Predictions for Cryptocurrencies Prices: Ethereum Will Break Through to $4000, Polkadot Will Continue to Rise

Polkadot has now established a number of parachains that are connected to the company's blockchain network. Each parachain functions on top of the Polkadot network, much like a blockchain and cryptocurrency.

Final reminder to purchase Ethereum before it reaches $4,000

While the surge in the Ethereum price appears stretched for another leg up, a modest correction will take the edge off, allowing for another leap up. On-chain data point to a likelihood of a short-term correction with a bullish view for ETH in the long run.


Polkadot Cryptocurrency Is Increasing in Popularity Due to the Popularity of Its Subchains

Polkadot's price is continuing its upward trajectory, as shown by the 2020 fractal. If history is any guide, DOT and its holders are likely to succeed in the future.


Polkadot (DOT-USD) is on the rise again following a bottom of $14.38 on Feb. 24. Polkadot is, however, far off its lows as of March 28, trading at $22.34.

According to, the 11th largest cryptocurrency and blockchain platform has a $22 billion market cap. However, it is still 18.2 percent below its year-end price.

However, its popularity, application cases, and usefulness are increasing.

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