Ethereum (ETH) price predictions / forecasts for 2024-2050

Cryptocurrencies /
Alex Macris

Since the launch of Ethereum, a decentralised, open-source blockchain platform for computing, in 2015, the native currency, Ether (ETH), has seen notable milestones, including times of rapid growth and corrections. This reflects the changing dynamics of the cryptocurrency market, technological improvements inside the Ethereum ecosystem, and external factors that influence investor sentiment.

To evaluate an abundance of predictions from various financial sources and analysts regarding the future of ETH, we examine Ethereum, the problems it seeks to solve, the challenges it faces, and the key factors that have historically influenced ETH's price.

While forecasting the value of a specific asset and its respective market is critical for traders and investors to make informed decisions and avoid economic losses, it is still a speculative endeavour—not only do price prediction methods have limitations and inherent inaccuracies, but in the case of crypto, the problem is exacerbated as it has only been around for a little more than a decade. As a result, cryptocurrencies lack extensive historical data supporting predictions about assets like gold and silver, which have served as currencies for thousands of years.


What are Ethereum and Ether (ETH)?

With a market cap of more than $300 billion, Ether is the second-largest cryptocurrency behind Bitcoin (BTC). ETH is a critical component of the Ethereum ecosystem, acting as a digital currency, an investment vehicle, and a utility token for network transactions and smart contracts.

Ethereum, proposed by Vitalik Buterin in late 2013 to overcome limitations in Bitcoin's scripting language, introduced groundbreaking concepts such as smart contracts and decentralised applications, resulting in diverse assets and industries such as Decentralised Finance (DeFi), Non-fungible tokens (NFTs), Decentralised Autonomous Organisations (DAOs), and Web3.

Ethereum's transparent blockchain improves security by making all transactions publicly viewable and unalterable. It promotes interoperability with various blockchains, ensuring smooth communication between networks. This transparency, combined with security, makes Ethereum an ideal environment for smart contracts, automating legal processes, and powering decentralised applications.

Smart contracts have paved the way for the rise of Decentralised Finance (DeFi), which provides peer-to-peer financial services and enables users to cooperate, invest, borrow, and create passive income without the need for traditional intermediaries such as banks or brokers. Consequently, one of the first Ethereum use cases to emerge was the potential for businesses to generate funds for projects by generating and selling their own tokens based on the Ethereum ERC-20 token standard.

Ether is used to pay for computations on Ethereum's embedded computer, the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), enabling users to execute smart contracts or use decentralised applications. As a result, a minimum number of ETH is required to participate in the Ethereum network and use its features.

The rising popularity of the Ethereum network posed a significant challenge since transaction costs, known as Gas, soared to unsustainable levels, particularly during bull runs. This surge sparked the emergence of powerful competitors like Cardano (ADA) and Solana (SOL), which aimed to solve Ethereum's scalability and efficiency difficulties.

In response to these problems, Ethereum introduced a significant network update known as The Merge on September 15, 2022. The revision signalled the move from the energy-intensive Proof-of-Work (PoW) consensus method to the more environmentally friendly Proof-of-Stake (PoS). Validators, chosen based on the amount of ether they own and stake, replaced miners under PoS, drastically decreasing energy usage and contributing to a more sustainable method of safeguarding the Ethereum network. However, it is worth noting that despite the move to a proof-of-stake (PoS), concerns about centralisation remain. Staking requires a significant amount of ETH, concentrating power within a small number of significant holders, which undermines PoS security guarantees.

Ethereum still faces several significant challenges that might threaten its long-term viability. Scalability, for one, is crucial since the current design cannot manage large transaction volumes, resulting in network congestion, slower processing rates, and higher gas fees. Improvements are vitally important for the wider adoption of the Ethereum blockchain, which will have a knock-on effect on the adoption of dApps, DeFi, NFTs.

While Ethereum's decentralised nature is innovative, it also introduces security risks and smart contract weaknesses, necessitating continual work to enhance the platform's security. Furthermore, achieving interoperability with other blockchains and technologies remains challenging, preventing smooth communication between diverse networks—a key component for mainstream blockchain adoption.

To address these issues, the Ethereum community is actively exploring and developing a variety of solutions, including layer 2 scalability, cross-chain interoperability schemes, improved user experiences, rigorous security audits, and decentralised governance structures.

Overcoming these challenges is critical to guaranteeing the long-term success of the Ethereum platform and its applications, and hence the demand and price of ETH.

The current circulating supply of ETH surpasses 120 million. Unlike Bitcoin, which has a maximum total supply of 21 million BTC, Ethereum has no maximum supply, which means that new ether can be produced to reward validators.



How can we analyse the price of ETH?

In addition to the fundamentals outlined before, technical analysis is used to anticipate future market behaviour and determine the value of an asset. Investigating on-chain metrics and the underlying "tokenomics" in cryptocurrency may enhance the trader's toolkit.

Technical Analysis

Technical analysis is the examination of historical market data, particularly price and volume, to anticipate future price movements. It uses a variety of indicators and chart patterns to spot trends and possible trading opportunities.

Some common technical indicators used to analyse Ethereum's price are:

  • Moving averages (MAs) are crucial trend indicators that smooth price data to show clear direction. The 200-day simple moving average (SMA) is a widely watched indicator, with a bullish signal above it and a bearish signal below it.
  • The Relative Strength Index (RSI) measures the speed and change of price movements, identifying overbought or oversold conditions in asset trading.
  • Volume Indicators measure the strength of a price trend.

These indicators are used to forecast future price movements, identify market trends, and make informed trading decisions based on historical data patterns.

On-chain metrics

On-chain metrics, which are available through platforms such as Glassnode, MLQ, and The Block, also play an important role in evaluating Ethereum's performance and are used to supplement research and investment decisions. They can provide essential information on the health of the network, investor sentiment, valuation, and smart contract activity.

Network health indicators, including daily active addresses, transaction volume, and miner outflows, provide insights into the general well-being and usage of the Ethereum network. Investor sentiment is measured using metrics such as ‘holders making money at the current price,’ ‘concentration by large holders,’ and ‘bid-ask volume imbalance.’

On-chain metrics are essential for valuation analysis, complementing fundamental and technical assessments. Exploring total supply, daily issuance, and exchange inflows and outflows through on-chain data helps to understand Ethereum's supply and demand dynamics.

Furthermore, on-chain analytics support smart contract analysis by tracking factors such as gas usage, contract calls, and contract generation, which provide information about the efficiency and popularity of individual smart contracts.


Tokenomics refers to a cryptocurrency's supply characteristics. Because the price is the point at which the quantity demanded equals the quantity supplied, it is critical to obtain this information before initiating a trade. Sites such as,, and provide answers to:

  • How many coins are circulating right now?
  • If all of them are released, what will be the total supply?
  • At what rate will these tokens be distributed?
  • What variables affect the pace of release?

If the total market capitalisation when all tokens are in circulation, also known as the fully diluted valuation, is high in comparison to the present market value, the supply may cause extreme selling pressure in the future.


What affects ETH’s price?

Like any other financial asset, ether's price is subject to a variety of fundamental and speculative factors.

While the Bitcoin and Ethereum networks have different goals and their native currencies are not competitors, the price of BTC, as the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalisation, has been a key driver of the price of all cryptocurrencies, including ether. In recent years, however, the price of ETH has begun to deviate from the correlation.

This can be attributed to increased institutional adoption, diverging growth trajectories, and decoupling from traditional finance.


  • For the first time since 2021, the BTC: ETH correlation fell below its average of 0.71.
  • This decline coincided with the start of Bitcoin spot ETF trading, indicating that ETFs may have an impact on the price divergence between BTC and ETH.
  • ETH and BTC are increasingly developing separate narratives. The impact of ETH ETFs is unknown, but Ethereum has other potential growth narratives, such as Layer 2 development and restaking.

Because of this decoupling, Ethereum's price movement has become more independent, potentially making it a more appealing investment option for investors seeking diversification.


Naturally, factors other than Bitcoin's influence also have an impact on the price of ETH. Positive news and endorsements from influential figures contribute to market sentiment, while the adoption, user activity, and circulating supply of ETH play crucial roles in shaping demand and supply dynamics. 

The use of ether in high-profile projects or business blockchain solutions has an additional impact on its value. Upgrades in network performance, scalability, and security instill confidence among investors, directly affecting the price. Additionally, the presence of alternative blockchain platforms like BNB Chain, Cardano, and Solana, coupled with regulatory developments, introduces volatility.  

Global economic factors, including inflation, financial crises, and currency devaluation, drive investors towards alternative assets such as cryptocurrencies. This increased demand often contributes to rising prices.  

Large ETH holders, commonly referred to as "whales," hold significant sway in the market, engaging in substantial transactions that result in price fluctuations. Whales can leverage their positions to navigate and capitalise on the broader trends driven by economic uncertainties, thereby contributing to the rapid price fluctuations inherent in the speculative cryptocurrency market. 
For ETH/USD traders, vigilant monitoring of data releases and statements from influential organisations is crucial. Key players like the Ethereum Foundation, actively involved in network development, and co-founder Vitalik Buterin, whose influence extends through social media and interviews, significantly impact Ethereum's trajectory. 

Decentralised Finance (DeFi) projects, such as Maker DAO, Aave, Compound, and Uniswap, are major drivers of demand for ETH. Developments related to these protocols can significantly impact ETH prices. Initial coin offerings (ICOs) and token sales that gain attention and participation have the potential to sway ETH prices. Enterprise adoption of blockchain solutions can also boost confidence and drive demand for ETH. 

Regulatory developments and major exchange listings also play crucial roles, influencing investor sentiment, ETH liquidity, and trading volume. While crackdowns cause uncertainty and selloffs, regulatory clarity enhances investor confidence.


Historical price performance

Lowest and highest prices yearly, since 2015 (from


Lowest price (USD)

Highest price (USD)

Average price* (USD)


0.42 3.54 0.91


0.93 21.52 9.55


7.98 881.94 360.33


82.83 1,432.88 514.25


102.93 361.40 179.11


95.18 621.17 238.93


718.11 4,891.70 2,882.92


896.11 3,876.79 2,238.68


1,192.89 2,445.02 1,795.16

* Calculated by taking the sum of the daily closing prices and dividing it by the number of days in the year.

Previous cycles highs and lows 





Pullback %




81.20 -94.3%




896.11 -81.7%

ETH's historically volatile performance began in 2015, at around $0.74, and dropped as low as $0.42 that same year.

In 2016, the Decentralised Autonomous Organisation (DAO), an investment fund built on the Ethereum blockchain, was hacked, resulting in a withdrawal of ETH from the fund. Ethereum developers controversially hard forked the network (branched the blockchain, splitting the cryptocurrency into two), resulting in Ethereum Classic (ETC) and Ethereum (ETH), thereby returning the blockchain to its state before the hack had taken place. The year also saw ETH become the second cryptocurrency to be listed on the leading cryptocurrency exchange, Coinbase, expanding its market reach.

ETH climbed to a peak exceeding $1,400 in January 2018, then fell sharply.

In 2020, Ether dipped briefly below $100 due to the global market sell-off triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, recovering in the second half of the year, leading into the 2021 bull run, which drove ETH to its still undisputed all-time high (ATH). It reached close to $5,000, only to retrace below $1,000 in 2022. The economic crisis, coupled with inflation and rising interest rates, played a pivotal role in the decline of crypto valuations. A stablecoin crisis, significant market losses, and the start of the "crypto winter" all contributed to the year's overall significance.

Amidst these challenges, Ethereum stood out as it successfully completed its migration from a proof-of-work (PoW) to a proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus mechanism in September, marking a significant development for Ethereum and highlighting its resilience and adaptability.

As of February 2024, year-over-year gains exceed 65%. With a circulating supply surpassing 120 million, Ether is the altcoin with the largest market capitalisation by far, accounting for nearly one-fifth of the total cryptocurrency market.


Ethereum outlook for 2024 and beyond

The Ethereum roadmap

Ethereum has a clearly defined roadmap. Addressing the network’s challenges is instrumental for the continuous appreciation of Ether.

Following up on 2023’s Shapella upgrade, which allowed withdrawals and ETH rewards for validators, the roadmap can be summarised into the following phases:

  • "The Surge" introduces data-sharding to increase database size and distribution.
  • "Dencun Upgrade" (Q1 2024): implements proto-danksharding, allowing Layer-2 rollups for cheaper transactions.
  • "The Scourge" aims to eliminate centralisation and censorship risks in the PoS transition.
  • "The Verge" introduces ‘verkle’ trees, enhancing Merkle proofs for smaller proof sizes.
  • "The Purge" reduces the hard drive space needed for validators, improving network efficiency.
  • "The Splurge" incorporates miscellaneous upgrades and additional features.

There is currently no specific timeline for the completion of these concurrent development phases.

Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)

Following the approval of Bitcoin spot ETFs in early 2024 and a price increase in the lead-up to the approval, all eyes and speculators turned to Ether. ETFs are stock-exchange-traded investment funds with low expense ratios and lower broker commissions. This makes them an appealing option for investors looking to gain exposure to ETH.

Notable figures in traditional finance, such as Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock, one of the world's largest asset management firms, appear to have embraced cryptocurrency in 2023, despite previously viewing it as a very small market and a vehicle for money laundering. Having become a significant influencer in shaping the narrative around cryptocurrency in the seven months leading up to the approval of Bitcoin ETFs, he recently stated that a technological revolution is underway that will result in the tokenization of all financial assets. Immediately after the approval of Bitcoin ETFs, Larry Fink expressed interest in an Ethereum ETF, emphasising the value he sees in Ethereum as an alternative source of wealth holding.

While SEC Chair Gary Gensler recently greenlit Bitcoin ETFs, he emphasised that this decision should not be interpreted as an endorsement of crypto itself. Gensler considers Bitcoin a speculative store of value and the only cryptocurrency he deems a commodity, putting it beyond the SEC's regulatory jurisdiction. By emphasising Bitcoin's commodity status, the SEC chair appears to have intended to draw an implicit line between Bitcoin's status and the prospective categorization of other cryptocurrencies, including Ethereum, as securities, which do fall under his authority.

Should the SEC designate Ethereum as a security, resistance to approving a spot Ethereum ETF could intensify, potentially surpassing the hurdles Bitcoin ETFs faced, which only secured approval after prolonged denials and subsequent victories in federal court appeals. However, that same court ruling could potentially compel the SEC to green-light a spot Ethereum ETF.

Analysts foresee a possible delay of over 2 years before the SEC might approve such Ethereum-based ETFs, as the SEC has already delayed its verdict on numerous Ethereum ETF proposals. Despite the anticipation, there has not been aggressive speculation in the market related to an ether ETF.

Adoption of blockchain-based tokenized funds

A January 2024 Moody's analysis highlighting the growing uptake of blockchain-based tokenised funds, especially Ethereum (ETH), which is being used for investing in assets like government bonds, echoes Larry Fink's ambition of tokenising the entire financial industry. Given that Ethereum actively participates in the growing tokenisation movement in the financial markets, its expansion may have a favourable effect on the price of the cryptocurrency.

According to the study, Ethereum's tokenised assets are being utilised for financial instruments like short-term US Treasury bonds, which could increase Ethereum's demand. The research also discusses the relationship between Ethereum, DeFi, and stablecoins, speculating that tokenised assets on Ethereum might be used in DeFi markets instead of stablecoin collateral.

The paper also notes that, while tokenised funds are currently quite popular, this enthusiasm might diminish in the event of another cryptocurrency bull market. This suggests that sentiment and market dynamics may have an impact on how tokenised assets are perceived and adopted on Ethereum, which could influence the price of Ether.


ETH price predictions 2024-2050

Please be aware that the prices and forecasts displayed in this table and the sections that follow are all derived from third-party data and are curated to provide an overview of current market sentiment.

Source / Year






Cathie Wood (Ark Invest)

* * $170,000 - $180,000 * *


* $2,159 - $6,361 $5,164 - $11,692 $12,212 $37,250


$2,160 - $3,825 (average $2,871) $3,917 - $4,925 (average $4,421) $20,647 - $26,575 (average $23,563) * *


$3,600 * * * *


$1,980 - $4,896 (average $4,830) $4,790 - $5,502 (average $5,325) $15,048 - $16,669 (average $16,383) * *

Ethereum Rainbow Chart

$581 - $18,295 (average $9,438) $764 - $22,164 (average $11,464) $2,162 - $46,700 (average $24,431) * *


* $5,824 $14,411 * *

Lark Davis

$10,000 * * * *

Michaël van de Poppe

$3,000 * * * *

$3,828 - $4,508 (average $4,083) $5,444 - $6,210 (average $5,835) $13,525 - $14,376 (average $13,950) $40,575 - $42,549 (average $41,681) $40,575 - $89,316 (average $86,764)


$3,400 * * * *

Standard Chartered

$4,000 * * * *


$1,800 - $6,500 (average $4,500) $4,500 - $10,700 (average $7,600) $7,400 - $12,200 (average $9,800) * *

* Price prediction not provided from this source for this year


ETH price forecasts 2024

Several factors are expected to impact Ethereum's (ETH) trajectory in 2024.

The US Federal Reserve's projected interest rate decrease and suggested regulatory clarification inject optimism into the broader cryptocurrency ecosystem, potentially improving Ether's macroeconomic outlook. Furthermore, the approaching Bitcoin halving event is predicted to have a knock-on effect on Ether, propelling it to new all-time highs.

Standard Chartered, a financial institution known for its bold predictions, estimates that Ethereum's price could experience a surge to $4,000 by May 23, aligning with the final deadline for ETF applications from financial entities such as VanEck and Ark 21Shares. According to reports from Bloomberg, this forecast assumes a favourable SEC judgement in May, which is expected to have a significant impact on Ethereum's market value.

Pseudonymous ‘whale’ and influential crypto market strategist Pentoshi predicts a potential Ethereum rally to $3,400. Renowned for the accuracy of his forecasts as well as the size of his trades, this prediction is driven by the anticipation of a spot ETH ETF in 2024.

CrediBULL Crypto's analysis focuses on Ethereum's consistent upward movement, highlighting a "higher low" in its price chart, indicating strong market support and positive sentiment, with a clear target of $3,600.


Crypto researcher Lark Davis predicts a massive 96.41% year-to-date growth, with ether's price reaching $10,000.


Analysts at estimate a bullish trend for Ethereum in 2024, with a high of $4,508.34 and a low of $4,083.02.


According to Michaël van de Poppe, the price of ether could surge over $3,000 due to Bitcoin's range-bound phase during ETF approval.


Furthermore, JPMorgan's projection of Ethereum topping Bitcoin in 2024 emphasises the anticipation of Ethereum reestablishing itself within the broader crypto ecosystem and regaining market dominance.


The Ethereum Rainbow Chart, a logarithmic valuation model indicating market sentiments, can help investors gauge potential investment moments by aligning price movements with various sentiment-driven colour bands.  For 2024, it anticipates a range between $581 and $18,295, averaging $9,438.



ETH price forecasts 2025

By 2025, we anticipate an improved global economic landscape characterised by reduced interest rates and increased investor confidence in the cryptocurrency sector. Expectations of regulatory clarity and economic stability add to the bullish outlook. However, historical data shows that Bitcoin often halves in price within a year of achieving highs, which could influence ether's trajectory.

A panel of 31 experts from the crypto industry shared their predictions for Ether's (ETH) performance through 2030 in a recent Finders survey. On average, the panel foresees Ether experiencing a notable increase to $5,824 by 2025 and further surging to $14,411 by 2030.


Analysts at predict that community investors and traders will drive Ethereum's value upward in 2025. A projected maximum price of $6,210 emphasizes the bullish sentiment by reflecting the market's ongoing optimism.


CoinCodex's 2025 Ethereum price projection adds to the conversation, with a range of $2,292.99 to $6,579.09. If Ethereum reaches its highest price target, it may gain 181.85% in value by 2025, compared to its current price.


In 2025, the Ethereum Rainbow Chart's range will expand to $764–$22,164, with an average of $11,464.

In conclusion, 2025 holds a mix of optimism and caution for Ethereum.


ETH price forecasts 2030

According to Ark Invest’s Big Ideas 2022 presentation, Ethereum’s market cap could exceed $20 trillion by 2032. The no. 1 altcoin is expected to reach a staggering $20 trillion market capitalization, valuing one Ethereum at just over $166,000. This positive outlook is attributed to Ethereum's pivotal role in decentralised finance (DeFi) and non-fungible tokens (NFTs), as well as its efficient financial ecosystem. The network's resilience during market volatility, the collaborative impact of the Creator Community, and the overall trust in a global rules-based monetary system contribute to ARK Invest's confidence in Ethereum's substantial growth potential.

Investment management firm VanEck predicts Ethereum's token price to reach $11,800 by 2030, based on a rigorous valuation model. The analysis estimates ETH network revenues to rise from $2.6 billion to $51 billion in 2030, assuming a 70% market share among smart contract protocols. The valuation methodology incorporates cash flow projections, and fully diluted valuation, and explores Ethereum's potential in various sectors. The study also introduces a "Security as a Service" model, envisioning Ethereum as a store-of-value asset.

Techopedia contributes to the story by acknowledging Ethereum's potential for great value and utility. According to expectations, the Bitcoin halving event in 2028 will help Ethereum reach the peak of its subsequent bull run by 2030. The forecast points out that “it is important to note that blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies are emerging technologies, and there are many known and unknown risks that could negatively impact the price of ETH.”

CoinCodex's Ethereum price projection for 2030 indicates a range of $5,309 to $11,732. This forecast implies that if Ethereum achieves the upper target, it may increase by more than 400% from its current price.

If Ethereum advocate and financial expert Raoul Pal’s prediction comes true, the crypto market will witness significant inflows by the end of 2030, following the adoption of the Bitcoin ETF. He goes on to say that Ethereum might see a 300% surge if Bitcoin rose 100% on the prospect of its ETF approval.

Furthermore, the Rainbow Chart's 2030 estimate broadens the spectrum, predicting a range of $2,162 to $46,700, with an average of $24,431.


ETH price forecasts for 2040

Looking ahead to 2040, the trajectory of Ethereum (ETH) remains uncertain, given the significant transformation that technology has seen over the past two decades. Multiple upgrades and revolutionary developments are likely to impact Ethereum's utility and intrinsic value.

Economic trends, geopolitical developments, and global financial stability will shape the cryptocurrency market, including Ethereum.

Coincodex provides a glimpse into this distant future with an ETH price prediction for 2040. If Ethereum aligns with the average annual growth of the S&P 500, the benchmark index for the US stock market, the forecast hovers around $12,200. Drawing on historical data, the S&P 500 has exhibited an annual growth rate of 11.8% from 1957 to 2021. This prediction underscores the potential for Ethereum's value to mirror the growth patterns of traditional financial markets, offering a perspective on the possible economic dynamics at play in the year 2040.


ETH price forecasts for 2050

Peering into the distant future of 2050, estimating the price of Ethereum (ETH) becomes a speculative endeavour filled with uncertainties and unknowns. Some consider that this point, between the tenth and eleventh Bitcoin halvings, could indicate the end of a bear market and the start of a bull market. Nonetheless, due to the huge timeframe distance, formulating meaningful predictions becomes impossible.

Coincodex proposes an Ethereum price projection for 2050, placing the bar at $37,250. This estimate implies an astounding $4.5 trillion in market capitalisation, a milestone unmatched by any cryptocurrency, with the overall cryptocurrency market value topping $2.8 trillion in November 2021. adds another layer to the conversation, emphasising Ethereum's enormous growth and acceptance prospects. Their long-term Ethereum price prediction for 2050 is much higher, indicating a maximum price of $89,316.15.


These ambitious estimates suggest that Ethereum could reshape the cryptocurrency market in the next few decades.



As the cryptocurrency market prepares for a transformative period driven by key factors such as halving events, blockchain advancements, institutional adoption, and growing acceptance in mainstream finance, forecasts, while speculative, provide a glimpse into the collective optimism surrounding Ethereum's long-term role in the world of digital assets.

The ongoing trend of tokenisation as well as growing institutional interest, as seen by BlackRock's involvement, could significantly influence Ethereum's trajectory in the digital economy.

Traders and investors alike are encouraged to approach these projections with a measured perspective, recognizing the inherent uncertainties associated with forecasting over such extended timeframes, particularly in a sector as dynamic as crypto.


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Alex Macris

Alex Macris

With a background spanning forex, stocks, and crypto, Alex has contributed financial and stock exchange reports to leading publications and news agencies. Beyond financial markets, he honed his skills by researching and editing international agreements and state reports and producing multimedia resources for diverse brands and organisations.

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