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Giorno: 10 giugno 2024 | Ora: 14:31 Bitcoin ha mostrato una performance variabile negli ultimi giorni, con un aumento fino a $71.000 seguito da una diminuzione a causa dei dati sull'occupazione negli Stati Uniti. Secondo l'analisi di Markus Thielen, fondatore di 10X Research, il recente ritiro di circa 100.000 Bitcoin, pari a $6,75 miliardi, dagli exchange di criptovalute potrebbe indicare un trend rialzista. Questa tendenza potrebbe portare ad una riduzione dell'offerta disponibile sugli exchange e ad un aumento del prezzo se la domanda rimane stabile o aumenta. Al momento, il prezzo di Bitcoin è di $69.380.

Bitcoin has shown variable performance in recent days, with a increase up to $71,000 followed by a decrease due to US employment data. According to the analysis by Markus Thielen, founder of 10X Research, the recent withdrawal of around 100,000 Bitcoin, equivalent to $6.75 billion, from cryptocurrency exchanges could indicate a bullish trend. This trend could lead to a reduction in the available supply on exchanges and an increase in price if demand remains stable or increases. Currently, the price of Bitcoin is $69,380.


Bitcoin, the leading cryptocurrency, has been exhibiting a variable performance in recent days. At this point, while BTC rose above $71,000 last week, it experienced a decline following strong US employment data. Amid these fluctuations in Bitcoin, an analysis by 10X Research founder Markus Thielen showed that Bitcoin may be on the verge of a significant rise. Thielen, who is very successful in his predictions and analysis, drew attention to the BTC accumulation of investors in his last analysis. At this point, Thielen pointed out that nearly 100,000 Bitcoins worth approximately $6.75 billion were withdrawn from cryptocurrency exchanges last month, and stated that Bitcoin is in a potential upward trend. "Last month, nearly 100,000 Bitcoins worth approximately $6.75 billion were withdrawn from exchanges. This exodus was largely led by two major US platforms: Kraken and Coinbase. "55,000 Bitcoins worth approximately $3.8 billion were withdrawn from Kraken, while 24,000 Bitcoins worth $1.7 billion were withdrawn from Coinbase." Stating that these massive BTC withdrawals indicate a potential bullish trend among investors, Thielen said that when large amounts of Bitcoin are removed from exchanges, this usually means that investors plan to hold BTC rather than sell them in the near future. "This trend could tighten the available supply on exchanges and cause the price to rise if demand remains stable or increases." Bitcoin continues to trade at $69,380 at the time of writing. *This is not investment advice.