Bitcoin Addresses Holding $1 Million Goes ‘Parabolic,’ 10% of BTC Supply Sits Idle for 10 Years

While bitcoin trades above the $20k handle, onchain data shows that the number of bitcoin addresses holding at least $1 million has climbed substantially increasing by more than 150%. Moreover, Glassnode’s statistics indicate that roughly 1.85 million bitcoin hasn’t moved in over a decade. At the time of publication, bitcoin (BTC) is hovering just below […]

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