투자자 수가 1000 BTC에서 감소했습니다.
Alexey Moskovsky, CEO of Moskovski Capital, said on his Twitter account that there are several possible reasons for the drop in the number of investors holding more than 1,000 Bitcoins.
At the current price level of $55,000, the number of holders with 1,000 Bitcoins in the wallet is similar to what it was when the price of the main cryptocurrency on the market was $20,000 in January of this year.
One of the reasons for the decrease in the number of large Bitcoin holders, according to Moskovsky, is the need to split your balance into several wallets, as a result of the requirements of local regulators or exchanges.
Another problem for such investors is banal restrictions or service limits. Sometimes they force depositors to keep their money in even more wallets. Despite the fact that almost all of them are already familiar with diversification.
And the last reason could be the sale of whales against the background of the rapid growth of cryptocurrency over the past few months. Yes, despite the already multi-million dollar fortune, some whales are not at all averse to receiving income from Bitcoins, in which they invested several years ago.
Interestingly, if investors had to distribute their funds from wallets where more than 1000 Bitcoins were stored, then the number of wallets with a balance of more than 100 BTC should have increased. But that did not happen.