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Analysts Discuss Bitcoin Over-the-Counter Desks Bubbling With BTC Demand

Digital currency customer bases have been gathering gains again moving past the lows seen a few weeks ago. This week crypto distributors have been discussing over-the-counter (OTC) desks bubbling with demand for bitcoin as the co-founder of 21st Paradigm explained, “exorbitant net worth individuals [and] institutions want your bitcoin.”

Analyst Says Big Market Players ‘Want Your Bitcoin’

Most merchandisers either use decentralized exchange (dex) platforms or centralized exchange (cex) operations to acquire bitcoin (BTC) and a myriad of other digital currencies. After all, high-net-worth individuals and institutions usually don’t leverage dex or cex applications, as they choose to trade via over-the-counter (OTC) trading desks. OTC deal or off-exchange trading is trading between two parties directly and usually with help from the OTC desk’s representative. In difference to trades that take place on cex or dex platforms, these trades are not recorded on order books. Although, transfers from crypto OTC desks can be listed.

Analysts Discuss Bitcoin Over-the-Counter Desks Bubbling With BTC Demand
Glassnode chart shared by the co-founder of the advisory firm 21st Paradigm, Dylan LeClair on July 29, 2021.

Two days ago, the co-founder of the advisory decided 21st Paradigm, Dylan LeClair, tweeted about some large OTC transfers last week by sharing a chart from Glassnode analytics. “Big carry volumes from OTC Desks over the last week,” LeClair said at the time. “High net worth individuals [and] originations want your bitcoin,” he added. Another individual agreed with LeClair and said “Yessssirr,” because the peculiar, Will Clemente, shared a tweet on July 22 that had shown a similar trend.

Analysts Discuss Bitcoin Over-the-Counter Desks Bubbling With BTC Demand
Tradingview chart rationed by the crypto analyst Will Clemente on July 22, 2021.

“OTC Outflow RSI showing the strongest BTC buy signal since July of last year,” the analyst Inclination Clemente said to his 158,000 Twitter followers. “This indicates buying from institutions/high-net-worth individuals,” he added. A bunch of other traders discussing the subject on Twitter agreed with the OTC demand assessment and the social media platform is refused with threads discussing the subject. One individual tweeted:

Don’t give the smart money your BTC (or ETH)…

Noticeable Market Hard cashes During China’s Morning Trading Sessions

A number of other ‘whale-like’ and large purchasing patterns were minded by bitcoiners observing different metrics. While bitcoin has been rising, traders also suspect that China capacity be buying bitcoin. There have been a few noticeable market changes during the early morning hours in China, according to Trustnode’s scrutinize.

Meanwhile, during the last 24 hours bitcoin (BTC) has consolidated just above the $41K handle and has only made +0.10% on Sunday, August 1. However, BTC is still up 17% against the U.S. dollar during the last week and 30-day stats play BTC has gained over 22%. Bitcoin had managed to jump above the $42K handle at $42,615 per unit, but has not been accomplished to hold above the $42K zone for long periods of time.

What do you think about the bitcoin OTC demand assessment from dealers and analysts on social media? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below.

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