The behavior of Bitcoin's short-term holders, those possessing the cryptocurrency for less than 155 days, deeply influences market dynamics. Recent data reveals that following Bitcoin's dip to $25,000 on September 11, the percentage of short-term holder supply in loss dropped to 59%. The subsequent recovery to $27,000 pushed the profit supply to 65%, yet it remains below the summer average. The MVRV ratio, indicating unrealized profit or loss relative to market value, hovers at 0.95, brushing against the lower band... Could this be signaling a potential...
Short-term holders show signs of seller exhaustion
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