Bitcoin Held on Trading Platforms Continues to Drop Lower, Over 68% of the To...

Bitcoin Held on Trading Platforms Continues to Drop Lower, Over 68% of the To...

Amid the market carnage tied to Terra’s recent fallout, bitcoin sent to exchanges saw a brief spike on May 7, jumping more than 2% higher from 2.481 million to 2.532 million bitcoin. Despite the recent increase of bitcoin sent to trading platforms, the number of bitcoins on exchanges today remains lower than ever before. Bitcoin Continues to be Taken Off Exchanges Bitcoin (BTC) continues to be removed from centralized cryptocurrency exchanges as the number is much lower than the lows that were recorded on November 15, 2020. 248 days earlier, on March 12, 2020, the day after the....


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