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Bitcoin exchange deposits hit three-year low


Quick Take

  • Bitcoin exchange deposits hit a three-year low.
  • While exchange withdrawals are starting to outpace deposits for the first time since the SVB collapse back in March.
  • This suggests fewer investors are willing to part with their Bitcoin and send it to exchanges.
  • This isn’t suggesting withdrawals are increasing. They are staying relatively flat, emphasizing the deposits falling rapidly.

Bitcoin exchange deposits = 45,000 Bitcoin

Bitcoin exchange withdrawals = 51,176 Bitcoin

Exchange Dominance: (Source: Glassnode)

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