Chainlink and its circulation patterns
Chainlink has our attention today because of a long period of losses visible on Network Profit Loss:
What does it mean? Since January, most LINK tokens were moved at a loss. Of course if we assume their previous moves as purchases, last moves as sells. Basically it's one of a bottom indicators. Just one.
Then we discovered an interesting token circulation pattern:
There were a few times when circulation increased, then dumped, and then price surged.
There is a chance we are now in a similar pattern.
If we compare it to LINK and it's circulation one year before...
...Then we could notice some difference. The pattern above working a bit differently. That could be the sign of a bull market itself. Circulation increases, then a lag happens, and then the price grows. Do you notice anything else?
Chart used: https://app.santiment.net/s/4ofkTD-H
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