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BTC Price Live Data

Bitcoin today's live price is $65,868.36 USD with a 24-hour trading volume of $24,232,423,379 USD. Bitcoin has dropped by 0.59% in the last 24 hours. The current ranking is #1, with a live market cap of $1,296,919,130,144 USD, and a circulating supply of 19,689,559 BTC coins.

Market Cap
Volume (24h)
Circulating Supply
19,689,559 BTC
Fully Diluted Market Cap
$ 1,383,235,740,984


95% of Bitcoin addresses are in a floating profit state

IntoTheBlock stated in a post on X platform that 95% of Bitcoin addresses are currently in a state of profit. The last time the proportion was this high was during the peak of the bull market in 2021, when the price of Bitcoin exceeded $60,000.

Crypto Market: PCE & Other Events To Watch Amid Fed Rate-Cut Speculations

Investors brace for a pivotal week as economic data, Fed speeches, and rate-cut speculations shape the crypto market's trajectory.

Satoshi Anticipated Bitcoin Energy Debate in Email Thread With Early Collaborators

The Bitcoin creator saw an irony in the debate between economic liberty and conservation in an email thread with an early collaborator Martii 'Sirius' Malmi.

The largest Bitcoin transaction occurred yesterday, involving 26,139 BTC and worth $1.347 billion

An address starting with 1aXzE transferred approximately 26,139 bitcoins worth about $1.347 billion to an address starting with 3M6XX yesterday, as monitored by Arkham.It is reported that the largest Bitcoin transaction prior to this occurred in April 2020, involving a trade of 161,500 BTC worth about $1.1 billion, involving two Bitfinex addresses, which was later confirmed by CTO Paolo Ardoino. Prior to that, other major transactions in 2019 and 2020 ranged from $491 million to $1.033 billion.

Cointime February 24 News Express

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Bitcoin DeFi platform completes $700,000 pre-sale round of financing

The British Bitcoin DeFi platform announced the completion of a $700,000 pre-sale round of financing. The new funds will be used to build a DEX designed specifically for the Bitcoin ecosystem. It is reported that the model is similar to UniSwap, but its platform will use the Stacks L2 blockchain.

Saber56 CEO: “The time is ripe for many transactions” after BTC halving

Sabre56 CEO Phil Harvey stated that "many trading opportunities have matured" after the BTC halving. He said, "Time will tell, but historical data strongly suggests significant growth within 18 months."

ARK 21Shares Bitcoin Spot ETF saw a net inflow of $34.5 million yesterday

Farside Investors monitored that on February 23, the ARK 21Shares Bitcoin Spot ETF (ARKB) had a net inflow of $34.5 million.

Bitcoin retreats below $51,000

According to OKX market data on February 23rd, Bitcoin fell below $51,000 and is currently priced at $50,983, with a 24-hour drop of 0.82%.

Head of Deribit Asia-Pacific Business: Today’s largest BTC option block buy expires on March 1st, $52,000 straddle combination

Lin, the head of Deribit Exchange's Asia-Pacific business, stated that today's largest BTC options trade was once again buying a cross-market combination for March 1st: buying both a call and put option for 52,000 on March 8th, totaling 250 BTC and paying a premium of $785,000. The largest ETH trade today was buying 2,000 call options for 32,000 at the end of March, paying a premium of $314,000. The biggest change in the past 1-2 weeks compared to before the Spring Festival is that the large trades are relatively small. Recently, with the release of financial reports for US stocks and the FOMC meeting, the prices of technology stocks have been high, and traditional large institutions are focusing on arbitrage trading or short-term hedging.

Bitcoin Optech Newsletter #290

This week’s newsletter describes a proposal for providing DNS-based human-readable Bitcoin payment instructions, summarizes a post with thoughts about mempool incentive compatibility, links to a thread discussing the design of Cashu and other ecash systems, briefly looks at continuing discussion about 64-bit arithmetic in Bitcoin scripts (including a specification for a previously proposed opcode), and gives an overview of an improved reproducible ASMap creation process. Also included are our regular sections describing updates to clients and services, new releases and release candidates, and notable changes to popular Bitcoin infrastructure software.

Bitcoin exchange balances fall to lowest since April 2018

According to Glassnode data, since mid-March 2020, the amount of Bitcoin stored in exchange wallets has significantly decreased, marking a significant shift in investor behavior. At that time, more than 17% of the total Bitcoin supply was held on exchanges, reaching a historic high. However, the trend of decreasing exchange balances has continued, even during the 2021 Bitcoin bull market and is expected to continue until 2024. The amount of Bitcoin held on exchanges has continued to decline this year. From January 1st to February 19th, the amount of Bitcoin in exchange wallets decreased from 2.356 million BTC to 2.314 million BTC, the lowest level since April 2018.

Bitcoin drops below $51,000

According to OKX market data, Bitcoin fell below $51,000 and is now priced at $50,942, with a 24-hour decline of 1.89%.

VanEck's HODL Bitcoin ETF Trading Volumes Surge Over 2,200% Driven by Individual Traders

VanEck's HODL, a BTC ETF, saw a surge of over 2,200% in trading volumes on Tuesday, with individual traders driving the move. The ETF traded over $400 million, a 22-fold increase from its daily average of $17 million. The surge in volumes came ahead of a planned fee cut on Wednesday, with VanEck reducing its offering fees from 0.25% to 0.20%. The ETF now holds nearly $200 million worth of bitcoin, with the surge in volumes contributing to the highest volume day for bitcoin ETFs since their launch in January.

BTC market value returns to US$1 trillion, setting record in 2 years

According to Coingecko data, BTC's market value has returned to $1 trillion, currently valued at $1,026,205,886,144, setting a record for the past two years.

Over 840,000 New Bitcoin Addresses Suffer Losses Amid Speculations of Impending Sell-Off

Bitcoin's recent surge above $52,000 has been followed by a rebound and pullback frenzy, causing some concern about a potential sell-off. Over 840,000 new Bitcoin addresses that bought BTC during the rally have incurred significant losses, which could lead to increased selling pressure. Crypto analyst Michaël van de Poppe predicts a potential correction before the Bitcoin price peaks between $53,000 and $58,000. Despite this, TradingView has given Bitcoin a "Strong Buy" indicator and the cryptocurrency currently boasts a market capitalization of $1.01 trillion.

Bitcoin’s market depth on 33 CEX is close to $540 million

On February 20th, it was reported that earlier in the day, Bitcoin rose to a total value of $539 million in buy and sell orders within a 2% market depth (meaning within a 2% range of the market price) across 33 centralized exchanges. Data tracked by Kaiko shows that this is the highest level since October of last year and represents a 30% increase since the launch of the spot ETF on January 11th.

IntoTheBlock: Nearly 850,000 addresses bought 480,000 BTC at an average price of $52,125

According to IntoTheBlock data, 848,390 addresses bought 481,710 BTC (worth $25 billion) at an average price of $52,125. These addresses are currently in a loss position and may create selling pressure when their positions reach breakeven.

A whale withdrew nearly $1 billion worth of Bitcoin from Coinbase over the weekend

According to a report by CryptoQuant on February 20th, a whale withdrew over 18,000 bitcoins (worth about $1 billion) from Coinbase last weekend. These bitcoins were then distributed to multiple new wallets, each with a balance ranging from $45 million to $171 million. This move caused Coinbase's bitcoin reserves to drop to 394,000 BTC, worth about $20.5 billion, the lowest level since 2017.

Bitcoin open interest near all-time high

According to Coinglass data, as of January 19th, the current open interest of Bitcoin futures is $24.211 billion, with a 24-hour increase of 1.83%. This number is approaching the historical high point of $24.268 billion in mid-April 2021.

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