Bitcoin Volume Observes Yearly Lows As Volatility Declines Further

Bitcoin Volume Observes Yearly Lows As Volatility Declines Further

Bitcoin continues to observe new yearly lows for volume as volatility also continues to decline further. Bitcoin Volume And Volatility At Yearly Lows As per an Arcane Research report, the 7-day average trading volume for BTC continues to hit yearly lows. This is the third consecutive week that the indicator has plunged down. The below […]

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