Although the general sentiment for the global crypto market remains floating between bearish to neutral, September ended slightly positive for most cryptocurrencies, including for the leading layer-1 blockchain for Web3, DeFi, and DApps: Ethereum (ETH).
Ethereum’s landscape has changed a lot in the last few years, which most supporters see with enthusiasm for long-term projections to the second-largest cryptocurrency by market cap.
From the implementation of a burning mechanism for a portion of gas fees to the migration for a more efficient consensus algorithm with the Proof-of-Stake (PoS), the Ethereum Network has grown in value for its users and investors.
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In this context, Finbold has checked what the expected outcome for ETH is — price regarding. Data retrieved on October 4, from CoinCodex‘s AI-powered price prediction algorithms shows a positive forecast for Ethereum from now to December 31, 2023.
Notably, the artificial intelligence sets a price of $2,553.14 for ETH by the end of 2023. This forecast represents an increase superior to 50% in Ethereum’s price from the CoinCodex index’s current price of $1,653.12.
ETH price forecast for 2024
Despite seeing a favorable bull market for ETH for the next months, the AI’s short-term perception is still considering “It’s now a bad time to buy Ethereum”. This happens due to 19 out of 30 green days for the leading Web3 asset, with two major price resistances at $1,650 and $1,805 with the 50-day and the 200-day SMAs, respectively.
Nevertheless, the artificial intelligence predicts Ethereum to reach $3,243 in the next six months, for close to 100% in gains from current prices at the time of publication. Additionally, CoinCodex‘s price prediction algorithms also believe ETH will be trading as high as $5,000 a year from now.
All things considered, this forecast mostly considers technical analysis indicators and general market sentiment, and can not be considered in a vacuum. The ability of Ethereum’s price to meet the above prediction will deeply depend on further developments, news, and macroeconomics that are yet to come.
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