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For most of its existence institutions have stayed away from investing in bitcoin, typically citing it as a risky, speculative asset. Over the course of 2020, however, many institutions have started to endorse bitcoin.
Over the past few weeks, Ari Paul, Luke Martin, and other commentators have noted that bitcoin’s upward price movements since late October have mostly happened during US market hours, when the traditional equity markets were open.
A pandemic, followed by global societal shutdowns, followed by rampant social unrest, followed by increased political polarization, followed by unprecedented levels of monetary interventionism. This has been 2020. And in the midst of all of this uncertainty and chaos, a [...]
Much has been written about the fundamental differences between Bitcoin and other asset classes. In fact, juxtapositions of Bitcoin and established commodities such as gold continue to lure swarms of newcomers into this industry, institutional and retail-alike. But are there [...]
Using a new methodology that looks at addresses one hop out from the coinbase transaction, this report quantifies miner holdings and activity. This approach improves on previous attempts at tracking miner spending, which inadvertently measured pool operator activity rather than [...]