- BTC and ETH recorded month lows in amount supply last active.
- The two tokens saw outflows greater than the inflows.
- Both cryptos are up in price in the last 24 hours.
Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) have seen dips in their amount of supply last active, recording a one-month and five-month lows, respectively, according to data from onchain market intelligence Glassnode.
In a report released early May 17, Bitcoin logged a low of 1,390,854.658 BTC supply last active in a one to three-month period. Three days prior, the “king of cryptocurrency’s” previous one-month low was 1,390,930.172 BTC. Currently, Bitcoin has a net flow of -$326.5 million.
Meanwhile, Ethereum’s supply last active in a three to five year period (24 hours moving average) hit a five-month low of 18,967,784.830 ETH. The last time Ethereum recorded a five-month low of 18,970,064.215 ETH was on December 18, 2021.
Recording an inflow of $1.6 billion and an outflow of $2.6 billion, Ethereum currently has a net flow of -$997.7 million.
What this data from Glassnode implies is that Bitcoin and Ethereum holders are already trading their assets instead of holding them. This can be owed to the flagship crypto suffering a nosedive by almost -25% in the last month, affecting the whole market.
To some investors, a high number of inactive crypto could lead to a spike in price. On the other hand, if fewer assets remain inactive, this signifies the end of a bull run.
At the time of writing, Bitcoin trades over $30,500, up by 1.3% in the last 24 hours. Meanwhile, Ethereum price is up by 2.3% in the last day, trading at $2,090.
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