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#On-Chain Activity

As I had a ruff week, I did not had time to bring the weekly Macro-to-crypto and as most of charts have changed, let's focus on BTC Halving, Miners and Hash dynamics!

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#On-Chain Activity

Over One Million Wallets Now Hold at Least 1 Bitcoin.

The 'King of Crypto' (yes, I'm talking about Bitcoin, not Ethereum, and definitely not Dogecoin... Show More

#Progress

Bitcoin Halving 2024: What to Expect? As we approach the anticipated Bitcoin halving in April 2024, investors and enthusiasts like me (and probably you too) are pondering the potential impact on the world's leading cryptocurrency. Show More

#On-Chain Activity

So, the price drop. I had this question a couple of times now and was wondering if it's still because of Grayscale selling. Show More

If you read the original Bitcoin whitepaper, the idea is brilliant. Unfortunately, many of the original core benefits have been disabled. Show More

#On-Chain Activity

I found a great summary on X from ashcrypto. Gave it a thought and sharing it here on why Bitcoin is experiencing a dip post the groundbreaking spot ETF approval

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I love crypto, but hate Bitcoin. Ever since I 1st got into crypto, I've never understood why people like Bitcoin so much. Show More

#Progress

Reminder that Bitcoin's halving is already in a week and some hours.

Bitcoin halving is like a special event that happens every 4 years where the reward for creating new bitcoins gets cut in half. Show More

#Progress

Bitcoin ETFs have taken $654m in the last 3 trading days.

Guess this explains why Bitcoin's price has absorbed the sell pressure from the German Government entirely

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#On-Chain Activity

Bitcoin's Path to All-Time Highs

Network fees, exchange netflows, and upcoming events like the Bitcoin halving are all crucial factors influencing investor sentiment and price movements. Show More

#On-Chain Activity

In Q4/2023, MicroStrategy released a report stating that they hold 190,000 BTC.

During the fourth quarter, they purchased an additional 31,755 BTC at a total value of $1.25 billion, with an average price of $39,411 per BTC. Show More

#Team

Proof you don’t need a huge sophisticated team to create something unique and revolutionary. Show More

#Technology

The BTC technology stack is probably the best there is, however I'm giving it a 3 stars because there is a significant risk at play against Proof-of-Work which BTC is built upon. Show More

#On-Chain Activity

Continuing the post from our beloved Jeroen, the BTC Spot ETF graphs and datas below shows that GBTC has been selling around and 100m+ BTC, as others are acquiring all of it. Show More

#Progress

Bitcoin continues to reign as king of crypto - and I don't see that changing anytime soon! Show More

#On-Chain Activity

In this week's analysis, my focus begins with a scrutiny of the competition surrounding Bitcoin ETFs, unraveling the continuous shift of long-term capital in that direction. Show More

#On-Chain Activity

We witnessed dynamic shifts, with changing network fees, THE week for Bitcoin ETFs, resilient DeFi lending, and intriguing miner trends. Show More

#Idea

Everyone who is hear reading this or in crypto should already know a great deal or something about Bitcoin (BTC) or are here because they heard of Bitcoin first and would love to know more (most people). Show More

Lets talk a little about last BTC price movements. I think everyone heard about Grayscale. Show More

#On-Chain Activity

The Bitcoin network has been relatively quiet in recent days. The number of transactions has been declining, and the price has been trading sideways. Show More

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