Bitcoin’s Long-Term Holder To Short-Term Holder Cost Basis Ratio Today


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We have mentioned the cost basis ratio of bitcoin’s long-term holders (LTH) and short-term holders (STH) a numerous amount of times in our previous analysis.

For an introduction to the metric, read The Daily Dive #070 – Short-Term:Long-Term Cost Basis Ratio.


When the STH:LTH realized price ratio is increasing, it means that the cost basis of STHs is increasing relative to LTHs, and conversely, when STH:LTH realized price ratio is decreasing, the cost basis of LTHs is increasing relative to the cost basis of STHs.

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