- Finder recently sampled the opinions of 53 crypto experts on the future valuation of Cardano.
- The average opinion was that ADA will end 2022 and 2025 at $0.6 and $3, respectively.
- However, some expressed great pessimism for ADA, saying, “there is a use case for Cardano, and it will eventually go away.”
Following a massive recovery in the crypto market this week, industry experts have made somewhat optimistic predictions for Cardano (ADA). A Finder survey of cryptocurrency experts indicates that the value of ADA will be $0.63 by the end of 2022 and $2.93 by 2025.
Finder, a leading comparison website, runs quarterly surveys of industry experts, asking for their thoughts on how various cryptocurrencies will perform over the next decade. In its July 2022 survey, it asked a panel of 53 industry specialists to give their predictions on Cardano’s price between now and 2030.
These fintech specialists think it will take eight years for ADA to hit $6.54. Before the market collapsed in January, the panel had predicted ADA would close out 2022 at $2.79, a value now closer to their current projection for 2025. The $6.54 forecast for 2030 is incredibly conservative than the $58.04 they had predicted back in January 2022.
Dr. Iwa Salami, co-director of the Centre of FinTech at the University of East London, sees continuous utility for ADA going forward.
I think the relevance of the Cardano blockchain, particularly as it seeks to foster financial inclusion in developing economies, is very significant and is likely to expand its long-term use, and therefore have a positive impact on the price of ADA.
The CEO of Router Protocol, Ramani Ramachandran, is not as sold on the use case of ADA going forward. He even predicted the coin would end in 2022 worth just $0.20.
Permission.io Executive Chairman Charles Silver expressed pessimism about ADA’s future, adding that he does not “believe there is a use case for Cardano, and it will eventually go away.”