Pseudonymous crypto analyst Altcoin Sherpa expressed concerns over Solana‘s SOL/USD current upward trajectory.
In a series of tweets, the trader warned of a potential sell-off, suggesting that the cryptocurrency might take some time to establish a solid bottom.
This insight comes at a crucial juncture in the digital asset landscape, emphasizing the importance of understanding market dynamics. Such topics are set to be at the forefront of discussions at Benzinga’s Future of Digital Assets conference on Nov. 14, where industry experts will delve into the latest trends and challenges in the crypto realm.
Altcoin Sherpa’s tweets highlighted the recurring pattern of rallies over the past few weeks, each resulting in a subsequent lower high.
While the analyst acknowledged the appeal of accumulating SOL at prices below $20 for long-term investors, he also cautioned about the potential impact of the large supply on the market in the coming months.
In a related tweet, Chris Burniske, a partner at the crypto-focused venture capital firm Placeholder, offered a different perspective.
He pointed out that only approximately 13% of FTX’s SOL holdings are liquid, implying that the situation might not be as dire as some believe.
Burniske further commented on the inherent flaws in every entity, be it humans, institutions, or coins.
Drawing parallels with Ethereum ETH/USD and Bitcoin BTC/USD, both of which have faced challenges yet achieved new all-time highs, he emphasized the resilience inherent in many entities, despite their flaws.