Finding out how many investors left the crypto market can help us gauge the general mood in the sector and decide if the market is poised for a recovery or will continue to experience new lows. CryptoQuant research indicates that it is not as severe as one may anticipate.
We may look at information like the capitalization of the biggest assets on the crypto market to get a general idea of the percentage of investors that withdrew from the market. When Bitcoin and Ethereum’s market value plunged by 70% and 40%, respectively, it may appear at first that a greater percentage of the business has abandoned it in favor of more prosperous times.
Investors who left the crypto market?
However, it would be erroneous to estimate the number of investors who left the crypto market by comparing the valuation of wildly fluctuating assets like Bitcoin over time. The analyst advised as a substitute taking a look at stablecoin capitalisation.
Stables’ capitalization dropped by “only” 11%, which indicates that the cryptocurrency suffered less damage than most pessimistic analysts and economists had predicted.
Lack of liquidity is most likely to blame for the sharp decline in value of several cryptocurrencies. Users “Tether out” but do not move their cash out of the digital sector due to the falling prices of assets like Bitcoin and Ethereum, suggesting they would most likely put them back once crypto market sentiment returned to normal.
Unfortunately, this is not the case at this time, as waning volume between June 18 and June 26 prevented Bitcoin from maintaining above $20,000 and breaking local barrier levels. BTC was worth $19,368 at the time of publication.
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