Is the market Bull or Bear? Investors are buying in during Bitcoin’s dip in price. The correction continues led by speculation around coin movement from an 11-year old wallet. About $80m worth of positions have been liquidated during the downturn but participants appear to be buying the dip. Open interest still sits at >$3b; long/short ratio @ 2:1.
More on the wallet activity; the coins were mined in ‘09 and inactive until a few days ago. While the market has come to a conclusion it’s NOT the act of Bitcoin creator, Satoshi, movement from old wallets still points to whale activity, and in this case, interpreted as a possible sell-off.
Another figure weighing on the markets is total hashrate, which continues to be stagnant at ~30% below the recent highs. Mining difficulty was adjusted down but 6% probably isn’t enough to get miners excited.
On a positive note, Summer is typically strong seasonality for mining in China due to cheaper hydro electricity costs. This could drive a significant amount of rigs to come back online.
You can actually speculate on mining difficulty on FTX with their newly launched Hashrate futures. The most clear use-case looks to be for miners to hedge against faster than expected rises in difficulty.
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