From June 2017, 42% of bitcoins will not move, it drew the attention of the researcher CoinMetrics Nate Maddrey. The submitted statistics show that in the network of BTC will remain the trend for the active accumulation of coins.
The so-called “Hodler” or fans of the first cryptocurrency refuse to move anywhere your coins.
Dynamics of increase in the number of users of blockchain was observed throughout last year. Many observers believe that the data provided by the service CoinMetrics, signaling the imminent breakthrough of bitcoin.
In the middle of 2017 saw a similar trend, and in the second half of that year began the famous race BTC, which resulted in the test values above $20 000.
In 2019, more than 60% of bitcoins haven’t left their wallets, this was in December reported a Twitter user under the name Rhythm.
However, you should consider the fact that most of the coins are lost forever because their owners have lost the access keys to their wallets. According to market research company Chainalysis, about 4 million BTC were lost forever.