BTC & ETH Have Been the Best Risk-Adjusted Assets over the Last Year
Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) have been the best risk-adjusted assets over the last year based on the Sharpe Ratio.
The Top 10 Ethereum Non-Exchange Whale Wallets Hold 19.67 Million ETH
The top 10 Ethereum non-exchange whale wallets are continuing to climb in terms of ETH held.
The Number of Ethereum Deposits on Crypto Exchanges Hit a 5-Month Low-What This Mean
The number of ETH deposits on crypto exchanges continues to diminish, given that it reached a 5-month low of 548.940.
Bitcoin Miners’ Outflow Volume Hit a Monthly Low
Bitcoin miners are not yet out of the woods because their outflow volume reached a monthly low of 47.163 BTC.
Bitcoin Addresses Holding Between 100 and 10,000 BTC Hit a 7-Week High
BTC addresses holding between 100 and 10,000 BTC have been on a spending spree, given that they have added 90,000 BTC to their portfolio, as acknowledged by on-chain metrics provider Santiment.
Ethereum Whale Addresses Are Still Hovering Around an All-Time High
Ethereum whales are on a record-breaking trend.
Bitcoin Needs Momentum to Hit $43,000 For Recapturing the 200-Day Moving Average
Market analyst Lark Davis suggests that BTC needs momentum to push forward until the $43,000 level to regain the 200-day moving average.
Long-Term Bitcoin Holders Keep Stacking While Short-Term Holders Keep Selling
On-chain analyst William Clemente III revealed that long-term holders keep on stacking as short-term holders keep on selling.
13.38% of Bitcoin’s Money Supply Has Now Moved Between $31K and $40K
On-chain analyst William Clemente III disclosed that 13.38% of Bitcoin’s circulating supply standing at 18.73 million BTC has moved between the $31k and $40k range.
Bitcoin Miners’ Wallet Net Flows Are Increasingly Turning Negative
Bitcoin (BTC) experienced a sharp correction that drove the price to lows of $30k . Some analysts believe that Bitcoin miners have been on the receiving end because the recent market crash slashed their profit margins.

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