Bitcoin And Ethereum Surge As Trading Volume Peaks

Today, Bitcoin (BTC) rallied by 4.57%, breaking the $59,000 mark, while Ethereum (ETH) also saw a 2.7% increase, reaching beyond $3,300.

Coinglass reported that within the last 24 hours, a total of $233 million was liquidated, with $131 million attributed to short orders, resulting in the liquidation of 79,700 individuals.

ETF analyst Eric Balchunas of Bloomberg highlighted that on February 27, the daily trading volume of nine new spot Bitcoin ETFs, excluding GBTC, exceeded $2 billion for the second consecutive day.

BlackRock IBIT’s trading volume reached a record-breaking $1.3 billion, with over 100,000 unique transactions totaling $1.357 billion.

SoSoValue data revealed that on the same day, net inflows for Bitcoin spot ETFs hit $576 million. Notably, Grayscale ETF GBTC experienced a $125 million net outflow, while BlackRock’s ETF IBIT recorded the highest net inflow of approximately $520 million, setting a new single-day record. IBIT’s historical net inflow now stands at $6.54 billion.

Significant Surge In Bitcoin Trading Both On Exchanges And Spot ETFs

Santiment data highlighted a significant surge in Bitcoin trading both on exchanges and through Spot ETFs, with a trading volume of $54.53 billion, the highest level since the market bottom attributed to FTX’s $15.8k BTC.

Additionally, Lookonchain’s on-chain reports revealed a whale who purchased 1.2K BTC ($68.52 million) from Binance, now boasting an unrealized profit of $5.3 million in less than two days.

The cryptocurrency market is witnessing robust activity and heightened trading volumes, indicating strong investor interest and market sentiment toward digital assets.

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