According to data provided by the Glassnode analytics company, validators keep depositing their Ethers into the Ethereum 2.0 contract.
This time, the total amount of ETH locked there has come close to seven million and has reached a new all-time high.
Besides, ETH balances on centralized crypto exchanges keep declining, and the number ETH non-zero addresses has reached a new historic peak.
Glassnode metrics show several Ethereum-related ATHs
As per a chart shared by the Glassnode team, the total value of ETH locked in the Ethereum 2.0 deposit contract has totaled 6,727,938 ETH, or $22,051,355,030.
Validators keep moving Ethereum to the ETH 2.0 contract and almost nine percent of the total Ethereum supply has now been deposited there.
ETH balances on exchanges keep dropping
According to a chart from the analytics service, ETH exchange deposits have hit a seven-month low, totaling 701.595. A previous drop to the lowest level in seven months was seen back on Aug. 6.
Besides, new users continue to join the Ethereum ecosystem and set up wallets as the number of non-zero ETH addresses has reached a one-month high of 59,753,415.
Ethereum is inching closer to $3,300
After breaching the $3,000 level last Saturday, the second-largest cryptocurrency remains above this price mark and is striving to break above $3,300 once again as it had done on Aug. 14 and 16 but then rolled back.
At press time, Ethereum is going at $3,283, according to data provided by CoinMarketCap.