The short-term bitcoin supply reaches all-time lows

Bitcoins short-term supply, meaning coins moved within the last 3 months, reached a new all-time low of 14.7% on September 30th, and remains low at 14.9% now.
Source: Glassnode

The short-term bitcoin supply sits at all-time low levels, which could indicate that there is little demand to sell at the moment.

On September 30th, the short-term BTC supply bottomed at 14.7% and has seen a slight increase in the last two weeks amid bitcoins strength, rising to 14.9%. 14.9% is still below the previous all-time low of 15.4% from 2015, illustrating that the active short-term supply of bitcoin sits at unusually low levels.

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