Longer-term Bitcoin holder losses hit two year lows

Longer-term Bitcoin holder losses hit two year lows


Long-term Bitcoin holders are sitting on their largest losses since the March 2020 capitulation and the 2018-2019 bear market but may have to keep waiting for relief.

Calculated by measuring the value of coins deposited to exchanges, aggregated realized losses from long-term holders (LTH) of Bitcoin (BTC) exceeded 0.006% of the market capitalization by May 29 according to Glassnode’s The Week Onchain report from June 6.

Long-term holders are suffering their worst losses since March 2020.

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However, the dramatic losses may continue for some time if historic loss patterns from previous bear markets are to be repeated. From 2018 to 2019, LTH losses reached a peak of 0.015% of the market cap, and those losses extended for about a year. The current losses to long-termers have only been

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