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Is Solana ETF the Next Big Thing? $1000 Price Prediction Rocks Crypto World!

Solana with a market cap of $69 billion currently stands at 5th in CoinmarketCap’s ranking, and could soon rise to third place, driven by excitement around Solana ETFs and its robust blockchain technology. 

However, a former Goldman Sachs executive, and crypto analyst, Raoul Pal believes Solana’s upcoming “Banana Zone” could push its price to surge near $1000.

Solana ETF is Possible Soon

On June 27 and 28, investment giants VanEck and 21Shares made waves by filing for a Spot Solana ETF with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. This news sparked excitement in the market, propelling the SOL price up by approximately 11% to hit $150.

This surge is largely driven by growing optimism that the SEC may soon give the green light to a Spot Solana ETF, setting the stage for potential further gains. 

Meanwhile, Eric Balchunas, a senior Bloomberg ETF analyst, believes there’s a chance for approval within the next 12 months, despite the SEC labeling SOL as a security in its lawsuits against Binance and Coinbase. Balchunas suggests that a change in SEC leadership after the U.S. presidential elections could be beneficial for Solana.

Banana Zone Pushing Sol Price

Many analysts believe that a Solana ETF could push the price as high as $1000, with the upcoming “Banana Zone” potentially accelerating this growth. Raoul Pal, a former Goldman Sachs executive and crypto analyst, suggested that the Banana Zone will lead to long-term gains for Solana. He believes Solana has the potential to become a major player in the market. 

Despite already having a decent performance this year, Solana’s growth could be further boosted by the Banana Zone or the upcoming bull cycle.

Solana Price Analysis

From a long-term technical perspective, Solana is currently moving within a symmetrical triangle pattern. This, combined with the previous uptrend, suggests a strong bullish continuation leading up to the U.S. presidential elections.

If Solana successfully breaks above the upper trendline, it could trigger a price rally toward $300 by the end of the year. Currently, SOL is trading at $150, reflecting a 2.5% increase in a day, with a market cap of $69.6 billion.

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