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Feb 27

Ethereum, Bancor, and Kyber Network all Continue to Quietly See Their Supplies Moving Off Exchanges 27-02-21, 09:09

Though the ratio of a crypto asset's supply on exchanges may not seem to have an immediate impact on prices, the long-term correlations between coins moving away from exchanges while prices move up, is quite evident.

Let's take a look at three ERC-20 assets that are showing this pattern as a volatile week in crypto full of price retracements is coming to an end:


Crypto's #2 market cap asset has seen quite the pullback since its retrace from above $2k last week. However, ETH's supply isn't budging away from offline wallets.


Bancor's supply moving away from exchanges had a lot to do with its ability to hit a 2-year high $6.17 last week. BNT supply is now 71.7% below its one-year average.

Kyber Network

KNC's supply has jumped to 39.2% after being as low as 36.1% on January 31st. On the long-term scale, the amount of tokens is still 17% lower than its one-year average.

Feb 18

What's the Deal With Ballooning Bancor? 18-02-21, 20:41

Bancor has been flying up the altcoin ranks, with a +49% return the past 24 hours, and +98% the past week. Here are are some metrics that led to BNT being able to peak at $6.17 today:

Whale Address Numbers Rising

The amount of addresses with at least 100,000 BNT tokens was sitting at 61. It's climbed to 87 now, and was already scaling up prior to the price boom.

Dormant BNT Tokens Moving

Dormant tokens have been moving away from long-sitting addresses aggressively for 3 months. This dip in the average time dollars have been invested is a fantastic foreshadower for price rises.

Exchange Supply Dropping

Bancor supply began rapidly moving off of exchanges in mid-November (25% then, 15% now), and the inverse price correlation has been apparent.

Address Activity & Volume Exploding

Active addresses, volume, and social volume have all skyrocketed. Just note that when this last happened in mid-December, a price correction subsequently took place.


Dec 16

Nov 17

DEX Liquidity battle 17-11-20, 15:44

The total value of assets locked in Uniswap has plummeted by 38% in 24 hours amid the conclusion of its UNI liquidity rewards program on November 17th.

Meanwhile, “vampire” clone SushiSwap has doubled its TVL and is aggressively pursuing additional liquidity. Details.

And the same time Bancor is making a move announcing proposal for BNT liquidity mining.

This is what you see on top, Total Value Lock jumps for all three tokens:

Prices of UNI, SUSHI and BNT sharing an uptrend:

Social volumes are increasing only for SUSHI:

Onchain activity measured in Daily Active Addresses and Network Growth increased for all three tokens last days:

And Realized Network Profit/Loss showing painful losses all the way for UNI, SUSHI and BNT. Last string of pain - Bancor on November 15th:

All the above metrics are available for PRO members on a single chart layout.

Be sure to switch 'shared axis' on and off to compare absolute values.