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Large-Scale Stablecoin Inflow to Exchanges Signals Bullish Trend

12 months ago

23 Nov, 2023

The crypto markets have seen a significant influx of stablecoins in recent weeks, with deposits reaching their highest levels this year. This influx could signal a bullish trend in the near future as more investors look to capitalize on cryptocurrency’s potential.

All stablecoins: Exchanges Netflow(total)-All Exchanges

The analyst has suggested that the increase in deposits could indicate an impending upswing in the markets. According to JayBot, a cryptocurrency market analyst and trader, “the current influx of funds onto exchanges is likely to lead to an increase in buying pressure, which could fuel a bullish trend in prices”.

He further stated that “because the majority of these funds are being held in stablecoins, it suggests that investors are looking to enter the market from a medium-term perspective”.

Looking at the most stablecoins in the market, like Bitcoin, USDT, USDC, BUSD, TUSD, and PAX, it appears that the recent influx of funds is likely to help shape the crypto market’s future. This could be a sign of confidence in the asset class, as more people look to capitalize on cryptocurrency’s potential.

Overall Market Analysis: Bears dominate, with select altcoins rising

The influx of stablecoins has been accompanied by a bearish trend in the markets, with Ethereum and Bitcoin, and Ethereum trading near the support and resistance levels. Bitcoin is trading at the $22,400 level while ETH is trading above the key support level of $1,500.

  Cryptocurrencies price heat, Source:Coin360

                

The altcoins’ performance has been bearish, with select altcoins making minor gains, or rather remaining stable. The top performer of the week is Conflux(CFX), which has gained 6.50%, followed by Ethereum poW (ETHW) gaining 4.33%, and Synthetix (SNX) gaining 4.30%.

While the top losers of the week are Trust wallet Token(TWT), which is down 6.37%, followed by Dash  (DASH) and Singularity NET (AGIX, with losses of 4.98% and 4.21%.

In conclusion, the current influx of funds into exchanges is a sign of market confidence and could indicate the start of a bullish trend in crypto markets, especially if investors remain confident in the asset class.

The influx of stablecoins could be a sign that more investors are accumulating cryptocurrency for medium-term gains, and that the current bear market could soon come to an end