Bitcoin's recent climb beyond $27,000 has triggered a market reaction that points to an intriguing trend among investors. As trading interest wanes, the total Bitcoin held on exchange addresses is showing a significant decrease, hinting at a shift in investor behaviour. But what does this mean exactly? And why is there a sudden surge of Bitcoin transfers away from exchanges? Is this the prelude to a trend that could potentially reshape the Bitcoin landscape? Join us behind the paywall to uncover…
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