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Two Signs We’re Not at the Top of the Bitcoin Cycle: Analysis

Despite reaching a new yearly-high recently, the Bitcoin velocity metric is still far from the previous bull runs. It means that investors are mainly regarding BTC as a store of value instead of a medium of exchange and hinted that the ongoing bullish cycle is far from its top.
Store of Value Status Says BTC’s Velocity
According to the analytics company CryptoQuant, Bitcoin’s velocity is a “measurement of the rate at which BTC is circulating in the economy.” In other words, it shows if the primary cryptocurrency is generally used as a means of payment – if there’s high activity on the network – or as a store of value – in case the activity is lower.
More recent data from the company indicated that the velocity had started to increase in mid-2020 and has reached a new two-year high. Nevertheless, it’s still far away from the tops during the previous bull cycles in 2013 and 2017, suggesting that there’s still more room for growth for BTC during the current run.
Bitcoin Price Vs. Bitcoin Velocity. Source: CryptoQuantAdditionally, CryptoQuant said each cycle top has previously displayed a “considerable bearish divergence” on this indicator. However, the company noted that “none have been formed” during this cycle yet.
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