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NewsBTC 2021-09-17 17:00:35

Ethereum Sees Record Daily Volume Withdrawn From Centralized Exchanges

Exchange supply in the crypto market has been down across the board, and Ethereum has been no exception. The digital asset has grown in popularity due to the rise of decentralized finance (DeFi). Due to its token being the primary mode of payment on the protocols and Ethereum being the largest smart contracts platform in the market. This has led to increased fate in the asset by investors. Many of whom see the price of ETH hitting as high as $10,000 before the year runs out. Related Reading | Cathie Wood Reiterates $500K Bitcoin Call, Reveals Ethereum Rebalancing As sentiments have skewed more into the positive for the asset, hold sentiments around ETH have risen. This is evidenced in the current exchange balance levels. 2021 has seen a declining trend in exchange reserves of the digital asset, and recently, outflows from exchanges have gone up again. This time marking record outflows in the span of a day. Ethereum Outflows In A Day Totals $1.2 Billion A recent report from IntoTheBlock showed that Ethereum saw outflows from centralized exchanges totaling $1.2 billion in a single day. IntoTheBlock is a data analytics platform that provides insights into the crypto market. The number represents the highest amount of ETH to leave exchanges in a 24-hour time frame. Beating the previous record that was $1 billion leaving exchanges in a day. Related Reading | TA: Ethereum Consolidates, What Could Spark A Fresh Rally The ne...

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