Bitcoin ‘held up very properly’ regardless of largest alternate influx since March 2020 crash By Cointelegraph
Bitcoin has “held up very well” despite the largest exchange rate inflow since the crash in March 2020
((BTC) has done “very well”, as traders have sent more coins to exchanges since the crash in March 2020 than ever before.
Data from on-chain monitoring resources CryptoQuant and Glassnode show that BTC exchange rate inflows hit an annual high on Thursday.
Bitcoin Exchange Net Flows Chart. Source: Glass knotBitcoin Exchange flow chart. Source: Ki Young Ju / Twitter
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