CoinDesk: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Crypto News and Price Data (2023)

Between dogecoin’s cameos on U.S. television and bitcoin’s growing acceptance on Wall Street, cryptocurrency is reaching a wider audience than ever before. Skyrocketing prices are surely tempting to newcomers, but they should be aware of the risks before jumping in.

If you just started paying attention to cryptocurrency and are wondering whether to invest, here are 10 things you need to know before buying anything.

Even if you’re an old pro, you probably know someone who’s curious because they heard on TV or at the bar that the price of some coin is surging and they can get rich quickly trading it. Please share this post with him or her.

1. Don’t put in more than you can afford to lose

Crypto is riskier than many other investments. Nothing is guaranteed other than volatility. What’s more, it’s unregulated in most cases. There is no FDIC insurance for this stuff, nor is there a buyer of last resort. The prices of crypto coins swing wildly from minute to minute. While the market is basking in the glow of bull run, it has endured painful and protracted corrections and almost certainly will again.

Danger varies in degree. Bitcoin, the original cryptocurrency, has been around for more than a decade and it’s significantly less likely to disappear than most other coins. But it’s not free of risk either.

Hence, don't bet the proverbial farm, or your life savings, on any coin.

2. Research thoroughly

Before you invest a significant amount of money in any digital currency, spend hours upon hours researching the technology so you understand the value proposition and the risks. (“Someone else will buy it from you for a higher price” is not a value proposition.)

Read everything you can find on the topic. (CoinDesk’s Learn section is a fine place to start.) Lurk on community forums and developer mailing lists. Listen to podcasts. Borrow books from the library, not only about digital currency but related fields like cryptography, game theory and economics. Read CoinDesk and even some of our competitors.

Go to local meetups, if your area is no longer on COVID-19 lockdown. Ask lots of questions. If you don’t understand what you're hearing, don’t be afraid to ask someone to explain. If it is still not making sense, don’t assume that’s on you; people could just be talking gobbledygook. The sincere ones will take the time to help, but even then be wary of people “talking their book” (telling you to buy what they own so the price goes up).

And even if you’re convinced, seek out skeptics (there is no shortage of them) and consider their arguments as well. Remember John Stuart Mill: “He who knows only his own side of the case knows little of that.”

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Once you think you’ve researched everything there is to know, do even more work. You’re probably not done yet.

3. Resist 'fear of missing out'

Fear of missing out (FOMO) is a sure way to destroy whatever wealth you may have accumulated over the years. The problem is that it’s a gut reaction to something that should be researched first. Trading based on your gut will quickly lead to an upset stomach.

Know what you’re buying. Really know it. Going on a trading app and seeing a currency is up 30% or so over the past 24 hours isn’t research. It could be you’re the unlucky sap being sold a falling cryptocurrency.

Every coin has pumpers (shameless promoters), even bitcoin. Don’t succumb to peer pressure. This isn’t high school. Think for yourself and evaluate the case for an investment on the merits.

Research. Then research again.

4. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is

Much like Wall Street, the U.S. Congress or the American Bar Association, crypto is rife with charlatans. There are more than enough people promising their project will be the one to overtake bitcoin. But is it? There’s only one way to find out: Research.

Buyer beware, but also borrower beware. Some crypto exchanges offer more than 100x leverage, meaning you can borrow up to 99% of the cost of an investment. This will juice your profits if a coin goes up in value, but if it goes the other way you could quickly be wiped out.

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5. Don’t trust, verify

Scammers abound in this market. Just this past weekend, some rascals on Twitter took advantage of Elon Musk’s appearance on television’s "Saturday Night Live" to defraud people out of $100,000 worth of various cryptos with a bogus “giveaway.” Impersonating the comedy show’s Twitter account, the miscreants instructed their victims to send small amounts of crypto to verify their addresses. If they did so they would get 10 times the amount back.

That too-good-to-be-true proposition was a red flag. Read this, this and this for more telltale signs.

6. Beware of 'unit bias'

Just because a coin is trading around $1 does not mean it’s “cheaper” than bitcoin at $58,000. Not all coins are created equal.

There are literally thousands of cryptocurrencies, some of which seek to emulate bitcoin and some of which try to solve other issues. They all have varying levels of developer support and decentralization.

Determining the value of a coin means asking how and why was the coin created. What is its supposed utility? Who is working on it? How big is the developer community? How active is the repository on GitHub, where updates to the open-source software are usually logged? Like a building, a codebase requires maintenance, and neglect can leave a structure unsound.

Crucially, what is the coin’s security modelproof-of-work, proof-of-stake or something else? If it’s the former, how does the hashrate compare to other PoW coins? If you don’t know what these terms mean, you’re not ready to invest.

7. Not your keys, not your coins

Cryptocurrency is a bearer asset like cash or jewelry, meaning the holder is presumed to be the rightful owner. Once it’s lost or stolen it’s gone.

That is why advanced users will advise you not to entrust the cryptographic keys to a digital currency wallet to a third party, such as an exchange, because these firms are largely unregulated in many places and may be subject to hacks or exit scams (absconding with clients’ money).

Decentralized finance (DeFi) platforms have fallen prey to numerous high-profile exploits over the past 10 months, and centralized platforms like Binance have been subject to their fair share as well.

However, safeguarding keys yourself, on a hardware device or even a piece of paper with the string of numbers and letters written on it, can be a nerve-racking business, and it’s easy to mess up. This is why even some experienced investors prefer to use third-party custodians.

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Crypto is all about trade-offs. Do you trust yourself not to lose that piece of paper or forget the “seed phrase” (a password for a key that unlocks your crypto)? If not, you have to be comfortable with someone else storing your digital valuables, and history gives you every reason not to.

(To mitigate the risks, there is something called a multi-signature wallet. These can be configured so that, for example, both Bob and Alice must sign off on a transaction to release funds from a wallet, or either Bob or Alice can do so, or three of Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice, and so on. But yes, it’s complicated.)

Aside from exploits, exchanges may block you from withdrawing your funds at any time for a variety of reasons ranging from solvency issues to legal trouble. Even beyond that, some exchanges just don't have the infrastructure necessary to remain up at all times – Coinbase and Robinhood, for example, often go down during periods of market volatility. If you aren't running your own wallet, you can't guarantee you have control over your coins.

That said, there are various reasons why you might want to use an exchange, so it's important to check the user agreements and make sure you're protected against different eventualities.

8. You can buy a fraction of a bitcoin (and most other cryptos)

You don’t need to buy a whole coin. Bitcoin, for example, is divisible to the eighth decimal. So if you’re curious about how this stuff works, you can purchase as little as $10 worth and just play around with it.

As billionaire Mark Cuban recently said on television of buying small amounts of dogecoin, “it’s a whole lot better than a lottery ticket.” Unfortunately, he also encouraged viewers to spend doge on merchandise without mentioning the tax implications (see below).

9. Understand the tax consequences

This is especially important in the U.S., for several reasons. First, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) considers crypto property, not currency, for tax purposes. The upshot is if you buy a coin for $1 and it doubles in value and you spend that extra dollar to buy so much as a pack of chewing gum, you are required to report that capital gain and pay tax on it. There is no “de minimis exemption,” despite the crypto industry’s lobbying efforts.

Also, centralized exchanges regularly send account information to the IRS. Sure, crypto isn’t as regulated as stocks or banks. However, the federal government is running a massive deficit and it won’t think twice about sending in folks with mirrored aviator glasses to visit you to ask about your crypto trades.

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10. Buy using dollar cost averaging and don’t obsess about price

Go outside. Get some fresh air, exercise and sunshine. Spend time with your family. You can do all that AND invest in crypto.

The markets will fluctuate from day to day, hour to hour, minute to minute, but any crypto worth a damn, any investment of any kind worth a damn, is a long-term bet. If you want a dopamine hit, go for a run or watch an action movie.

What’s the best way to invest and not obsess? It’s using dollar cost averaging (DCA). Buy a set dollar amount of whatever crypto you like at regular intervals (Daily? Weekly? Monthly? Annually? You pick.) and don’t look at it.

If you have a long-term view, you’re not going to be pressured to sell or up your position based on short-term movements if you use DCA.

Read more: Beyond Coinbase: 8 Other Ways to Buy Bitcoin

The purpose of this article is not to scare anyone away from a fascinating and potentially transformational field, but to make sure they come in with eyes wide open.

As the sergeant on an old cop show would say, “Let’s be careful out there.”

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FAQs

What crypto is predicted to go up 2022? ›

Deposits into DeFi services surpassed $200 billion in 2021, and demand is expected to grow in 2022. Carol Alexander said that investors looking to make gains in smaller areas of crypto will want to watch Ethereum, Solana, Polkadot, and Cardano coins in 2022.

Is ethereum expected to rise 2022? ›

Ethereum Price Prediction for 2022: Between $500 and $4,500

The crypto news outlet Coinpedia predicted ETH could end 2022 between $6,500 and $7,500 if the same bullish upswing that started in mid 2021 were to continue.

What is the predicted value of Bitcoin in 2022? ›

Bitcoin Technical Analysis
YearMinimum PriceAverage Price
2022$16,708.87$17,357.13
2023$23,867.64$24,735.51
2024$36,738.18$37,727.60
2025$51,356.90$53,243.29
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Is ethereum a buy in 2022? ›

Updated Nov 22, 2022 . What changed? We reveal why our panel thinks Ethereum (ETH) will be worth US$1,377 by the end of 2022 before rising to US$5,154 by 2025. Most panelists believe ETH will be worth holding until 2030, but we may see new lows in the short term.

What will be the fastest growing crypto in 2022? ›

Solana ensures composability between ecosystem projects by maintaining a single global state as the network scales. It is one of the fastest-growing cryptocurrencies to explore in 2022.

How high can ethereum go? ›

Ethereum has amazing potential over the next few years as acceptance for cryptocurrency increases. Our market forecast indicates that by 2030, ETH could reach a new all-time high of $11,823.31.

What's the lowest Ethereum will go in 2022? ›

Ethereum's value decreased in 2022 to US$ 1,781, but most experts predict that the price will rebound in the future.

Will Ethereum drop again? ›

By the end of 2022, the value of Ethereum is expected to drop further to $2,592. This represents a decrease of 30% over the course of the year. However, it's possible that the cryptocurrency will rise in value instead, as the greater sustainability of Ethereum 2.0 may make it more appealing to investors.

Where will Ethereum be in 10 years? ›

According to our long-term Ethereum price prediction, the price of Ethereum will reach $4,279.55 by the end of 2022, rising to $5,639.28 by the end of 2023 and $16,776.22 by the end of 2025. Ethereum will then rise to $26,452.46 in 2027, and $78,606.71 in 2030.

Is Bitcoin expected to drop 2022? ›

As of Oct. 27, the Changelly blog offers a prediction that bitcoin could end 2022 at $22,22.47. Coin Price Forecast is slightly more optimistic in that short term, predicting an 11% increase to $22,958 by the end of this year. For 2023, Changelly predicts bitcoin will reach somewhere between $29,869.58 and $37,834.31.

Will Bitcoin go up or down in 2022? ›

Bitcoin Price Predictions for 2022: Between $10,000 and $28,000.

Is BTC going to rise again? ›

Bitcoin Price Prediction 2024 – 2025

With another halving ahead in 2024, the price of Bitcoin will begin to increase again as the supply is further slashed. This could start another bull market again and lead to prices of near $500,000 or millions as experts are predicting.

Should I buy Ethereum or Bitcoin in 2022? ›

Smart Contracts

Buying both Ethereum and Bitcoin is a solid diversification. This is why Ethereum is a good investment if you're interested in investing in cryptocurrencies beyond Bitcoin. The cryptocurrency market is volatile and risky. Crypto trading may not be suitable for all our users.

Should I buy Ethereum right now? ›

For 2022-3 in general, we think recession risks pose a risk to ETH and so now might not be the best time to buy ethereum if you have a medium-term outlook. We think ethereum is a good long-term investment for the next one to three years and are bullish overall. That means we expect prices to rise in the long term.

Which crypto to buy now? ›

The Best Cryptocurrencies to Buy in 2022
  • Dash 2 Trade - Crypto Analytics Platform with Automated Trading.
  • RobotEra - Newly Launched P2E, NFT and Metaverse Crypto Presale Project.
  • IMPT - Best Crypto to Invest in with Earn Rewards for Burning Carbon Credits.
  • Calvaria - Popular P2E Game Token with Low Fees and High Bandwith.

Which crypto is best for long term? ›

The following are five of the cryptocurrencies expected to be suitable for long-term investments in 2022.
  • Tamadoge (TAMA)
  • Lucky Block (LBLOCK)
  • Battle Infinity (IBAT)
  • Cardano (ADA)
  • Polkadot(DOT)
6 Oct 2022

What coin is next Bitcoin? ›

Cardano (ADA)

Cardano is a proof-of-stake blockchain platform. It's intended to be the next generation of the Ethereum network with a flexible blockchain and scalable platform for running smart contracts. Cardano was introduced as an “Ethereum killer” and a valuable alternative to Bitcoin.

Which crypto has biggest potential? ›

The 14 Best Cryptos With the Most Potential in 2022
  • Dash 2 Trade (D2T) - Overall Highest Potential Cryptocurrency that has Launched on Presale.
  • RobotEra (TARO) - New High Potential Project with Staking and ERC-20 Governance Token.
  • IMPT (IMPT) - High Potential Presale in the Carbon Offsetting Industry.
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How much does a Shiba Inu 2030 cost? ›

Shiba Inu price prediction March 2030: Shiba Inu's price for March 2030 according to our analysis should range between $0.0002 to $0.00023 and the average price of SHIB should be around $0.00021.

Will Ethereum go up 2023? ›

Ethereum forecast between 2023 and 2025

According to analysts, Ethereum will break through the psychological barrier of € 5,000 for the first time in 2023. Ethereum will continue the strong upward trend and concludes 2025 with a price of € 8,546. An increase of more than 1,000 % compared to 2021!

Is Ethereum a good long-term investment? ›

Regardless of when an investor picked up ETH, historically, it's been possible to turn a profit simply by waiting, making ETH a great long-term crypto investment. Investors that bought into the asset during its 2018 highs, would've had to wait until at least 2021 just to break even.

Where will ethereum end in 2022? ›

End of 2022 – Ethereum is making new lows to reach key support, which has been held for over a year. Once the price bounces off the key support, Ethereum could reach $2,000 by the end of the year. End of 2023 – At the $4,000 price region, Ethereum will encounter heavy resistance, the same as the last bull run.

Is it a good time to buy crypto? ›

Cryptocurrencies are most active during the work week, with prices starting low on Monday morning and steadily rising until they drop over the weekend. Pay attention to stock market trading hours as they have an effect on cryptocurrency trading, even though you can buy and sell cryptocurrencies 24/7.

Is ethereum a good investment 2023? ›

If you are an aggressive investor, though, and aim to identify tomorrow's crypto winners, Ethereum is a solid choice. It could help build your fortune in 2023 -- and beyond.

Is Ethereum expected to go up? ›

Many experts are still bullish, despite the recent slump, predicting ethereum's price could potentially hit and exceed $12,000 this year. Ethereum still had a relatively strong close to 2021.

What should I invest in Bitcoin or Ethereum? ›

Bitcoin for the long run

Of course, this does not guarantee that it will outperform Ethereum over the next six to 12 months. But it does suggest that Bitcoin is the better long-term investment, as long as you are willing to buy and HODL -- crypto lingo for "hold" -- Bitcoin for an extended period of time.

Is Ethereum better than Bitcoin? ›

The main difference between Ethereum and Bitcoin is the fact that Ethereum is programmable. That feature broadens the scope of Ethereum, making it more than just a digital currency. It makes Ethereum a marketplace for financial services, games and apps.

How many ethereum do I need to retire? ›

Now the big question is: How much Ethereum do you need to generate $7,300 per month for the next 25 years, beginning in the year 2025 that would take you from 2025 all the way to 2049. Well, the answer is: 72 ETH — assuming the Ethereum dominance model of 33 % of the total market cap of cryptocurrencies.

How much will ethereum be in 20 years? ›

Looking ahead to the end of the decade, DigitalCoinPrice predicted that the ethereum price in 2030 could reach $16,902.66, based on historical data.

What's next for ethereum? ›

Ethereum Price Prediction 2022-2030

All in all, as a long-term investment, Ethereum price predictions for 2022 to 2030 are looking rather positive. Both in the short-term and long-term, Ethereum is forecasted to increase. However, long-term estimates predict a greater rise in the value of ETH.

Is it worth investing in Bitcoin 2022? ›

Making money with Bitcoin (BTC) has become increasingly difficult in 2022. Prices have tumbled amid a widespread crypto crash. Promises of free Bitcoin are often scams. Bitcoin mining, once accessible to individual investors, is now so competitive that it's rarely a profitable venture for those with small setups.

Will Shiba Inu go up? ›

If the impact of the last halving is anything to go by, Shiba (SHIB) could easily rally to over $0.01 in 2024. That's because, at this point, its fundamentals will be much better than when it first pumped in 2020. For starters, a lot more people will be aware of Shiba Inu by 2024.

Why should I buy Bitcoin in 2022? ›

The high liquidity associated with Bitcoin makes it a potentially great investment vessel if you're looking for short-term profit. Digital currencies may also be a long-term investment due to their high market demand. Lower inflation risk.

Where is crypto headed 2022? ›

Bitcoin price predictions for 2022, 2025 and 2030

BTC is expected to end the year just a little higher than its current value with an average forecast of $21,344 by the end of 2022, according to Finder's panel of fintech specialists.

Is BTC going to crash more? ›

The crypto market has crashed before, and it will likely crash again so it's important to be ready. Cryptocurrencies are notoriously volatile and risky, so investors can see market swings of more than 50% in a matter of months and as much as 15% price gains within 24 hours.

Why is ethereum dropping? ›

This year, Ether prices have been depressed ever since the Federal Reserve announced its intention to institute a series of aggressive interest rate hikes in order to combat inflation. High interest rates dissuade consumers from investing in more risky assets, which includes crypto.

Will BTC continue to drop? ›

Ian Harnett, co-founder of Absolute Strategy Research, said past crypto rallies show bitcoin tends to fall roughly 80% from all-time highs. Such a drop in 2022 would likely drag the world's biggest token down to $13,000 — a “key support area,” according to Harnett.

How high will Shiba Inu go in 2025? ›

By 2025, our price prediction forecasts that Shiba Inu (SHIB) could be worth $0.000044.

What is the next cryptocurrency to boom? ›

Calvaria (RIA) - New Play to Earn Cryptos with Potential to Explode in 2022. Oryen Network - Reimagining Staking For Explosive Growth. Tamadoge (TAMA) - Exciting Meme Coin Project Pumping since IEO. Battle Infinity (IBAT) - NFT-Based Sports Fantasy P2E Platform and Ecosystem.

How much will I make if I Invest 100 in Ethereum? ›

Investing $100 in Ethereum (ETH) could bring returns of more than 85.24% in the short term, more than 238.43% in the medium term, and more than 517.47% in the long term.

Is Ethereum safe to invest? ›

Ethereum Price Performance from ICO to 2022

This will give you an idea of how its price moves and give you an idea of whether it is a good investment going into the future. On this front, Ethereum is a pretty good cryptocurrency to invest in in 2023. Ethereum entered the market in July 2015, trading at $0.75.

What is the best time of day to buy Ethereum? ›

If you want to save a bit of money from fees, you may want to consider trading between 12 AM and 4 AM (EST). This is the least busy time for ETH transactions since most folks in the United States are still asleep.

What is the best cryptocurrency to invest in 2022? ›

Best Crypto to Buy Now 2022
  • Dash 2 Trade (D2T) – Overall Best Crypto to Invest In Right Now.
  • RobotEra (TARO) – Best Crypto to Buy Now in the Gaming Niche.
  • IMPT (IMPT) – Innovative Carbon Offset Project in Early Presale Stages.
  • Calvaria (RIA) – Best Play to Earn Game With Scalable Crypto Offering Low Fees and High Bandwidth.
3 days ago

What is the cheapest crypto to buy? ›

12 cheap cryptocurrencies to buy or use
  1. Cardano (ADA) Cardano is a proof-of-stake blockchain platform that is founded on peer-reviewed research. ...
  2. Dogecoin (DOGE) ...
  3. Stellar (XLM) ...
  4. XRP (XRP) ...
  5. Chainlink (LINK) ...
  6. EOS (EOS) ...
  7. Polkadot (DOT) ...
  8. VeChain (VET)
4 Oct 2022

Which Crypto is most profitable to today? ›

Top Crypto By MCap
  • Bitcoin. ₹ 13,54,102. 0.11%
  • Ethereum. ₹ 98,075. 1.48%
  • Tether. ₹ 81.72. 0.00%
  • BNB. ₹ 25,745. 2.13%
  • USD Coin. ₹ 81.73. 0.07%
  • Binance USD. ₹ 81.71. -0.10%
  • XRP. ₹ 32.82. -2.56%

Which crypto coin is rising? ›

Top 150 fastest-growing cryptos
NamePriceVolume (24h)
Oxygen 840 OXY$ 0.0305$ 465.94K
COCOS BCX 297 COCOS$ 0.826$ 138.06M
DeFi Yield Protocol 889 DYP$ 0.217$ 3.90M
StarFish OS SFO$ 0.0083$ 314.67K
52 more rows

What is your price prediction for Ethereum in February 2022? ›

According to the technical analysis of Ethereum prices expected in 2022, the minimum cost of Ethereum will be $1,245.16. The maximum level that the ETH price can reach is $1,368.33. The average trading price is expected around $1,306.14.

Is it too late to buy Ethereum 2022? ›

But Ethereum, with its huge developer network, innovative dApps library, and pending conversion to a proof-of-stake mechanism, is one of the more promising blockchains people can invest in today. This cryptocurrency may have surged in value in the past few years, but it still looks like a solid buy in 2022.

What is the prediction for Ethereum in 2023? ›

Ethereum price prediction December 2023: Ethereum's price for December 2023 according to our analysis should range between $7113.37 to $8184.20 and the average price of ETH should be around $7648.79.

Will Ethereum price go up in 2023? ›

After a tough year like this one, though, it's possible Ethereum's positive developments and market strength will result in a rally in 2023. Considering the strengths I've mentioned above, Ethereum has what it takes to return to the high reached last year.

Why is Ethereum dropping? ›

This year, Ether prices have been depressed ever since the Federal Reserve announced its intention to institute a series of aggressive interest rate hikes in order to combat inflation. High interest rates dissuade consumers from investing in more risky assets, which includes crypto.

What will be the price of Ethereum in March 2022? ›

Joe McCann, Angel Investor and Crypto Margin Trading

McCann, being a trader himself is speculating that the price per Ethereum could reach as high as $50,000 per ETH by March 2022. The early Bitcoin investor and angel investor based the theory on an options contract strike price set to expire around that date.

What crypto is the next Bitcoin? ›

Cardano (ADA)

Cardano is a proof-of-stake blockchain platform. It's intended to be the next generation of the Ethereum network with a flexible blockchain and scalable platform for running smart contracts. Cardano was introduced as an “Ethereum killer” and a valuable alternative to Bitcoin.

How much will I make if I invest 100 in Ethereum? ›

Investing $100 in Ethereum (ETH) could bring returns of more than 85.24% in the short term, more than 238.43% in the medium term, and more than 517.47% in the long term.

Is Ethereum a good long term investment? ›

Regardless of when an investor picked up ETH, historically, it's been possible to turn a profit simply by waiting, making ETH a great long-term crypto investment. Investors that bought into the asset during its 2018 highs, would've had to wait until at least 2021 just to break even.

What is the ETH prediction in 2030? ›

According to the latest Ethereum price forecast, the price of ETH will reach $2,280 by the end of 2022, rising to $4,679 by the end of 2023 and $7,450 by the end of 2025. Ethereum will then rise to $8,650 in 2027, and $9,567 in 2030.

Is Ethereum a good investment 2023? ›

If you are an aggressive investor, though, and aim to identify tomorrow's crypto winners, Ethereum is a solid choice. It could help build your fortune in 2023 -- and beyond.

What is the future of Ethereum in 2025? ›

As per our Ethereum price prediction for 2025, the minimum, average, and maximum trade values may be around $2,921, $3,255, and $3,589 in the crypto market.

What is the price prediction for Ethereum? ›

According to our current Ethereum price prediction, the value of Ethereum is predicted to rise by 20.76% and reach $ 1,442.43 by November 29, 2022. According to our technical indicators, the current sentiment is Bearish while the Fear & Greed Index is showing 20 (Extreme Fear).

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