Lina crypto price prediction: Rebound or regress?
Linear Finance (LINA) is an Ethereum protocol developed from the concept of combining traditional finance with the cryptocurrency sector.
Dubbed “Liquids”, Linear Synthetic asset tokens indicate a scope of different assets, including commodities, cryptocurrencies and indices.
According to the official website, the focus is on providing a “superior user experience with better scalability and greater speed”.
This is enabled via Linear Finance’s cross-chain capabilities, which utilise Ethereum and partner chain networks. Founded by Drey Ng and Kevin Tai, the protocol is constructed from multiple products. The base is represented by the Buildr DApp component that holds the whole protocol in line. Investors stake the native LINA token to mint the stablecoin dubbed LUSD, completely utilized via the platform.
Users are then allowed to push their LUSD through the protocol’s exchange, allowing them to trade the Liquids. At the time of writing, users could trade 20 assets on the exchange, including tokenised gold and silver.
Traders then can change their Liquids or tokens to another blockchain type with the so-called Swap DApp. This is pretty convenient when it comes to “composability” with other DeFi platforms.
Also, there are even more benefits native tokens have. Instead of trading, investors can put their LUSD into the vault and earn interest in LUSD, BUSD and LINA.
LINA’s past performance
By launching the public sale of its token in September 2020, LINA had quickly gained popularity among traders, especially after it reached $1.8 million in seed funding.
The finance token pumped to its record of $0.03 on 19 September, after the release of a pre-staking program. According to the company, stakers on the first day earned the retaliation of a more than 1,500% annual percentage yield.
5 years LINA Price Prediction
If we have the newest geopolitical situation in mind, where traders are not willing to risk and are seeking more stable and quicker profits, LINA may seem as a ‘bad’ long-term investment.
If the investors’ sentiment does not change and goes toward more stable assets, the coin’s average price could decline to $0.0028 by the end of 2022 and $0.0014 by the end of 2025.
In five years, LINA could plunge to $0.0012.
On the other hand, if we take a more bullish approach, Ethereum stays stable and investors diminish their fears, the Linear Finance could grow to $0.012 at the end of this year and grow to $0.020 in 2023.
In 2025, the LINA crypto price could hop to $0.033 in 2025 and hit $0.08 in 2030.
Author: Teuta Franjkovic
A sincere writer with a strong will to share knowledge on all things blockchain, crypto, metaverse and DeFi. Starting out as a writer with Cosmopolitan, Teuta has risen through the ranks of business journalism, editing newspapers and websites within the fintech industry for over 15 years. She holds a double MA in Public Politics and Entrepreneurship.
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