The chart below compares Bitcoin’s price movement and volatility over the past 24 hours (left) to its price movement over the past week (right). Gray bands are Bollinger bands, measuring the volatility of daily and weekly price movements. The wider the bands, or the wider the gray area at any given time, the greater the volatility.
Bitcoin’s trade volume increased by 17.0% over the past week, as did the coin’s circulating supply, which increased by 0.0%. This brings the circulating supply to 18.79 million, which is approximately 89.49% of its maximum supply of 21.00 million. According to our data, BTC’s current market capitalization rank is No.1 at 914.14 billion.
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