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Bitcoin uptrend not over: Big whales aren’t selling BTC, data shows

Big whales aren’t selling, but accumulating Bitcoin, as the price of BTC consolidates under $60,000.
The price of Bitcoin (BTC) is consolidating between the $55,000 to $59,000 range, establishing the mid-$50,000 region as a support area. This trend coincides with strengthening on-chain fundamentals, such as whale and address activity.Since the Bitcoin rally began to accelerate in November 2020, the seven-day average active address has increased in tandem. A pseudonymous trader known as “Crypto Birb” pointed out:”$BTC seven day average over daily active addresses in sideways while price action climbs. The upside trend is the strongest when backed by onchain trends.”It shows that on-chain trends have been supplementing both short and long-term Bitcoin price cycles.Big whales are not selling but accumulating BitcoinAccording to the data from Santiment, big Bitcoin whales have been mostly accumulating Bitcoin as over 35,000 BTC has left exchanges in the past 30 days. The latest outflows have also pushed down exchanges’ BTC reserves to the lowest levels since early March before BTC hit new all-time highs above $60,000.┬áThe trend of large Bitcoin addresses. Source: SantimentThe Santiment team wrote:”As you’d expect, not all of #Bitcoin’s whales are behaving in unison. However, we’ve seen interesting trends these past couple months, such as 100-1,000 $BTC addresses adding 353k more $BTC since Feb. 1st, while 1k-10k addresses have shed 300k $BTC.”The chart shows that 1,000 BTC to 10,000 BTC addresses have been selling, but analysts from Whalemap said that this range is a difficult range to analyze.This range could include exchange …
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