Chainalysis: Bitcoin Prices are Stable at This Time But Are Unpredictable in The Future

Blockchain and crypto analysis firm stated that the exchange has experienced a BTC invasion since March 9 by obtaining nearly 319,000 cryptographic currencies on March 13 alone.

Nine times everyday total of Bitcoin was delivered to the trade for sale and head drop around $ 3,000. This is the largest daily decline of the BTC in the last seven years.

Is Bitcoin price stable right now?

While crypto inflows remain high(twice the daily average) according to Chainalysis, BTC prices are currently stable.

“The majority of excess bitcoin arriving at exchanges has been sold, and the worst of the oversupply appears to be finished for now.”

The firm has explained its price level even after a severe period. While transferring around 10 and 1,000 BTC accounts for 70% of the cryptocurrency flow by the exchange but its still not enough to cause lasting damage:

“The majority of available bitcoin was not cashed out, suggesting that most bitcoiners are happy to hold. At 712,000 more than average, the amount of bitcoin sent to exchanges in the last eight days is unprecedented. But this extra 712,000 represents just 5% of available bitcoin (all mined bitcoin minus all lost bitcoin).”

Future interruption to the crypto market

Retail businesses shutting down over the United States and other companies demanded to let their employees work from home. The future of all financial markets is unpredictable. International travel restrictions to resist the spread of coronavirus are changing daily, which has postponed crypto events around the world.

Despite this uncertainty, Chainalysis target to use traditional measures to manage Bitcoin:

“It’s hard to predict where the bitcoin market will go next. However, large increases in exchange inflows have proven to be a good indicator of increased volatility, so we recommend keeping an eye on the amount being transferred to exchanges. We also expect that professional traders will continue to drive events, as opposed to retail exchange users, simply because they are responsible for much larger volumes.”

Source: cointelegraph.com

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