– Solana’s price has increased by 40% this week, reaching a new 2023 high at around $58.
– The rise in price can be attributed to the easing of FTX-dump fears and growing excitement surrounding Bitcoin ETFs.
– Despite concerns about daily selling of SOL tokens by FTX, the limited impact and weekly sale limit have turned initial fears into investor enthusiasm.
– Solana-focused funds have seen significant inflows, indicating institutional interest in the SOL market.
– The overall uptrend in cryptocurrency prices, driven by Bitcoin’s rise and Bitcoin ETF euphoria, has also contributed to Solana’s performance.
– Solana’s futures open interest has reached a high level, indicating increased interest and liquidity in the market.
– Rising open interest and funding rates suggest a higher appetite for leveraged longs among investors.
– From a technical standpoint, SOL’s price has broken out of an ascending triangle channel, with an upside target of around $90 before the end of the year.
– However, the weekly relative strength indicator (RSI) is at its most overbought level since September 2021, indicating a potential risk of correction.
Note: This article does not provide investment advice or recommendations. Readers should conduct their own research before making any investment decisions.