Solana Price May Moon Despite Recent Hack

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  • Solana wallets experienced a widespread hack of unknown origin.
  • However, the news did very little FUD to the price of Solana (SOL).
  • Solana is changing hands at $40.35, as per CoinGecko.

Despite a widespread hack that led to the draining of huge amounts of money, the price of Solana (SOL) may increase in the coming days.

Specifically, SOL price remains in the attractive ‘buy’ zone. In fact, the hack has done nothing but shake some value off Solana’s market capitalization a couple of hours after initial reports.

SOL/USDT 4-hr chart (source: TradingView)

As seen on the chart above, SOL has been on a downtrend approaching August. This downward slope has culminated in a sell-off at $37. Interestingly, the price has since returned to $40 when people expected SOL to plummet. As such, it shows that there is massive support at the $40 level.

Furthermore, the Relative Strength Index (RSI) at 50 shows that SOL is far from being oversold.

SOL/USDT 1-day chart (source: TradingView)

What is more, SOL price is now back at levels before the astonishing bull run back in September 2021.

There may be two possible scenarios in the next months to come. The first is SOL price will be trading from $30-$40. However, SOL has little chance of going down to $20 since the recent news, which was expected to spread FUD, has shown a negligible effect on the price of Solana.

The second scenario is that SOL price will go up from $60-$80 in the coming months. However, geopolitical tensions must ease—even gradually, at least—to give people some interest in investing once again.

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