Glassnode: Bitcoin's fall below $20,000 led to the capitulation of miners and hodlers

Glassnode: Bitcoin's fall below $20,000 led to the capitulation of miners and hodlers

Glassnode: Bitcoin drop below $20,000 led to miners and hodlers capitulating

Bitcoin's fall below $20,000 triggered a new wave of deleveraging and liquidations that affected miners and long-term investors. These are the conclusions made by Glassnode analysts.

The past capitulation has become the second in a row after the collapse of the Terra ecosystem. Daily losses realized jumped to a record $2.4 billion for a three-day cumulative of $7.325 billion.

Glassnode: Bitcoin's fall below $20,000 led to the capitulation of miners and hodlers

Data: Glassnode.

The continuation of the bear market has led to a reduction in the profitability of the coins held. In this status, 49% of the issued bitcoins remained, among hodlers – almost two-thirds. In the past, the end of the crypto winter occurred after this indicator dropped to 40-45% in the first case and to 49-56% in the second.

Based on the UTXO metric, 26.7% turned out to be “unprofitable” coins. Before the bottom was reached when this value increased to 50-81%.

Glassnode: bitcoin drop below $20,000 led to miners and hodlers capitulating

Data: Glassnode.

Based on a logarithmic regression model that links market capitalization and complexity, analysts estimated the total unit cost of mining one bitcoin at $17,600. A decrease to this level was observed on June 17.

The transition to the inversion of the “difficulty tape” indicator and the decrease in the Puell Multiple metric confirm the capitulation of the miners. The current value of the latter (0.39) indicates a drop in the income of this category of market participants by 61% below the average annual rate. 

At the moment, the situation looks worse than during the “Great Migration” in May-July 2021. The situation of the miners was more dramatic in 2014-2015 and in 2018-2019, when the Puell Multiple dropped to 0.31.

Glassnode: bitcoin drop below $20,000 led to capitulation of miners and hodlers

Data: Glassnode.

As the price of bitcoin fell, miners reduced their positions at a rate of 5,000 BTC to 8,000 BTC per month, which is comparable to capitulation in the bear market of 2018-2019. After dropping below the ATH of 2017, this category of market participants moved on to accumulating coins at a rate of 2200 BTC per month.

Glassnode: bitcoin drop below $20,000 led to capitulation of miners and hodlers

Data: Glassnode.

Long-term investors also experienced stress. Last week, the number of coins owned by hodlers (for a period of more than a year) decreased at a pace from 20,000 BTC to 36,000 BTC per day.

Glassnode: bitcoin drop below $20,000 led to capitulation of miners and hodlers

Data: Glassnode.

On June 18, the LTH-SOPR indicator fell to 0.64. In previous bear markets, a reversal occurred when the value fell into the 0.4-0.6 corridor. In other words, hodlers recorded a loss of 40-60%.

Glassnode: bitcoin drop below $20,000 led to miners and hodlers capitulating

Data: Glassnode.

“All categories of market participants are close or have reached pain thresholds. After the past capitulations in the coming weeks or months, the market will monitor the appearance of signs of exhaustion of sellers, – the experts concluded. $20,000.

Earlier, the head of DoubleLine Capital, Jeffrey Gundlach, allowed the price of the first cryptocurrency to fall to the level of $10,000.

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