Linear Finance is a decentralized Delta-One asset protocol compatible with cross-chains with unlimited liquidity; A non-custodial, cross-chain-compatible Delta ONE asset protocol. Its long-term DeFi vision is to increase inclusiveness and democratize access to both digital and traditional investment activities
It allows users to trade liquid assets quickly, seamlessly and cost-effectively with cross-chain compatibility and serves in the creation of synthetic assets with zero slippage.
All this is possible by combining considerable technical expertise from numerous crypto projects with extensive financial experience in exotic and structured assets of traditional global asset management firms.
platform’s native token, is what underpins the entire process. It has a variety of use cases that will be further expanded below along with its tokenomics, team members, and more.
LINA Price Prediction 2021
Below we take a look at LINA and review some details and forecasts to estimate a reasonable price for 2021, as well as for the coming years. It should be noted that while price forecasts are data-driven and are often analyzed by AI, they should never be taken as financial advice nor be used as a solid basis for an investment, and neither should this article. Users are always advised to do their own research on the projects they wish to invest in.
The entire cryptocurrency world is on the verge of complete collapse. Bitcoin fell 75% from its all-time high amid broader market declines caused by furious inflation and the US Fed’s rate hikes.
When you add the most recent collapses of huge industry players (FTX, Celsius, Moon etc.) into the equation, the horizon is murky and there will be more blood on the streets of the crypto city.
Investors are selling risky assets and moving to more stable markets. Crypto is still perceived as a very risky game and therefore sell off.
Our algo still sees some green in 2023, especially in the second half of the year. This is reflected in our forecast for 2023.
Right now, Bitcoin needs to find a bottom before we can move in the opposite direction and reverse the trend.
Once Bitcoin settles into the new price range, altcoins will start doing the same – we’ve seen this scenario dozens of times in distant and more recent history.
Our price forecasting model is bearish for the next 90 days with a hint of a bull market straddling quarters from Q1 to Q2. We expect whales and other larger players in the market to finish filling their bags around that time, which will cause a typical and sudden crypto spike.
The fundamentals we evaluate are teams, tokenomics, use case, community, marketing efforts, liquidity and availability of exchange, hype and speculative potential, and some other proprietary factors developed in our crypto lab.
Below is a tabular overview of how LINA will develop in the short term (for the next 90 days), according to our forecast model:
LINA supports Linear’s collateralized debt pool, which is the backbone of the Linear protocol; Eventually it can start supporting other assets, both digital and real. Users who have provided secured assets to the debt pool are able to “build” linear USD (lUSD) which can then be used to purchase synthetic (liquid) assets on the exchange. Secured assets are then bundled to allow instant liquidity and act as a counterparty
In addition to being a collateral token, it is also governance, allowing holders to vote on distribution models, assets to be listed, oracle selection, pledge ratio, and so on, and LINA holders within the debt pool will get pro-rata fees from building liquids
Both total and maximum supply are limited to 10,000,000,000 tokens
Of which about 3,900,000,000 tokens in circulation
And currently initial inflation is set at 60%
Some additional data:
Its market cap sits at around $228,500,000 – about $573,300,000 when fully diluted
Since the maximum supply has been determined, there are no fears that future tokens will be minted; this means that any inflation that needs to occur is limited to the total supply put into circulation and the price of LINA cannot be further inflated beyond that point.
Linear Finance was co-founded by individuals Drey Ng and Kevin Tai, the former of whom is a blockchain instructor and co-founder and current chief product officer of Liquefy, and the latter a Harvard Business School graduate and former vice president of Credit Suisse in Hong Kong. At the time of writing, the company has about 8 employees.
The team’s main social media account is Twitter, which currently welcomes over 42,000 followers who interact with their tweets by the hundreds. Speaking of tweets, their main focus is on the project and updates, events and new listings, just to name a few. Although the account doesn’t always engage in hyping, in some cases it subtly promotes the token — as in this tweet — and often retweets other posts that share similar sentiments. Although this is not an important red flag, it inspires caution and it is recommended to keep a reasonably watchful eye on the account.
The team also has an ad group on Telegram that has about 5,000 subscribers tuning in for updates, which they receive in the form of links to the project’s tweets.
The project itself uses simplistic graphics, with a combination of white, gray, blue and black colors that make up a calm, modern and smooth palette. The tone of voice used by the team is modern, but does not stand out in any particular way; is up-to-date with today’s PR standards, uses hashtags sensibly and rarely emojis.
The community, on the other hand, is mainly present on two platforms: Discord and Telegram. The former currently has about 7,800 members, and the latter has about 9,400 in its global group and a combined number of about 2,600 in its regional subgroups.
Although not mentioned on the website — implying it’s not official — there’s a subreddit dedicated to the project called r/LinearFinance. There are only about 600 members subscribed, and the diver himself is rather inactive, with the last post made about 25 days ago at the time of writing.
Overall community activity depends on the platform; as they seem to be mostly active on Twitter, while their unofficial subreddit is pretty cold. The results are mixed, but such different levels of activity are expected from new projects in crowded spaces. On the plus side, compared to other projects, their Twitter seems to be doing well considering the circumstances.
Wallet Exchanges and Support
At the moment, there are about 24 exchanges with LINA and at least 4 reputable wallets where users can hold their LINA tokens.
Market price prediction
Here’s what the different price predictors for the LINA token predict for 2021 and the coming years:
Wallet Investor currently expects a price of ~$0.09 (+60%**) for the year 2021 and for 5 years, ~$0.28 (+400%**). It ranks LINA as a “C” in terms of price predictability, a kind of neutral score that is neither good nor bad.
Digital currency price*
This particular predictor also predicts positive movements, but to a lesser extent. It is priced at ~$0.08 (+50%**) for 2021 and ~$0.19 (+235%**) for 2026.
Trading Beasts forecasts an average price of ~$0.07 (+25%**) for the end of 2021 and by the end of 2024, an average price of ~$0.17 (+200%**), in a tone slightly similar to that of its counterparts.
*These forecasts are only supplementary data and should not be taken as financial advice
**Percentages are based on current value and may change at any time
LINA Price Prediction 2023
Our forecast model predicts a temporary shift to a bear market in early 2022 before moving to another lead in Q3 and Q4 of 2022.
LINA Price Forecast 2025 – 2030 – 2040
Our forecast model sees LINA reaching new highs in 2025 and the price below:
2030 and 2040 are too far away for a reasonable prediction, but 2-10x of our 2025 is certainly plausible.
Where and how to buy LINA
Where to buy Lina:
LINA is available on dozens of exchanges, including but not limited to: Binance, 1inch, Pancakeswap, FTX, Huobi, and Sushiswap. 
How to buy Lina:
The process of buying cryptocurrencies may differ from one exchange to another, but here are solid guidelines on how to buy LINA:
- Select an exchange that supports LINA and check the KYC (account verification) requirements and available payment methods.
- Create an account on your preferred exchange.
- Buy LINA with your preferred payment method.
Already have an account on an exchange that supports LINA?
- Buy LINA with your preferred payment method.
- Exchange some of your tokens for LINA.
Note: When buying or exchanging tokens, some exchanges may have minimum amounts. In addition, most exchanges issue variable fees for purchases and swaps.
The following wallets are widely used, reliable and support the LINA token:
- Binance Chain Wallet
- wallet Trust
Linear’s long-term vision, according to their white paper, is two-side: to provide a platform for any user to gain exposure to a wide range of activities without slippage and settlement time; and to act as a trusted gateway with cryptocurrency adoption and the collaboration of Decentralized Finance and Centralized Finance.
The last part of their vision is the most interesting, since one scenario that we could see as DeFi sees wider adoption, is the somewhat odd collaboration of DeFi and CeFi. Although unlikely, it is in the realm of possibility, and a project like Linear with all its tools, capabilities, and services, could play a big enough role to justify an increase in the price of its LINA token – which in turn is essential to the Linear protocol.