Long-term holders are hoarding, with ‘young coins’ accounting for 95% of Bitcoin transactions.

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Long-term investors continue to acquire BTC, although short-term speculators sell.

According to Glassnode, an on-chain analytics provider, 95 percent of Bitcoin changing hands was last passed on the blockchain less than three months earlier.

According to Glassnode’s March 15 The Week On-Chain survey, only 5% of spent outputs are more than 90 days old, suggesting that the vast majority of BTC passing on-chain are “young coins.”

Other Glassnode data reveals that addresses that have been hoarding BTC for at least three years have dramatically expanded their holdings in the last six to twelve months, whereas short-term investors have been profiting since the beginning of 2020.

Glassnode describes “Long Term Holders,” or LTH, as wallets that have kept their Bitcoin for more than 155 days, while “Short Term Holders,” or STH, are wallets that transfer BTC on-chain or collect coins within 155 days.

According to the report, LTH have a stronger understanding of Bitcoin, buying BTC through bear markets and selling some during bull markets. STH, on the other hand, are likely to be either younger market players or short-term speculators who regularly transfer value between exchanges, according to the study.

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Glassnode discovered that at current values, 10.85 million BTC, or 58 percent of Bitcoin’s circulating stock, was actually in benefit based on when they last passed on-chain, while 5.3 million BTC are currently in profit and owned by STH wallets.


LTHs are now hoarding more coins than in past business periods, according to Glassnode.

The analytics provider has discovered that the number of participating new companies has recently risen to new all-time highs, signalling that a large number of new institutional buyers have recently entered the market.


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