DeFi Trading Startup, Dharma, Adds Ability to Buy Tokens Directly from Bank on UniSwap

Dharma, a DeFi-focused startup, has been given the green light to enable Automated Clearing House (ACH) trading for DeFi tokens within 13 states in the U.S. The startup, backed by Coinbase, has been making major strides in the burgeoning DeFi space, with the latest integration of the Uniswap DEX a few months back. The startup is optimistic about becoming the ‘Robinhood’ of crypto as per earlier comments from its CEO, Nadav Hollander.

“Our goal in building ‘the Robinhood of crypto’ is to bridge the final gap between these blossoming markets and the millions of individuals who will want to tap into them as they gain popularity and mindshare.”

The ACH service by Dharma will enable its U.S clients to make direct DeFi token purchases from their bank accounts. According to the milestone update, users will incur a 1.5% fee while the weekly purchase limits have been capped at $25,000. U.S states where this service is available to include Wyoming, Wisconsin, New Hampshire, Washington, Virginia, Texas, Pennsylvania, Montana, Michigan, Massachusetts, Georgia, California, and Arizona.

With the ACH service in place, Dharma’s prospects of pivoting as the ‘Robinhood’ of crypto have increased; Nadav noted that DeFi trading with their application would undoubtedly make the participation process simpler,

“Investing DeFi has, up until now, been a bifurcated and highly technical process. Now, it’s as easy as downloading an app and connecting your bank account.”

Notably, Dharma had earlier incentivized user participation by offering to cover the gas fees coupled with a no-fee, no-gas promotion in August. Its newly integrated ACH services are being supported by APIs from a Fintech giant dubbed ‘Plaid.’ Nadav told CoinDesk in an email that they are leveraging services from an active crypto-focused bank. However, he did not disclose the name.

“We are processing ACH transfers through a direct partnership with a well-known bank active in the crypto space.”

Dharma’s journey in the DeFi space has evolved quite fast; the startup secured $7 million in a funding round back in February 2019. At the time, Dharma’s focus was an Ethereum based lending service; it later moved to stablecoin-oriented savings and finally the Uniswap integration.

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4,000 ETH Worth $1.6 Million Deposited at Binance Right Before the 4.5% Drop in Price

Over the weekend, the crypto market enjoyed a green sweep across the board.

Bitcoin jumped past $14,000, marking a 34-months high on the 12th birthday of its whitepaper. Following BTC, altcoins also recorded some gains, with ETH going back above $390.

However, today, Bitcoin’s price went down from about $13,800 to as low as $13,200. A fall of more than 4% in the price of BTC has altcoins in red too.

One potential reason for this decline could be another China-based exchange, Huobi being under investigation. However, the team assured its users that “assets are safe, and everything is fine.”

Corrections are to be expected after BTC rallied from $10,580 to the highest close ever. Although market participants believe this bull cycle is nothing like 2017 because the crypto space is maturing, adoption is rising, and infrastructure is improving; pullbacks happen all the time. So did nine times, of about 30%, in 2017.

Meanwhile, the second-largest cryptocurrency Ethereum (ETH) started the day on a bullish note as it moved past $400 only to get down to the $382 level, back to the weekend level before it started moving up.

Interestingly, before the breakdown, 4,000 ETH, worth $1.6 million, were deposited at the leading cryptocurrency exchange Binance.

At the time of writing, ETH/USD has been trading at just above $385.

“Surprise surprise, eth/btc rekt, since losing that key 31k sat support and now in the 27k sats zone, however still thinking it goes a bit lower before i’ll be looking for any bottoms. Getting close now but BTC still king for now IMO,” noted one trader.

Ethereum usually leads the cryptocurrency rallies, but this time, Bitcoin is outperforming the altcoins.

As we saw with year-to-date returns, ETH recorded 192.5%, while BTC only returned 85% YTD. But this month, the momentum shifted, and Bitcoin made a new 2020 high and then broke the 2019 high as well. BTC is up 26.63% in the past 30 days, while ETH’s returns have been only 10.5% during the same period.

“There’s a lot of ETH bearishness recently,” noted quant trader Qiao Wang.

“I’m also of the view that ETH will underperform BTC in the next bull cycle. But only slightly. And I want to explore arguments for why this thesis may be wrong, i.e., why ETH could outperform BTC.”

According to Wang, a significant percentage of the population does not get the “digital gold” narrative, and they are more comfortable with the “tech platform” that ETH represents.

“Most of this new inflow from tech people is likely going to be in ETH because ETH is the best index play,” said Wang adding, “it also takes a lot less money to move ETH than to move BTC given their relative size.”

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8 Public Listed Companies are Holding Bitcoin in Treasury; Who Will Be Next?

Today, there is a lot of green in the crypto market.

In the past 24 hours, nearly $15 billion has been added to the overall crypto market cap.

And all of this has been because of a nice pop up in Bitcoin. Yesterday, the price of BTC jumped to nearly $11,000 and today it surpassed it.

This 5.6% jump in BTC price has been the result of Jack Dorsey’s payments company Square making a $50 million investment in Bitcoin, which represents 1% of its assets.

“Given the rapid evolution of cryptocurrency and unprecedented uncertainty from a macroeconomic and currency regime perspective, we believe now is the right time for us to expand our largely USD-denominated balance sheet and make a meaningful investment in bitcoin,” noted Square in its Bitcoin investment whitepaper.

These 4,709 BTC were purchased over-the-counter over a predetermined 24-hours period to maintain transaction privacy and price slippage. These BTC are stored in its “Subzero”, the open-source Hardware Security Module-backed solution.

Gaining Momentum

Though not much, Dorsey’s only bitcoin approach is to “start small and hold.”

The community is super stoked about this, seeing it as a big development that would bring others into the market.

“A big deal,” commented Galaxy’s Mike Novogratz. “It’s not the first guy dancing. It’s the second guy. This is now a movement. Corp balance sheets.”

Novogratz also revealed that Galaxy also “has a lot of BTC on our balance sheet.”

With this, now a total of six public companies viz. MicroStrategy (1st and 2nd), Riot Blockchain, Cypherpunk Holdings, and Grayscale Bitcoin Trust hold Bitcoin in their Treasuries.

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Source: Bitcoin Treasuries in Publicly Traded Companies

Amidst this market euphoria, other companies also revealed that they have also invested in Bitcoin.

eToro CEO divulged that they had BTC in their treasury since 2011 and are “still Hodling.”

Jesse Powell, the founder, and CEO of crypto exchange Kraken, also admitted to it in a roundabout way as he answered a crypto enthusiast asking about when his company would make it to this list.

“You think Kraken hasn’t been accumulating bitcoin over the last 9 years?” Powell said.

While corporations adding bitcoin to their balance sheet is bullish, it is also “overrated,” according to trader and economist Alex Kruger who said, “The function of a corporate treasury is not to *invest*. Corporate demand for gold as an inflation hedge is minimal. Thus the likelihood of a bitcoin domino effect among corporates is very low.”

But the interesting thing that could happen, if this becomes a trend is “major banks would be forced to have a crypto team on payroll to service corporate clients’ hedging needs,” he added.

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Bitcoin Must Outperform Altcoins To Kick Off A Long-Term Bull Market

For the past four days now, bitcoin has been hovering around $11,000. Trading in the green, the digital asset today went as high as $11,185 but with the ‘real’ volume only about a billion dollars.

Much like the spot trading volume, futures had a lackluster performance as well. From $28 billion on Sept. 3rd, it has come down to just $7.2 billion. On CME, the volume kept between $262 million and $445 million since the mid of last week.

Open interest also followed the same path, going down from $5.1 billion to $3.7 billion in the first few days of September. But unlike futures volume, OI has been slowly trending upwards, making it to $4 billion. On CME as well, OI jumped back to $500 million.

However, during this whole ordeal, Bakkt came out the winner, making new records. On Monday this week, the total volume (physically-settled + cash-settled) was $183 million. Then on Wednesday, this record was broken with $191 million. But the OI on Bakkt had no such fun as it remains near $10 million.

What’s Looking Good?

While bitcoin looked good this week, with the price around $11,000, analyst DonAlt is all about the $10,600 area, which according to him, “is still one of the most important areas on the chart.”

“This week closes below it? I’ll assume the top is in, and we’ll trade towards $8k. We close above it? I’ll close shorts and see what happens next,” he said.

Amidst this, European Central Bank will disburse its latest rounds of loans with interest as low as -1% that has led the funding costs to fall. ECB’s liquidity injections may raise excess cash in the euro area above 3 trillion euros ($3.6 trillion) for the first time.

Today, while BTC is looking green, altcoins are not having that great of a time which includes SAFE (-25%), BAL (-16%), KNC (-10%), CRV (-9%), Tezos (-8%), YFI (-7%), and LINK (-4%), with the top ones down between 1% to 3%.

Still, the likes of CREAM (43%), SASHIMI (42%), UNI (40%), YAMV2 (16%), BASED (8%), and Aave (5%) are making gains.

Signs of New Money Moving into Crypto

The leading cryptocurrency is taking its sweet time moving upwards. Up 50.5% YTD, in Q3 bitcoin, has made gains of only 20%, about half of Q2’s 42% returns. But it is still better than gold’s 10.15%, SPX 7%, dollar’s -3.69%, and WTI’s -6.5%.

Quarter third, however, hasn’t really been good for the cryptocurrency, except for in 2017, or stocks for that matter. The next quarter, on the other hand, historically has been dominated by greens — 82.8% in 2015, 62.60% in 2016, and 210% in 2017. In 2014, 2018, and 2019, however, Bitcoin recorded losses of 18%, 42.5%, and 13.60% respectively.

Also, as Juan Villaverde of Weiss Crypto Ratings notes, underneath the surface, we are seeing “crypto-assets establishing a solid base for a potentially explosive rally as we head into the final quarter of 2020.”

His takeaway from the current market action, where bitcoin is moving higher while altcoins are struggling in sharp contrast to the past couple of months,

“Bitcoin remains the benchmark for outside investor interest in the asset class.”

“I’ve often noted on these reports how no crypto bull market is sustainable without Bitcoin leading the way, at least in the early stages,” said Villaverde adding:

“it’s only when we see Bitcoin outperform the rest of the markets to the upside that we can say that new money is moving into the crypto space — a necessary prerequisite for a long-term bull market.”

But it also remains to be seen if bitcoin will continue to outperform over the next few weeks.

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Ethereum Gas Price Hasn’t Been This High Since its Launch

The price of Ether is back to making its way to $400 level as it hovers around $391 in the green with just $840 million trading in the past 24 hours.

The second-largest digital asset is up 200% YTD and about 290% since March sell-off. Santiment noted,

“ETH holders have been euphoric for good reason… Ethereum is at +2.78 deviations above its neutral resting position when it comes to weighted social sentiment, which is easily an all-time high.”

But what’s not good for Ethereum is the extremely high transaction fees that have been rising throughout 2020.

Ethereum’s average transaction fee has spiked more than 3,636% since the beginning of this year, as per Ycharts.

According to Etherscan, on August 10th, a record of 9,332 ETH in transaction fees was paid, except for on two occasions on June 10 and 11 due to a couple of transactions that paid million dollars in fees.

The average gas price has also skyrocketed surging to 118.33 Gwei, recording an increase of 915% since earlier this year. Trader and economist Alex Kruger noted,

“High demand is driving Ethereum gas prices up. The 30-day average gas price has recently reached levels only seen in the summer of 2015, right after Ethereum launched.”

Ethereum network is working at full capacity, with the daily gas used continuing to surge to new highs in 2020.

From 37.2 billion on January 1st, gas usage has reached 77.8 billion on August 10th. Since late June, it has been keeping above 70 billion.

This growth has been the result of ever-increasing stablecoin supply and the exploding DeFi space.

This past week, however, Ethereum saw a temporary slowdown in its growth with ETH active addresses about even for the week while transactions grew by just 0.9% week-over-week. According to Coin Metrics, transfers on the network declined by 1.4%.

But this week, the market is yet again active as Glassnode noted, 1.2 billion USDT, an all-time high, was transferred on Ethereum within a single hour, yesterday. In this quarter, the supply of stablecoins has been further gaining momentum, already surpassing $12 billion.

As for the DeFi sector, another record of $4.74 million has been locked in this space with an all-time high 4.51 million ETH also locked.

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Bitcoin Is Reversing its Downtrend From A 2017 Peak in An Action HODLers Like to See

Bitcoin is enjoying the green ever since it broke through $10,000 over the weekend. The leading digital currency had already started moving last week, but this week, it gained momentum and is currently trading above $11,000.

Up over 16% in the past five days, it is Bitcoin’s turn to shine.

Ari Wald, head of technical analysis at Oppenheimer, an investment banking service provider, recently in an interview with CNBC while talking about gold. According to him, Gold is looking good after its run-up said, “it’s worthwhile to highlight bitcoin instead, which isn’t as extended.”

Wald notes that bitcoin’s recent breakout is setting up more gains ahead. He said:

“Bitcoin is reversing its downtrend dating back to its 2017 peak. If you are a long-term holder, this is the type of action you’d like to see.”

The flagship cryptocurrency is up 190% from March low but still about 80% away from its all-time high of $20,000 hit in December 2017.

Michael Binger, president of Gradient Investments, however, still prefers yellow metal over digital gold.

“Between the two, I would really lean on the gold side here. When you think about it, it is really a Goldilocks environment for gold investors right now. I mean, you have a weak U.S. dollar, you have negative real interest rates. All of this is based on the prospect of rising inflation.”

Although Binger agrees that bitcoin is a momentum play, he says it is not a “valid currency yet.”

Goldman Goes From no to Keep Buying it

In comparison to gold’s 28% run-up in 2020 so far to hit new peaks, bitcoin has surged over 50% YTD.

Bullion is certainly on investors’ radar, especially after it made new highs. Even Goldman Sachs is recommending investors to keep buying gold, raising its 12-month forecast for gold to $2,300 an ounce.

On Wednesday, Goldman Sachs issued a bold warning that the dollar is in danger of losing its status of the world’s reserve currency amidst the fear of currency “debasement,” inflation, and real interest rates at all-time lows.

This call to buy gold came two months after the investment bank “pissed on bitcoin and gold” back in May, stating, “we do not recommend gold or bitcoin on a strategic or tactical basis for clients’ investment portfolios.”

So, it won’t’ be far-fetched if Goldman comes running back to bitcoin as well in the not so distant future.

“We’ve been recommending gold as a way to play the expansion of the [Federal Reserve’s] balance sheet. It’s actually the high momentum commodity, it ranks highest above all commodities out there in terms of momentum,” Wald said on CNBC’s “Trading Nation,” adding they recommend “sticking” with the precious metal.

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Visa Partner Non-Custodial Lightning Network Wallet Zap Secures $3.5M Funding

The non-custodial Lightning Network wallet Zap has closed a $3.5 million seed round led by Green Oaks Capital, which previously backed Robinhood and Stripe. Morgan Creek co-founder Mark Yusko and Anthony Pompliano also joined the round.

This big development came just months after the payment startup partnered with Visa. Zap currently employs 13 people from all over the world.

Jack Mallers founded zap, and before, the Maller family funded April. Jack’s grandfather helped found the Chicago Board of Exchange (Cboe) and then co-founded First American Discount Corporation with his son.

The core of the product Lightning Network is the second layer of bitcoin, which enables faster and cheaper transactions.

With this open-source non-custodial wallet, users’ don’t even know they are using bitcoin as they use dollars.

“One of the early use cases for us is content creators. Journalists or video game streamers or adult film actors and actresses, put up profiles backed by our infrastructure, and anyone in the world can tip them,” Mallers, 26 told Forbes.

Zap launched its flagship product Strike, a Lightning native neo-bank that addresses pain points for the mass adoption of crypto. In June, the company announced it was admitted to Visa’s Fast Track program and would be launching its card within a year. Strike rewards and Strike merchant tools would also be coming shortly, he said.

Twitter and Square co-founder Jack Dorsey who is a bitcoin advocate have also taken an interest in Lightning with investing in Lightning Labs, the leading developer of Lightning Network.

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This Top Coin, Being the Worst Performer of 2020, Is A Disappointment to the Crypto Market

The fourth-largest cryptocurrency by market cap is currently trading at $0.176 in green by 1.66%, like the majority of the market.

With 8.61% losses In 2020 so far, XRP has now beaten EOS to become the biggest loser among the top 25 cryptocurrencies. XRP is down over 26% against BTC YTD.

In the past seven days, XRP/USD dropped 3.22% and 14% in the past month.

Post COVID-19 crash hasn’t been a good time for XRP as such it’s performance during this period pales in comparison to the strong recovery made by Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) since the March sell-off.

Last month wasn’t good for either BTC or ETH, which moved in a “flat tandem,” but it was worse for XRP, which struggled and lost “14% of its already heavily drained market cap,” noted Arcane Research while trying to answer “Is XRP dying?”

Source: Arcane Research

XRP was flat in Q2 of 2020 with just +1% gains while Bitcoin with +44% and Ethereum +70% gains outpaced the digital asset by big margins. While stablecoins, DeFi innovations, and Proof-of-Stake anticipation has been driving Ether higher, “interest into XRP has died off as XRP struggles to recover since the crash.”

XRP’s poor performance particularly started in Q2 because it did start 2020 strong. It was after the markets crashed in March that “the three musketeers have seen vastly different growth trajectories,” and XRP has been simply a disappointment.

XRP also lost its 3rd spot to Tether (USDT) last quarter, and some are expecting it to drop out of the top 10 list altogether.

At the beginning of this month, Ripple unlocked 1 billion XRP from escrow in different stages.

Ripple is a “No Brainer”

Bitcoin proponent Anthony “Pomp” Pompliano, the co-founder of Morgan Creek Digital, recently shared his views of XRP, which he believes won’t benefit from Ripple’s success as a payment protocol.

“To me, if Ripple is successful, that doesn’t mean XRP has to be successful,” said Pompliano.

In the latest episode of his “The Pomp Podcast,” Pompliano talked about how Ripple excels as a blockchain-payment company with over 350 financial institutions and banks as its partners, but he remains unconvinced if this success is reflected in XRP. He said,

“What I don’t understand, and I think where I choose to not engage on the XRP side, is I don’t understand why people are buying it, speculating on future price movements.”

But Ripple’s mission as a software company that wants to build better software for banks is a “no-brainer,” which makes sense and is a “venture capital bet,” he said.

“I’m jealous I didn’t invest in Ripple in the seed round,” added Pompliano.

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Ethereum Active Addresses Surge to a Two-Year High But They Also Coincide with Market Tops

Currently in the green by 1.07%, Ethereum is trading at $224, up 80% YTD. ETH traders meanwhile are expecting more gains with ETHUSD longs on Bitfinex still near all-time highs.

This growth has the USD balance of ETH on the crypto exchange nearly doubling this year which is in exact opposite trend with the Bitfinex’s bitcoin balance which saw the biggest outlaw among all the exchanges.

What’s bullish is the active addresses on Ethereum that are currently at a level that was last seen in June 2018. These addresses interacting with ETH have spiked to a two-year high of 486,000.

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Source: Glassnode – Ethereum: Active Addresses (7d Moving Average)

However, this indicator is also a cause of concern because “peaks of the daily active addresses line up with market tops.”

Ethereum Usage on New Highs

The network usage is already at new highs with the total ETH gas used on the Ethereum blockchain reaching a new all-time high. This surge is coinciding with the ETH miners voting to increase the block gas limit by 25%.

Although it will increase the network’s capacity to handle the transactions from 35 to 44, it will make it harder and costlier to sync a node. Also, it would increase the risk of DoS attacks.

Ether, the native token of Ethereum, is required as payment to complete the transactions across the network. And as the demand for transaction activity rises on the platform, so does the demand for ether.

As such, the median daily fee on the Ethereum network continues to go higher as the number of ERC-20 transactions pushes into an all-time high territory. Ethereum fees are also exceeding Bitcoin fees for the third time in a row.

Eth fees have been higher than the leading cryptocurrency network on more consecutive days now, which was last seen only once in May 2018.

BTC vs ETH Network Fees
Source: Glassnode

The transaction count is also going parabolic because of the growth of stablecoins and DeFi. The 7-day average of ETH transaction count is now approaching all-time highs set in January 2018.

Source: Coin Metrics

The DeFi Effect

While major fiat-pegged digital assets have surpassed $11 billion, Tether (USDT) has pushed past $10 billion, as per Messari.

Similarly, the amount of ether collateral deposit in DeFi applications has also reached a recent high of 3 million ETH. This figure is shy of the all-time high of nearly 3.3 million deposits in DeFi earlier this year.

Tradeblock Ether Deposited into DeFi
Source: TradeBlock

DeFi tokens are currently the hot commodity in the market with on-chain liquidity protocol Kyber rallying today. The crypto jumped after an upgrade that includes changes to its KNC model to attract more participants to the protocol’s development.

Moreover, now more and more bitcoins are getting on the second-largest network. According to Dune Analytics, “over 11k BTC, which is over 0.05% of BTC supply, is now on Ethereum.”

“Assuming the “hype” is real and that this is another, much more extended growth cycle that the DeFi is about to undergo, the big question is where will the new capital come from,” wrote Denis Vinokourov of Beqaunt.

According to him, aside from collateralized loans and securitized Bitcoin currently in progress, another prime suspect for capital rotation is centralized exchange tokens, he said.

“With the IEO market in hiatus and spot market activity somewhat suppressed especially given the seasonal effects in play at the moment,” it may lead to at least 10% of capital out of CEX to DEXes.

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Bitcoin Recording Third Best Quarterly Close; Strong Q2, But Q3 Paints A ‘Challenging’ Picture

Bitcoin is currently trading above $9,100 in green with just $1.1 billion in ‘real’ trading volume. The leading digital currency has recovered 140% since the March crash but is up only 27% YTD.

Despite the minimal yearly gains and ending the first quarter of 2020 on a red note of 10.58%, the second quarter has turned out to be surprisingly good despite the coronavirus pandemic triggering a sell-off in the global markets.

Today, on the last day of June and the second quarter, we are close to ending this month and quarter at about $9,150.

This makes the third-best quarterly close for bitcoin in its young history. The best quarter close was Q4 of 2017 at 13,660, followed by 2019’s quarter 2nd when bitcoin ended it at $10,590.

After Q2 of 2020, comes Q4 of 2019 when bitcoin was at $7,180.

Around the current price level, bitcoin would mark a gain of more than 42%, which also makes it the fourth-best second quarter since 2014.

After 157.5% gains in 2019, 125.3% in 2017, and 61.8% in 2016, 2020’s 42.2% gains is the best second quarter.

Interestingly, the second user has been a green quarter for bitcoin for the majority of the past seven years except for the 2018 bear market. And bitcoin continued this historical trend this year.

However, this positive development means bad news might be ahead. In contrast with Q2, Q3 heavily tilts towards losses, much like Q1. And we did end up in red in Q1 of 2020. Now, it needs to be seen if Bitcoin will continue ranging, or we will encounter a drop in price.

“Excluding the exceptional 2017 vintage, Q3 has been historically more challenging,” noted Skew Markets.

As we reported, analyst Rekt Capital has said it is nothing out of the ordinary because, after the reward halving of 2016, bitcoin recorded losses before going on a bull rally.

What about USDT?

Stablecoins have been seeing strong growth throughout the coronavirus pandemic only to slow down in the past few weeks. Amidst bitcoin’s lackluster performance, popular stablecoin (USDT) has surpassed $10 billion market cap, as per Messari. This has many expecting a run-up in BTC.

But this demand for USDT is not reflected in Bitcoin price.

This is because “Tether has historically printed USDT in large batches in anticipation of future demand and distributions,” said Coin Metrics in its latest report.

According to the report, on-chain supply doesn’t mean new supply in public markets, and USDT held by the Tether Treasury, which is currently at $9.79 billion, is a more accurate indicator of the supply in public markets.

The correlation between free float USDT and Bitcoin’s price was clearer in early 2019 when BTC rose from $4,000 to $12,000.

A bullish picture meanwhile was painted by Bitcoin hodlers as those holding BTC for a year or more made a new all-time high of 62%.

Pointing to this, Alistair Milne noted, “Similar levels of HODL last seen during a 3-month consolidation at around $400 before starting a two-year bull run,” and guesses the cycle peak to be around 70%.

Also, from the mining perspective, Matt D’Souza, CEO of Blockware Mining, says just like the bitcoin mining market bottomed in late Q4, 2018/early 2019, “we are in a similar environment today.”

They also believe the “Bitcoin spot market is starting a bull market,” which “will pull the mining market out of this winter.”

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