Bitcoin [BTC] traders were collecting coins at lower prices as bear fiasco unraveled, says research

With the bull is siding by the cryptocurrencies to overthrow the bear, the topmost cryptocurrency, Bitcoin [BTC] has also registered tremendous growth, especially when it comes to its value. At the time of press, the coin was reported to be valued at $4,078.26. However, the coin showed a similar hike before suffering the worst monthly drop in November, revealed a research by Chainalysis.
The research reported that Bitcoin’s 30-day moving average of flows to personal wallet was growing. The growth surpassed $400 million in November from less than $300 million in June, reported Bloomberg. The report noted that this increase was a partial rebound as the flows slowed down during the early months of the year from almost $900 million in January as Bitcoin’s value plunged.
The data compiled by the report suggests that people were collecting coins at lower prices, informed Kim Grauer, an economist at Chainalysis. This did not help Bitcoin as it plunged by 38 percent in November. The topmost coin on the CoinMarketCap slipped more than 50 percent in 2018, even before November began.
The report by Chainalysis also found that out of 460 million Bitcoin addresses, only 27 million hold Bitcoin at the moment. Also, the report says that only 20 percent of Bitcoin that is traded is exchanged between two parties. When $41 billion of transactions were carried out between the months August and October, only $9 billion of it had an economic value, read the report.
However, Bitcoin [BTC],  has turned out to be a winner, with the highest market capitalization, and smashed through the $4,000 market after suffering the bear attack for two weeks.

At the time of press, Bitcoin was trading at $4,057 with a market cap of $70.73 billion. The cryptocurrency records a trading volume of $7.56 billion and has registered a growth of over 8% in the past 24 hours. The coin is not seen to settle down and is growing by 0.28% within an hour.

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