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25,000 Bitcoins (BTC) Withdrawn from Centralized Exchanges in Second-Largest Outflow in 15 Months

Thu, 05/13/2021 - 14:53
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Vladislav Sopov
Large-scale Bitcoin (BTC) buyers go berserk amidst the ongoing bloodbath. Analysts have registered evangelic withdrawal from centralized exchanges
25,000 Bitcoins (BTC) Withdrawn from Centralized Exchanges in Second-Largest Outflow in 15 Months
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The IntoTheBlock team, focused on on-chain data analysis for major crypto platforms, displays how Bitcoiners (BTC) are doing amidst its dramatic flash-crash.

Second-largest Bitcoin (BTC) withdrawal in 15 months

According to the Twitter publication by IntoTheBlock analysts, centralized exchanges across the globe witnessed a huge outflow of Bitcoin (BTC) funds yesterday.

25K Bitcoins (BTC) withdrawn from exchanges: IntoTheBlock
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A total of 24,840 Bitcoins (BTC) were moved by customers out of major trading platforms. This spike of withdrawals is the most massive one since late 2019.

Also, analyst Lex Moskovski, CIO of Moskovski Capital, reported that 10,145 Bitcoins (BTC) left the leading U.S.-based cryptocurrencies exchange, Coinbase, in no time.

At press time, the orange coin is changing hands at $50,500 on major spot platforms, while the Fear and Greed index by Alternative has entered the "Fear" zone and now sits at a three-week low.

"Environmentally-friendly" Musk ruins the king crypto

As covered by U.Today previously, Bitcoin (BTC) plummeted to its lowest levels since March 1. Following Elon Musk's statement about Tesla terminating Bitcoin (BTC) payments, the price of the flagship crypto tanked to $46,000.

Bitcoin Collapses to $45K as Tesla Stops Accepting It for Vehicle Purchases

Meanwhile, Bitcoin (BTC) remains on Tesla's balance sheet. The Techno King will experiment with other cryptocurrencies due to the fact that Bitcoin (BTC) mining consumes so much energy.

This disaster was preceded by another one: Ethereum's inventor, Vitalik Buterin, moved all of his liquidity from dog-themed cryptocurrency pools. As a result, "meme coin" prices lost between 60 and 95 percent of their market capitalizations.

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Blockchain Analyst & Writer with scientific background. 6+ years in IT-analytics, 3+ years in blockchain.

Worked in independent analysis as well as in start-ups (, Monoreto, Attic Lab etc.)