Wealthy Coinbase customers are still ‘hodling’ Bitcoin since December 2020, data suggests

Bitcoin’s (BTC) cost came by greater than 50% after peaking out at $69,000 six several weeks ago however the plunge did little in forcing a number of its wealthiest investors into selling.

Particularly, the amount of Bitcoin under Coinbase Child custody for institutional clients rose by 296% since Q4 2020, showcasing probably the most investors made the decision to “hodl” onto their investments despite BTC cost lower more than 50% from the all-time highs.

For example, institutions that deposited 10,939 BTC (~$335 million at today’s cost) with Coinbase Child custody in December 2020, when BTC/USD was around $23,000, haven’t moved since, on-chain data from CryptoQuant shows.

Ki Youthful Ju, Chief executive officer of CryptoQuant, noted:

“For many cases, the equivalent BTC continues to be within the (custodian) wallets, which ran from Coinbase for highly likely institutional purchases in December 2020.”

Coinbase custodial wallets comparison. Source: CryptoQuant/Ki Youthful Ju

If this sounds like the situation, then these institutions are presently located on 30% profits using their BTC investments. Meanwhile, their decision not to unwind their Bitcoin positions, even if BTC/USD has plummeted by over fifty percent, underscores their strong “hodling” sentiment.

Which suggests institutions’ capability to withstand additional declines within the Bitcoin cost, a minimum of until it drops underneath the investors’ breakeven degree of $23,000.

Bitcoin bear market not over?

Bitcoin’s cost continues to be fluctuating within the $29,500-$30,500 range since May 12, underscoring the market’s indecision inside a greater rate of interest atmosphere.

Related: On-chain data flashes Bitcoin buy signals, however the bottom might be under $20K

But several technical analysts anticipate that BTC’s cost would continue its prevailing downtrend.

For example, PostyXBT, a completely independent market analyst, argues that the token could fall toward its 200-week moving average (the $20,000-22,000 range) next, as proven within the setup below.

BTC/USDT weekly cost chart. Source: PostyXBT/TradingView

Meanwhile, Popular analyst Rekt Capital adds that the drop toward the 200-week MA may also have Bitcoin form a bearish wick, that might take its cost to as low as $15,500-$19,000.

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