Representatives of the Dadiani Syndicate, a London over-the-counter platform, said that one of its customers wishes to acquire a quarter of all BTC.
“One of our clients approached us and said they were interested in acquiring 25% of all bitcoin currently available,” a company representative told Forbes magazine.
It is almost impossible to process such an order since the total number of coins is about 4.5 million BTC. However, the company commissioned its employees to conduct market research to try to fulfill the request.
Moreover, even if the attempt does not turn out to be a success, Dadiani still intends to agree on the purchase of significant amounts. It is worth noting that such purchase order will certainly contribute to a significant increase in asset prices due to a reduction in supply.
Today, there are doubts about the actual total amount of BTC since many users have lost their keys from the bitcoin wallets on which the coins were kept. Thus, the number of coins in circulation is significantly less than the number of all issued BTC.
“Realistically speaking, there are probably less than 5 million coins actually circulating at the moment,” said Mati Greenspan, the senior market analyst at eToro.
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