- Realized Price is the Realized Cap divided by the current supply.
- On Jan. 29, Litecoin price exceeded its realized price of $94.30
- Litecoin has been below its realized price since March 2022
- Bitcoin and Ethereum both broke the resistance of their realized price in recent weeks
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