Crypto Exchange EXMO Hacked for BTC, ETH, XRP, ZEC, USDT, and ETC

Crypto Exchange EXMO Hacked; BTC, ETH, XRP, ZEC, USDT, and ETC Stolen By Attacker

All the withdrawals are currently suspended temporarily. Any customer loss will be “covered completely by EXMO.”

Cryptocurrency exchange EXMO has suffered an attack.

On bleeding Monday, EXMO announced on Twitter that they detected some large suspicious withdrawal activity ever since December 21st at 2:27:02 UTC.

As per their security audit, some amounts of BTC BTC -3.05% Bitcoin / USD BTCUSD $ 22 794,0396
-695.22 -3.05
Volume 45.73 b Change -695.22 Open $22 794,0396 Circulating 18.58 m Market Cap 423.46 b
4 h Crypto Exchange EXMO Hacked; BTC, ETH, XRP, ZEC, USDT, and ETC Stolen By Attacker
, XRP XRP -8.66% XRP / USD XRPUSD $ 0,5158
-0.04 -8.66
Volume 9.87 b Change -0.04 Open $0,5158 Circulating 45.4 b Market Cap 23.42 b
4 h Crypto Exchange EXMO Hacked; BTC, ETH, XRP, ZEC, USDT, and ETC Stolen By Attacker
, ZEC ZEC -8.47% Zcash / USD ZECUSD $ 67,7777
-5.74 -8.47
Volume 499.53 m Change -5.74 Open $67,7777 Circulating 10.74 m Market Cap 727.87 m
4 h Crypto Exchange EXMO Hacked; BTC, ETH, XRP, ZEC, USDT, and ETC Stolen By Attacker
, USDT USDT 0.00% Tether / USD USDTUSD $ 0,9999
0.00 0.00
Volume 70.2 b Change 0.00 Open $0,9999 Circulating 20.31 b Market Cap 20.3 b
2 h Tether’s Exchange Supply & $900 Billion US Stimulus Deal Offers Fuel to Bitcoin Bulls 4 h Crypto Exchange EXMO Hacked; BTC, ETH, XRP, ZEC, USDT, and ETC Stolen By Attacker
, ETC ETC -5.35% Ethereum Classic / USD ETCUSD $ 6,1169
-0.33 -5.35
Volume 1.08 b Change -0.33 Open $6,1169 Circulating 116.31 m Market Cap 711.47 m
4 h Crypto Exchange EXMO Hacked; BTC, ETH, XRP, ZEC, USDT, and ETC Stolen By Attacker
, and ETH ETH -4.21% Ethereum / USD ETHUSD $ 609,4206
-25.66 -4.21
Volume 14.42 b Change -25.66 Open $609,4206 Circulating 113.93 m Market Cap 69.43 b
4 h Crypto Exchange EXMO Hacked; BTC, ETH, XRP, ZEC, USDT, and ETC Stolen By Attacker
in its hot wallets have been transferred out of the exchange. These affected hot wallets account for 5% of its total assets.

As such, the exchange has “temporarily suspended” all the withdrawals.

EXMO is currently investigating the issue and “taking measures to protect your funds.”

“If any user fund is affected by this incident, it’ll be covered completely by EXMO,” ensured the exchange.

EXMO also shared a list of addresses where the hackers are sending their stolen funds to.

The exchange reported the hacking to the London police this morning and is also keeping in touch with their cybercrime team.

The exchange ranks at 30th place on Coinmarketcap with 24 hours volume of $47.4 million.

EXMO recorded web traffic of 580.82k in November, up from the previous month but down from 890k visits it saw in June this year, as per SimilarWeb. The exchange receives nearly half of its traffic, 49.93% from Ukraine, followed by Russia, Belarus, Moldova, and Kazakhstan.

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“Outrageous Demand” for Bitcoin & Crypto from Retirement IRAs

  • Grayscale continues to add Bitcoin to its stash, currently holding 570,860 BTC.
  • In the past six months, GBTC’s holdings have grown by 56% to represent more than 3% of Bitcoin’s circulating supply.

As we reported, Michael Sonnenshein, Managing Director of the Grayscale Investments, said the most extensive digital assets manager had seen inflows that “are now probably up 6x what they were last year.” Sonnenshein said in an interview on Thursday,

“It’s some of the world’s largest investors and the allocations that they’re making are bigger than we’ve ever seen before and their time horizon for this is generally something over the medium to longer-term.”

This growing demand can be further seen in the premium that people pay to get exposure to digital assets through Grayscale.

GBTC shares are currently trading at a premium of more than 30%. This premium has been slowly grinding up since early October, when it was just around 6%. However, we are nowhere near the 132% premium people paid in March 2017. On-chain analyst Willy Woo said,

“Wow 33% GBTC premium, that’s outrageous demand for Bitcoin via retirement IRAs.”

“If I was a Euro Pacific shareholder I’d be wondering why the company is not getting in on that obvious growth business. Like Kodak revolutionized photos until one day it didn’t run towards digital.”

However, it’s not just Bitcoin that Grayscale users are after. The premium on other products is even higher than GBTC except for its BCH product, which is actually on a discount (-13%).

ETHE is trading at 170% premium, ETCG 43%, and LTCN at the most significant 2,259% premium. Trader and economist Alex Kruger said,

“When crypto heats up, premiums to Net Asset Value (NAV) for Grayscale products skyrocket.”

“Driven by dumb money buying Grayscale products from a brokerage.”

Grayscale is currently holding 2.94 million ETH, 948.34k LTC, 12.29 million ETC, 225k BCH, 35.65 million XRP, 18.94 million XLM, 192.7k ZEC, and 450.11k ZEN.

In an attempt to protect the average folk by restricting access to asset purchases, SEC has ended up creating “a racket where the many subsidize the few,” said Alex Kruger. Because primary issuance is for accredited investors, an average person has to buy in the secondary market to pay a premium.

The institutions that are buying GBTC do so directly from Grayscale at a 2% fee with a 6-month lock-up but gain a premium twice a year.

The crypto market has repeatedly pointed out that more competition and ETF getting approval from the US Securities and Exchange Commission will push these premiums down.

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Companies Investing in Bitcoin Are Being ‘Rewarded by the Public Markets’

The US Dollar index has been on a decline ever since March, currently down at multi-year lows. Despite this, US companies have accumulated the largest pile of cash ever.

At the end of June, the cash holdings of non-financial companies had grown to a record $2.1 trillion, an increase of 30% from last year. This is also higher than the previous peak of almost $2 trillion in 2017.

Among the biggest hoarders were AT&T and Delta Air Lines, with each holding over $15 billion at the time. Interestingly, back in 2019, AT&T announced support for Bitcoin for mobile bill payment through the third-party service provider BitPay.

S&P 500 companies that aren’t in the financial, utility, and transportation sectors are also expected to have $1.9 trillion in cash, which is the most they have ever held since 1980.

Among the investment-grade borrowers, the ratio of current assets to liabilities has risen to 97% in the US and 86% in Europe, as per BNP Paribas. These liquidity levels were last exceeded since 2000 during mid-2004 in Europe and late 2009-early 2010 in the US.

Cash hoarding soared this year after record-breaking amounts of debt were issued by the companies against the coronavirus pandemic’s disruptions. Amidst this, companies also cut down on dividends, capital expenditures, and buybacks.

US companies also sold over $3 trillion of investment and high-yield bonds as of Nov. 20, the most since 2006. This makes sense in the current environment of extremely low, zero, and sub-zero interest rates.

Analysts expect companies to make use of this cash next year, but not to “pay down debt in this interest-rate climate.”

One could easily argue that the best way to utilize all this money that is burning a hole in companies’ pockets is to invest in Bitcoin, which is already proving to be a beneficial investment.

MicroStrategy is one such company that just yesterday added another $50 million of its cash into BTC, adding to its $575 million Bitcoin stash. In total, the company now holds 40,824 BTC, 0.2% of Bitcoin’s total circulating supply.

Since the March sell-off, MSTR shares have increased 228% in value to the price level last seen in July 2000.

As Teddy Fusaro, chief operating officer at Bitwise Asset Management, noted, “many of the public companies that have announced that they’ve purchased Bitcoin or cryptocurrency have been rewarded by the public markets.”

In 2020, Bitcoin price has made a new all-time high, having surged 166% in value, currently trading around $19,000.

“Soon they won’t have a choice. They will have to protect their reserves by buying Bitcoin, said trader Scott Melker.

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Uniswap (UNI) Farming to End Today, Billions of Dollars to be Released

Launched in the mid of September, the governance token of DEX Uniswap, UNI, is currently down over 10%. In the first week of November, the DeFi token crashed 72% from its all-time high, achieved right after its launch.

Since then, the 26th largest cryptocurrency by market cap of $803 million has doubled in value, trading at $3.56.

Uniswap actually has been the first DeFi project to hit $3 billion in total value locked (TVL), which is currently down at $2.84 billion. Meanwhile, it has 3.1 million ETH, 29.5k BTC, and nearly 190 million DAI locked.

The project, however, maintains its dominance in the market at 21.18%.

Interestingly, in the next few hours, UNI farming on Uniswap Protocol will end with about $1 billion to be released into the market.

As it stands, around $2.3 billion funds are deployed farming the native token, and with Ethereum being the reference token, it means there is currently $1.1 billion ETH locked. Although it remains to be seen how much ETH will actually leave, the portion that chooses to stay will get to enjoy the high fees.

This could still mean some selling pressure for Eth, which is trading just around $462, already “at resistance with a potential double top.”

DeFi-Inflow-of-Money
Source: IntoTheBlock

With this new influx of money flowing into the DeFi sector, it’s to be seen where it will exactly move to.

It is possible this money flow will potentially make its way to SushiSwap. While liquidity has been coming off its recent highs on Uniswap, SushiSwap’s liquidity has increased substantially.

Even SUSHI token is currently enjoying gains of over 17% at $1.36, up 109% month-to-date (MTD) basis compared to Uniswaps’ 62%.

However, both are still cheap when it comes to their valuations based on the price/sales ratio. While Uniswap P/S is around 10x and SushiSwap’s even much lower than that, its competitors like Curve and Balancer trade close to 80x.

In other news, over the weekend, the decentralized exchange Uniswap’s app interface went down due to issues with its gateway provider Cloudflare.

The automated market maker (AMM) built on top of Ethereum took to Twitter to share the outage issues and point out how “now is a good time to remember the benefits of decentralization.”

Unlike a CeFi, which, if goes down, has no way to access it, a “true DeFi on Ethereum there are no central points of failure” and “there is no downtime,” as pointed out by Uniswap creator Hayden Adams.

As can be seen with Uniswap, it is available on other IPFS gateways, can be run locally, easily be forked and re-hosted, and can be traded over Uniswap natively from Dharma and other Ethereum wallets. One can also trade on Uniswap through a wide range of aggregators, a command-line, and over Etherscan.

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Binance’s Mining Pool Becomes 4th Largest One Amidst ‘More Adoption & Institutional Participation’

Launched less than seven months back, Binance Mining Pool is currently the 4th largest one with a hash rate share of 11.36% after Antpool, Poolin, and F2Pool.

The leading spot cryptocurrency exchange Binance launched its own mining pool in April this year, which at the time was the 11th largest one, accounting for less than 4% share.

At the time when the pool finally went public, Spencer Noon of DTC Capital had shared his skepticism towards saying the “galaxy brain power move” by Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao makes him nervous because this might led to exchange-owned mining pools to “prioritize their own transactions or even censor transactions to competitor exchanges.”

Recently, as we reported, a new Bitcoin mining pool actually promotes censoring certain Bitcoin transactions, which the community is against.

The increased market share is achieved by Binance amidst the bull run with Bitcoin up 120% YTD and ETH 253%.

As a result of the greens, the market has been experiencing heightened volume and interest from the likes of PayPal and legendary investors, including Stanley Druckenmiller and Ben Miller.

“Right now, we are definitely seeing more users come in, more adoption happening, and more institutional participation,” said “CZ” in an interview. “Overall, things are going pretty well, I would say.”

Regulatory Aspect

Amidst this, Binance.US also expanded its services to the 10.5 million residents of North Carolina, now serving over 80% of the US.

Binance.US first opened the registration to the United States users in Sept. 2019, but residents of the 13 states, including North Carolina, were excluded due to local rules and regulations.

Binance.US is an independent entity that is fully compliant in the US, according to Zhao, who said in an interview with Bloomberg that they are hopeful they will be able to get the licenses to offer its services in other left-out states as well.

Recently, as we reported, Binance started blocking the users who are US citizens, which according to Zhao, they have “always” done.

“But users do find intelligent ways to get around our block sometimes, and we just have to be smarter about the way we block,” he said.

“Basically, we do continually try to improve our blocking. There are sometimes a few guys who want to circumvent our blocking and still use the platform, and we have to come up with a smarter way to protect that, and when we do, we block them.”

As for China making new moves to regulate the crypto market, it doesn’t impact Binance’s operations because the exchange is not in Hong Kong, said Zhao.

“Our position is usually we want to see other smaller exchanges to succeed first in any geographic location, and then we will expand our services potentially to cover those regions as well,” he said.

But still, the Asia market “is pretty significant,” an estimated 25% to 40% of daily trading volume originating there, he said.

Commenting on China’s digital yuan plans, Zhao said the country is “way ahead” of other countries, which will put pressure on others. Being the first one to have a CBDC will mean attracting a lot of international usage and volumes, he added.

“This probably will help significantly in making RMB a more dominant currency in the world, and if that works, then I think that will put pressure on other central banks to get their own central bank digital currency out as soon as possible.”

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Bitcoin Mining Pool Stirs Controversy by Promoting Censoring BTC Transactions

Blockchain analyst firm, BlockSeer has launched a private mining pool, currently, in beta, that will censor certain Bitcoin transactions.

Given that the Bitcoin community emphasizes censorship-resistance, an essential feature of cryptocurrency that makes it differentiating from the central bank digital currencies, it’s pretty obvious that the company would come under fire for its move.

The community has never favored such steps and has time and again criticized those, like Coinbase and Tether, and other cryptocurrency exchanges, who censored specific transactions or parties.

Last month, DMG Solutions, to which BlockSeer is a subsidiary, suggested that ensuring transaction blocks are OFAC (US Government’s Office of Foreign Assets Control) compliant will help in the leading digital asset’s mainstream adoption.

DMG’s COO Sheldon Bennett said at the time that this pool would be “the first of its kind focused on governance, transparency and building Bitcoin blocks on the network,” which instead of focusing on transaction fees will be all about “sound transaction data and history.”

The company wants to bring “a new compliance-focused standard to the industry” by focusing on

“being devoid of transaction from known nefarious wallets which use this medium in ways that continue to sully the reputation of cryptocurrencies, specifically Bitcoin, in the mainstream as well as to impede widespread adoption.”

Protesting this move, Monero’s lead developer Riccardo Spagni says with censoring transactions as a key selling point of these new mining pools, regulators will try to take advantage of this by encouraging other mining pools to implement similar measures.

“It’s only a matter of time till most Bitcoin mining pools are forced to do this transaction filtering. Might be time to dust off p2pool + focus on Stratum v2 support for pools,” argued Spagni. “Also worth noting that adding more privacy to Bitcoin would prevent this,” he added.

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Ethereum 2.0 Deposits Slow Down This Week; Only 10% of ETH Staking Goal Achieved So Far

Since the Ether staking activated, ETH has been deposited at a steady pace. Currently, 56,113 Ether, worth nearly $26.5 million, has made it to the deposit contract.

This is just over 10% of the required 524,288 ETH (16,384 validators) to launch the mainnet. The Phase 0 staking goal is much far away that could see the expected launch date of December 1st being pushed back.

As one ETH enthusiast shared their concern, “An average of 2,100 ETH per day has been deposited over the last three days. We need ~32,000 ETH per day from now till 11/24 to meet the 12/1 launch date. At the current rate, we will NOT launch till June 2021.”

The number of ETH 2.0 deposits have actually slowed down considerably this week.

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However, ETH holders will likely be staking more and more ETH towards the deadline. This is because the size of rewards depends on the total amount of ETH staked in total — the more the people staked, the lower the yield.

Besides the late mover having more information, staking ETH is a one-way street, and if something goes wrong with ETH 2.0, these ETH are gone forever. Moreover, staking via exchanges offers instant liquidity on BETH, and the exchange will be the one doing the work of running a virtual validator.

“This makes sense though – not only is there a yield opportunity cost from now until Dec 1 on ETH1, but if you deposit later, you’ll get a better idea of ETH2 staking yield,” said analyst Cetris Paribus.

Amidst this, Ethereum Foundation is funding several grants for ETH 2.0 staking.

According to CryptoQuant CEO Ki Young Ju’s Twitter poll, 45% of the 815 votes are “just not interested” in locking their ETH. While 15.5% says their ETH are locked on other projects, a good 26% says there is a lack of staking rewards with a deadline effect as per 13.5% of the votes.

Additionally, this past week, ETH price saw substantial gains, currently trading near $470, with ~80% of $ETH addresses experiencing profit. However, both the transaction and social volume of ETH have begun to decline, with positive funding rates making an appearance mean the price may take a breather here.

But the fact that crypto exchanges’ ETH balance is declining and active addresses are increasing only slightly; these deposits can gain momentum.

Also Read: Ethereum Undergoes ‘Unannounced Hard Fork’ After Infura Goes Down

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This Election Week is Won by Markets; US Dollar Under Pressure with Risk On

On Thursday, the price of Bitcoin went nearly to $16,000 and is currently holding around $15,500. Having rallied 20% this week, the digital currency seems to be now in consolidation mode providing the altcoins the chance to surge.

These gains came during the US election week, which helped the leading digital currency beat major asset classes this year.

With 115% gains in 2020, Bitcoin exceeds gold’s 28% returns and S&P 500’s 8.60%.

Everything is aiming for their all-time highs following the Nov. 3 election as Joe Biden’s lead strengthened with the possibility of a Republican Senate. Such an outcome of a split government, according to some, could lead to an increase in fiscal stimulus.

“We still anticipate that there will be a fiscal package in excess of $1 trillion next year,” said James Knightley, chief international economist at ING Group in New York.

Besides the escalating pandemic and looser monetary policy, the sliding greenback helps push the digital asset higher as investors seek stores of value.

The dollar has its worst week since March, and according to Kit Juckes, a strategist at Societe Generale, “If you had to write a playbook that would get people to say ‘I need an alternative to the dollar,’ this whole process fits that story.”

During the period BTC rallied, the risk-on backdrop triggered a sell-off in the dollar, which fell to a 2018 low.

“Gold, silver, and Bitcoin have worked like a dream in the weak U.S. dollar environment and has attracted huge client interest,” wrote Chris Weston, head of research with Pepperstone Group Ltd., adding, further weakness in the dollar would encourage “an even more constructive view” on both gold and Bitcoin.

Crypto markets also have a history of wild swings, and it is currently on its third such cycle, riding a tide of liquidity.

Mania isn’t Here Yet

In the stock market, tech stocks are rallying on expectations that key progressive goals like antitrust reforms won’t be implemented by Biden.

According to Goldman Sachs analysts, financial services companies will also benefit from better capital markets and a lower likelihood of tighter regulation.

Already, more than $4 trillion has been added to global equity markets this week, putting it on track for the third-biggest week of 2020.

And with this, investors are back into pouring cash into global markets with a force that hasn’t been seen in months. The same is happening in the crypto markets, which added about $50 billion during the same period.

This can be seen in the open interest in Bitcoin options, which is reaching $4 billion. As per CME’s latest COT report, short interest from hedge funds has made a new all-time high, the same as short interest from dealers and intermediaries.

According to on-chain analyst Willy Woo, Bitcoin is not topping; rather, it will see more bullish action after consolidation.

As for the price action that we have recently, it was the “most organic pump” instead of a squeeze from derivatives traders as a “ridiculous amount of coins were scooped up and moved off to individual wallets,” — the largest one day scoop up in 5 years.

Before the pump started, the influx of new HODLers has been “through the roof,” the kind of momentum last seen in Oct. 2017, just one month before the mania started.

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Bitcoin Sees a Correction After Ending October with the Highest Monthly Close Ever

Bitcoin started November around $13,760, and although in the red currently, the price of the digital asset remains hovering around $13,400 on the back of $1.79 billion volume.

The month began on a red note, but it has just started, and more exciting has been the monster monthly candle we got in October.

Interestingly and bullishly, Bitcoin had its second-highest monthly close in history in October.

While, on Bitstamp, the longest-standing bitcoin exchange, Bitcoin had its second-highest monthly close, losing to the first by just an inch, on other exchanges, the flagship cryptocurrency actually made history.

On Bitfinex, Binance, and HitBTC, Bitcoin had the highest monthly close ever.

Additionally, it was the highest quarterly close for BTC price in history as well.

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As for why does it matter, “month-end asset valuation is how institutional participants appraise their holdings & investments,” stated one trader.

Now, after recording more than 27% gains in October and up 91% YTD, Bitcoin is down -2.18% in November, experiencing a correction.

However, it is not much different from last week when BTC’s price dipping under $13,000. It’s to be seen how low we will go this time.

“Another strong weekly close on high time frame. With that said, let the “dips” come. It shouldn’t surprise anyone who’s been in this market when it happens. Bitcoin had 9+ pullbacks of at least 30% last bull market. But in the long run, we know where this is going (up),” noted trader Josh Rager.

Pullback after the October rally is to be expected, and during the last bull cycle of 2017, Bitcoin had several such corrections, which were as much as 30% to 40%. Moreover, with the US Presidential elections tomorrow, a bit of volatility is expected across the markets.

Stock markets have been experiencing a downturn since mid-October. Meanwhile, today, gold is making its way up above $1,880, the same as the US Dollar index is doing above 94.

“I don’t have much a bearish thesis etc. Just seems like a nice spot for de-risking. High time frame resistance, elections coming up, not seeing evidence of fuel for a short squeeze,” said trader CryptoGainz. “Low time frame technicals are bullish, just sorta hoping for a bull trap tbh.”

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Bitcoin in For Another Bull Cycle as BTC Supply Continues to Get Eaten Up Like Never Before

Over the weekend, the price of Bitcoin started rising and is currently trading above $11,650.

Interestingly, it has been three months, 93 days exactly, since Bitcoin was founded in 2009, that it has spent above the current price of $11.5k.

More importantly, it’s the first time that bitcoin has been above $10,000 with realized volatility extremely low, as per Skew.

While trading in the green, the ‘real’ amount of the BTC traded in the past 24 hours has fallen drastically to just over $700 million.

This lack of volume could be on one side due to the lack of price action in the market and the weekend. On the other hand, the BTC balance on exchanges is on a constant decline. An analyst noted,

“More and more Bitcoin getting out from exchanges and most probably being transferred to non-custodial wallets. This suggests slightly lower liquidity and lower selling pressure going forward.”

BTC Balance on Exchanges
Source: Glassnode

According to Chain.info, in the past 24 hours, the biggest outflow of BTC has been recorded on OKEx of 6,269.

Last week, the exchange suspended all digital currency withdrawals after one of its key holders who has been helping the authorities in an investigation was unreachable.

Additionally, as per Coin Dormancy, a measure of “old hands selling out,” which usually sold the tops have been acting differently in the current cycle. “They sold the bitcoin bottom at $3-$4k, they are selling right now,” observed on-chain analyst Willy Woo.

Coin-Dormancy
Source: Glassnode

Another Bull Cycle in the Making

While Bitcoin continues to move out of exchanges in favor of cold wallet storage, for the first time, public companies are gobbling up more and more BTC by making it part of their Treasury. Grayscale, yet again, for the third time in a row, had a record inflow in Bitcoin.

According to Grayscale’s Q3 report, they bought 77% of all the BTC mined in the quarter, up from 70% in Q2 and 27% in Q1. Dan Tapiero, co-founder of 10T Holdings said,

“SHORTAGES of Bitcoin possible. Barry’s Grayscale trust is eating up BTC like there is no tomorrow. If 77% of all newly mined turns into 110%, it’s lights out. Non-miner supply will get held off mkt in squeeze. Shorts will be dead. Price can go to any number.”

Overall, the market is bullish on digital assets, as Pantera Capital wrote in its last week’s investor letter; besides the network fundamentals, all the money printing the Federal Reserve and other central banks are doing works in bitcoin’s favor.

“We strongly believe we are in the early stages of a large bull market fueled by both a powerful global macro tide and growing fundamentals in the underlying technology.”

Major Bitcoin Price Cycles
Source: Pantera Capital

In its decade long life, Bitcoin has gone through three major prices already and seems to be primed for yet another one.

“My intuition from trading waves for 35 years is we’re in for another one,” wrote Dan Pantera, adding, “it’s still a massive hype cycle roller coaster.”

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