According to the recent data by Glassnode, Bitcoin’s current profit rate indicates a positive future for the cryptocurrency. Around 79% of the circulating supply, which is approximately 15,079,000 coins, is now worth more than when they were last moved. This shows that Bitcoin investors are experiencing significant profitability.
Typically, less than 50% of the supply is in profit during low points in the cycle, while close to 100% is seen during cycle peaks. Currently, Bitcoin is trading above $30,000, and many investors are in a profitable position, suggesting that there is still room for growth and the market is not overheating. The high percentage of the supply in profit indicates the potential for further upward movement in Bitcoin’s price cycle.
Recent data shows a growing interest among Bitcoin investors, specifically institutional investors, as indicated by the metric known as “fund holdings.” Fund holdings refer to the cryptocurrency holdings of institutional investors, including hedge funds, investment firms, and cryptocurrency private funds. Analyzing these fund holdings provides valuable insights into market dynamics and investor sentiment.
As per CryptoQuant, an on-chain analytics firm, the upward trend in fund holdings reflects a substantial increase in institutional investors’ accumulation of Bitcoin. This accumulation coincides with the ongoing increase in Bitcoin prices.
Data by Intotheblock, a reputable on-chain analytics firm, has observed that over the past year, approximately 65.93% of Bitcoin holders have experienced profitable outcomes. On the other hand, around 30.79% of Bitcoin holders have faced losses, while a smaller percentage, approximately 3.28%, find themselves at the breakeven point. These figures are based on the spot price of Bitcoin, which has been hovering around $30,000 and nearing its 52-week all-time high.
In a report released on June 22nd, a former Goldman Sachs executive emphasized that the present moment represents an opportune time to invest in the cryptocurrency market. Likewise, Real Vision’s CEO, Raoul Pal, urged investors not to overlook the potential of digital assets. These endorsements further reinforce the positive outlook for investing in cryptocurrencies.