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According to IntoTheBlock analytics agency, a number of traders have begun to accumulate Bitcoin on their addresses, raising their BTC balance by 4.2%.
Bitcoin traders buying more BTC to hold
IntoTheBlock has spread the word about a number of traders acquiring more Bitcoin recently and thus increasing their balances by 4.2%. These traders have been holding for more than 30 days.
The tweet adds that these traders tend to follow the Bitcoin price action. Now, the data aggregator says, the market sees retail interest in Bitcoin coming back.
Retail interest in $BTC is returning to the market.— IntoTheBlock (@intotheblock) March 3, 2022
The number of traders - addresses holding <30 days, are rapidly increasing in correlation with the price appreciation of #Bitcoin.
These traders tend to follow the price action, and they have increased their balance by 4.2%. pic.twitter.com/lcnSWQKWou
Bitcoin whales' balances surge to 11.78 million BTC
Earlier this week, U.Today reported on a group of wallet owners who had been holding Bitcoin for more than one year. Over the past 30 days, their balances have risen by 4.13%.
Now, these whale wallets hold a jaw-dropping $516,369,232,000 in BTC – that is, 11.78 million coins.
Besides, according to the analytics team of Santiment data vendor, Bitcoin whales have become pretty active in conducting large crypto transfers.
Over the past three days, Santiment has counted 13,400 Bitcoin transfers, and each of them carried more than a $1,000,000 worth of the flagship cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin is up 15%
Over the past few days, the leading global digital asset, Bitcoin, has made a market increase of over 15%. It has soared from the $37,975 level to $43,704 by now. On March 2, Bitcoin reached a local high in the $45,300 zone.
At the moment, the Bitcoin price is 36.38% below its all-time high of $68,789 reached on Nov. 10.