zone, and it should be enough to keep the bears at bay.