This Indicator Shows Money Flowing Back From Stablecoins Into Bitcoin (BTC), Whales Are Back

By Bhushan Akolkar
June 25, 2021 Updated June 25, 2021
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Bitcoin (BTC) continues to remain largely volatile as the cryptocurrency is up 5% today as of press time. From Thursday’s lows, the BTC price has recovered back to $34,500 levels. Several indicators point out that Bitcoin has been on the path of recovery, and it could be probably on the uptrend post this expiry on Friday, June 25.

As per Glassnode, the Stablecoin Supply Ratio (SSR) Oscillator has bottomed out in recent weeks and been trending. This clearly indicates that money has been flowing from stablecoins back into BTC.

Courtesy: Glassnode

On the other hand, Bitcoins are now moving from weak hands to strong hands. The 4th largest Bitcoin whale wallet has started acquiring BTC once again. During the BTC price correction earlier on Tuesday, this mysterious whale added 4,106 BTC (~$143M USD).

Previously, two weeks back, it sold 1500 BTC at $40,000. The whale started the Bitcoin acquisition in 2019 and now owns 115K Bitcoins as of now.

Bitcoin Supply Drying Up But Adress Activity on the Dip

The Bitcoin supply at exchanges has once again started drying with net exchange outflows reported by Glassnode. This is a bullish indicator and could possibly help the BTC price to surge northward once again.

However, amid the recent market volatility, the BTC price has been oscillating wildly in the range between $30K-$35K. While Bitcoin is showing signs of recovery there’s still not a considerable uptick in the address activity for Bitcoin (BTC). the Bitcoin network address activity has now reached a one-year low.

In other news, El Salvador continues its progress with Bitcoin adoption. President Nayib Bukele recently announced the country’s first Bitcoin airdrop program giving $30 worth of BTC to every registered user in the country. With El Salvador taking the lead, other Latin American nations have already started following the lead. Now, the Paraguay government has put forward the bill to make Bitcoin a legal tender.

Bhushan is a FinTech enthusiast and holds a good flair in understanding financial markets. His interest in economics and finance draw his attention towards the new emerging Blockchain Technology and Cryptocurrency markets. He is continuously in a learning process and keeps himself motivated by sharing his acquired knowledge. In free time he reads thriller fictions novels and sometimes explore his culinary skills.
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