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NewsBTC 2022-09-01 23:36:19

62% Of Addresses Keep Their Bitcoin Holdings For Over A Year In Bear

The year 2022 has proved to be unfavorable for the crypto market. The industry has been facing a long lasted bear trend, with the flagship coin, Bitcoin, nearly down 70% then its ATH of November 2021. Still, the market fear has not ruined the investors’ interest in Bitcoin. Data shows that more than half of investors continue to keep their BTC holdings even in the crypto winter. According to the stats viewed by the blockchain analytic firm TipRank, 62% of BTC addresses have not sold their collection of BTC for a year or more. Additionally, the site data as of September 1 indicates that 32% of investors sold their BTC holdings during the previous 12 months. Related Reading: Bitcoin Derivatives Reserve Surges Up, More Volatility Soon? The downtrends of the market brought selling pressure among investors that kept continuing at the time too. A recent report by blockchain research from glassnode noted that BTC deposits at exchanges in terms of seven-day average moving have reduced to the 2-year low at 1,921 BTCs. Notably, this crypto winter has surpassed the bloodbaths of 2017 and 2019 in declining cryptos prices. Although the previous downtrends occurred due to a bubble burst, the current bearish trend has been caused by macro factors. TerraLuna collapse and 22% Nasdaq sell-off generally disrupted the market sentiment. Then, the U.S. Federal Reserve appeared to control inflation with its hawkish approach and has been increa...

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