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Flare Price Prediction 2024: What Next for FLR?

Last Updated April 4, 2024 10:52 AM
Peter Henn
Last Updated April 4, 2024 10:52 AM

Key Takeaways

  • Flare’s FLR tokens were distributed to XRP holders.
  • FLR struggled a bit after its launch in 2023. 
  • What’s next for FLR?
  • One Flare price prediction says it can reach $0.1458 next year.

The Flare coin came out to no little fanfare in early 2023. Since then, though, it has struggled. On August 18, 2023, it fell to an all-time low. While there has been a recovery since then, it is a fair way from where it was when it first came out. 

That said, work is underway to turn Flare into a Proof-of-Stake blockchain which should make it quicker, cheaper, and more environmentally friendly. 

On September 12, 2023 the blockchain announced it was launching the second stage of its upgrade. In a website post , it said: “We are about to enter the second phase of Flare’s staking transition. This phase opens validator staking on Flare’s P-Chain to all network participants and merges the role of validation with the provision of decentralized data.”

After an anticipation spanning nearly two years, Flare’s FLR tokens were finally distributed  to XRP holders, commencing in mid-January 2024 amid a flurry of excitement within the community. However, the tokens were swiftly sold off by recipients shortly after receipt, sparking widespread discussion.

The token peaked in February after a $35 million private funding round.

By April 4 2024, FLR was worth about $0.0419.

Flare did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

But what is Flare (FLR)? How does Flare work? Let’s see what we can find out, and also take a look at some of the Flare Price Predictions that were being made as of April 4, 2024.

Flare Coin Price Prediction

Let’s examine some of the Flare price predictions being made on April 4, 2024. It is crucial to bear in mind that price forecasts, particularly for a potentially volatile asset like cryptocurrency, often turn out to be inaccurate. Additionally, please remember that many long-term crypto price predictions are generated using algorithms, which means they can change at any time.

2024 2025 2030
Prediction #1 $0.085 $0.10 $0.30
Prediction #2 $0.0504 $0.0718 $0.4697
Prediction #3 $0.1041 $0.1458 $0.3541

First, CoinCodex  had a short-term Flare price prediction that saw the coin climb to $0.054 by April 9 before shooting up to around $0.1331 by May 4. The site’s technical analysis was highly bullish, with 24 indicators sending positive signals and just one making a bearish one. 

Flare Price Prediction for 2024

DigitalCoinPrice  said that Flare would reach $0.0696 this year, while PricePrediction.net  thought it would trade at $0.0504. Bitnation ’s Flare price forecast had it hit $0.1041 in 2024.

Flare Price Prediction for 2025

Bitnation said FLR would trade at $0.1458 in 2025. DigitalCoinPrice was just behind, arguing the coin could reach $0.10 that year. PricePrediction.net had FLR trade at $0.0718 next year.

Flare Price Prediction for 2030

Looking at a more long-term Flare Price Prediction, PricePrediction.net said the coin would stand at $0.4697 in 2030. Bitnation said it would get to $0.3541 that year. DigitalCoinPrice’s FLR price prediction said it would get to $0.30 at the start of the next decade.

Google BardAI Price Prediction for Flare (as of April 4)

Google’s BardAI platform gave the following price prediction for Flare on April 4. Please remember that the exact price prediction of an asset or cryptocurrency in the future is nearly impossible to achieve. Additionally, artificial intelligent price predictions are predicated on past performances and are in no way entirely accurate.


Short-term (next few months):

  • FLR could see a range of $0.04 – $0.07. This is based on current market volatility and the typical hold time of around a year, suggesting limited price swings in the short term.

Medium-term (next 1-2 years):

  • FLR might reach $0.08 – $0.12. This prediction considers potential factors like:
    • Increased adoption of FLR in smart contracts and DeFi applications.
    • Overall growth of the cryptocurrency market.
    • Developments on the Flare Network that improve its functionality.

Long-term (next 5+ years):

  • FLR’s price is more speculative, with predictions ranging from $0.20 – $0.30 or even higher ($0.60 – $9.78) depending on the source. Here’s why:
    • Long-term success hinges on the wider adoption of the Flare Network and its utility for transferring value and data between blockchains.
    • Significant growth in the entire crypto market would further increase FLR’s value.

Important to remember:

  • These are predictions, not guarantees. The cryptocurrency market is highly volatile and influenced by various factors.
  • Do your own research before making any investment decisions. Consider factors like the project’s roadmap, team, and market competition.

Additional factors to consider:

  • Any regulatory changes impacting cryptocurrency could affect FLR’s price.
  • Competition from other data bridging and smart contract platforms.

Recent Updates from Flare

On February 23 2024, Flare announced  it had received as much as $35 million worth of funding from a range of sources, including Kinetic and Aves Lair. 


FLR Price History

Now, let’s look at the Flare price history . While we should never take past performance as an indicator of future results, knowing what the coin has achieved can provide us with some very useful context if we want to make or interpret a Flare price prediction. 

Flare Price History
Flare peaked in February 2024 | Credit: CoinMarketCap

Flare, originally called Spark, came out in early 2023. On January 10 of that year, it was worth $0.0797. This price still serves as the coin’s all-time high, because it dropped soon afterwards. It fell below $0.03 in the middle of March before recovering to $0.04 at the end of the month. 

FLR then went on another downturn. Things were made worse in June when the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) sued the Binance and Coinbase exchanges. This, coupled with Crypto.com (CRO) suspending its US institutional operations, saw the market tank. As a result, Flare dropped to $0.01357 on June 15. 

The coin was able to make something of a recovery after this, breaking past $0.017 in late June, but has still struggled. It has not got anywhere near the $0.02 barrier. By August 18, with the market struggling following a combination of Elon Musk’s SpaceX offloading millions of dollars worth of Bitcoin (BTC) and a rise in US Government Bond Yields, FLR dropped to a low of $0.0123. 

Flare’s recent performance

Following that, it managed to make something of a recovery and, on August 30, it was worth $0.0142. Early September saw another downturn and it fell to an all-time low of $0.01116 on September 13, 2023. It ended 2023 at $0.01874 and started an uptrend, peaking at $0.05417 on February 26. Since then, it has slipped somewhat and, on April 4 2024, it was worth about $0.0419.

At that time, there were 36.7 billion FLR in circulation, out of a total supply of just under 100.6 billion. This gave the token a market cap of around $1.5 billion, making it the 67th largest crypto by that metric.

Flare Price Analysis

Flare Price Analysis
FLR has dropped since February.

Flare’s value hit a low in October 19, 2023 before climbing to hit its peak in late February.  As it encountered resistance it fell by more than 45% to $0.028 on March 20. 

It recovered, and there are two possibilities ahead.  One one hand,  the March 20 low could have been the end of its corrective phase, in which case the upward movement since then is a new uptrend that should break out above $0.050 and lead to a new high of $0.10. 

On the other hand, it could find resistance once more and be sent to another descending move for a lower low than March 20, potentially falling to $0.018. This would mean that its corrective stage hasn’t ended, but once FLR establishes a higher price plateau, it could be sent into an upward trajectory later in 2024

Is Flare a Good Investment?

It is difficult to tell. FLR has cooled off from its February peak, and we don’t know if and when it can make a lasting upturn. 

On the other hand, Flare’s developers appear to be pretty proactive, making changes and preparing updates to the blockchain. It remains to be see what, if any, effect these will have.  

As ever with crypto, you will need to make sure you do your own research before deciding whether or not to invest in FLR.

Will Flare go up or down?

No one can really tell right now. While the Flare crypto price predictions are largely positive, price predictions have a well-earned reputation for being wrong. Keep in mind, too, that prices can, and do, go down as well as up. 

Should I invest in Flare?

Before you decide whether or not to invest in Flare, you will have to do your own research, not only on FLR, but on other, related, coins and tokens such as Ethereum (ETH). Either way, you will also need to make sure that you never invest more money than you can afford to lose.

Who are the Founders of Flare?

The Flare Network was founded by a team of experienced blockchain and fintech professionals, including Hugo Philion and Sean Rowan, with the goal of enabling smart contract functionality for multiple networks.

Fact Box

Supply and distribution Figures
Total supply 100,559,787,198
Circulating supply (as of April 4, 2024) 36,795,352,178 (36.59% of total supply)

From the Whitepaper

In its technical documentation, or whitepaper , Flare says that it is a blockchain for data.

It adds: “Flare’s aim is to provide data as a public good, meaning that data is not controlled by a centralized entity and is available to all.

“Flare can advance the development of more blockchain use cases where data is important, such as in DeFi, gaming, NFT, music, and social networks.”

Flare (FLR) Explained

The Flare  blockchain is designed to work with decentralized data. The system allows developers to work with information from a range of blockchains and other online applications. 

Crypto entrepreneurs Hugo Philion, Sean Rowan and Nairi Usher set up Flare in 2020. However, its native coin, originally called Spark, did not come out until early 2023. 

The Flare coin, also known by its FLR ticker handle, supports the Flare network. 

How Flare Works

Flare is transitioning to a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism. This means that people will be able to add blocks to the blockchain based on how much FLR they hold.  

Flare contains three linked chains. They are

  • The P-chain, where staking will take place.
  • The C-chain, where the community interacts.
  • The X-chain, for monetary transactions. This chain is currently unused.

FLR pays for transactions on the system. People can also wrap their FLR. This means they can lock it into a smart contract, a computer program that automatically executes once certain conditions are met, to create an equivalent token on another blockchain. Wrapped FLR holders can vote on changes to the network.

People can also buy, sell, and trade FLR on crypto exchanges.

Bitcoin Attention Tracker

Flare (FLR) Google Search Volume
Flare (FLR) Google search volume | Credit: Google

Here is a chart for the Flare (FLR) Google search volume for the past 90 days. This represents how many times the term “Flare (FLR)” has been Googled over the previous 90 days.


How many Flare are there?

On April 4, 2024, there were 36.7 billion FLR in circulation, out of a total supply of just under 100.6 billion.

Will Flare reach $0.10?

It might do. Bitnation said it would get there this year and DigitalCoinPrice said it would reach that level next year. Meanwhile, PricePrediction.net had it break 10 cents in 2026. 

Keep in mind that FLR has never traded at $0.10. Its highest ever price was $0.0797, which it reached in January 2023.

What is Flare used for?

FLR pays for transactions on the Flare blockchain. It can be wrapped to give holders a vote in changes to the network. People can also buy, sell, and trade FLR on exchanges.


Please note that the contents of this article are not financial or investing advice. The information provided in this article is the author’s opinion only and should not be considered as offering trading or investing recommendations. We do not make any warranties about the completeness, reliability and accuracy of this information. The cryptocurrency market suffers from high volatility and occasional arbitrary movements. Any investor, trader, or regular crypto users should research multiple viewpoints and be familiar with all local regulations before committing to an investment.

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