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After trading to new all-time highs above USD 40,000 On Sunday, BTC experienced a sharp 16% correction, touching as low as roughly USD 30,600.
Despite BTC reaching new all-time highs, blockchain data shows the metric has not reserved course, suggesting that traders aren’t inclined to take profits by returning BTC to trade venues to sell.
Fewer than 10 investors have bought almost 3% of the total BTC supply with the intention to hold. Based on headlines and publicly available documents filed with regulators, we’ve compiled a list of known BTC investments by institutional investors over the last few months
If the diverging views of the new administration can meet in the sensible middle, the blockchain industry can expect new waves of growth in the years ahead. 
On December 17, Coinbase recorded USD 1.184 billion in bitcoin (BTC)/USD volume, outperforming offshore counterpart Bitfinex by USD 675 million. Growing Coinbase BTC/USD volume compared to Bitfinex has been ongoing since 2019.
The new rules would introduce new transaction reporting and KYC procedures for crypto involving certain entities. These rules have largely been met with criticism from the crypto community.
Bitcoin (BTC) has decisively broken above 20,000. Contrasting to 2017, a narrative of institutional investment has been closely associated with the price action since at least August.
Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) Total Assets Under Management (AUM) has impressively grown to over USD 10 billion since inception, making it the largest regulated, listed exchange product.
Tarbert was heavily focused on crypto and, we had hypothesized, a significant driver of recent enforcement action in the space.
DeFi trading venues Yearn.Finance and SushiSwap revealed earlier this month that the protocols are “merging” their development resources and liquidity pools to increase total value locked on the shared venue.