For many years, cryptocurrencies and the related industry have been rising steadily and gaining more and more attention with every passing year.
Their prices have been going up and down in momentum, but considering the general trend, they have been going up for months. And Bitcoin has always been the leader of all kinds of crypto.
Even several bear markets and the recent crisis, though having an effect on its price, didn’t really make it decline significantly. And now, Bitcoin is estimated to have the largest number of tokens in comparison with other crypto and in history in general.
Effect of instability of the first-made crypto
In spite of the market crash brought on by the decline in FTX, the Bitcoin supply, which was active ten years ago, has just reached an all-time high.
A decade ago, the last active bitcoin supply got to the point of an all-time high of more than two and a half million BTC, according to data from network analytics company Glassnode.
In the course of seven days, the number of transactions processed by various crypto trading platforms and an average of lost Bitcoin personal wallets likewise made it to a record high, according to data from Glassnodes, reaching 21,324,920 addresses.
The lost wallets and the BTC tokens
The fact that such a sizable number of Bitcoin tokens has remained static after the day when the token was first created indicates that either a sizable quantity of BTC tokens has turned out to be unaffordable or the bearers of that kind of asset have become woefully unprepared for the long-term vision of bitcoin.
The current situation demonstrates that it is a secure type of asset, but might still be subject to the present market volatility and a period of unstable prices. It has turned out to be this way at least ten years ago.
The information comes in the wake of recent reports stating that 25.873 percent of the total Bitcoin tokens that were actively traded for the last moment more than five years ago.