Solana bulls target $200, investors looking at Rebel Satoshi meme coin

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    Solana (SOL) is steadily rising but some investors are beginning to pivot towards Rebel Satoshi, a new meme coin project.

    Solana price prediction

    On Feb. 27, the Solana Renaissance hackathon was announced, and it will be supported by the Colosseum. This event will start on March 4 and end on April 8, with prizes and pre-seed funding up for grabs.

    SOL prices have been steadily rising since then.

    On Feb. 27, SOL traded at $108.39, but rose to $129.70 on March 2.

    Experts remain overly confident, expecting the coin to retest $150.32 by the end of March.

    On the flip side, some analysts think SOL might cool off to $117.54 by next week.

    Rebel Satoshi presale status

    Rebel Satoshi, a meme coin project challenging centralized crypto entities, secured $2.5 million in its 3-month presale.

    RBLZ prices rose from $0.010 to $0.025 by the end of the Recusants Round 5, which was the final presale stage.

    The governance and utility token offers access to the broader Rebel Satoshi ecosystem, comprising a play-to-earn (P2E) game, an NFT marketplace, and a stake-to-earn program.

    Although Rebel Satoshi embodies the essence of rebellion, a big part of the project involves fostering a sense of community.

    RBLZ will be listed on Uniswap and central exchanges (CEXs) like CoinStore at $0.025. 

    Meanwhile, the RBLZ Arcade, a platform offering games and merchandise, will be availed in March.

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