In a remarkable week for the cryptocurrency market with Bitcoin (BTC) reaching the US$72,000 mark, the Solana (SOL) blockchain has once again attracted attention with its recent growth and approach to a notable milestone in its network. However, one analyst shared a prediction of a drop in the price of the SOL token.

Renowned cryptocurrency analyst Ali Martinez highlighted on March 14 a prediction that the price of Solana could fall by up to 28%.

The expert noted that the TD Sequential indicator is showing a sell signal on the Solana token’s daily chart, emphasizing that the fifth-largest asset could experience a drop to the $152 or $127 levels soon.

“TD Sequential presents sell signal on Solana daily chart! Since December 2023, whenever this indicator suggested selling, the price of $SOL fell by 17% to 28%. A similar outlook could see SOL return to $152 or even $127,” the analyst wrote.

At the time of publication, the price of Solana was listed at US$167.97, up 9.5% in the last 24 hours. The SOL cryptocurrency has seen a growth in its price of 15.8% in the last seven days.

Solana (SOL) is close to reaching ATH

The Solana ecosystem is close to reaching a significant milestone, with its market capitalization all-time high (ATH) approaching the $80 billion mark.

However, the approach to the notable milestone may take a backseat to a community concern that has been attracting a lot of attention: the supply of Solana tokens was inflated by around 300 million to 443 million in a period that began in the last bull market.

However, this increase in supply could mean there are some far-reaching implications for the value of the Solana cryptocurrency and investor sentiment.


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