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BCD

Bitcoin Diamond  

#BCD

BCD Price:
$0.17
Volume:
$159.3 K
All Time High:
$103
Market Cap:
$31.0 M


Circulating Supply:
186,492,897
Exchanges:
7
Total Supply:
186,492,897
Markets:
10
Max Supply:
210,000,000
Pairs:
14



  BCD PRICE


The price of #BCD today is $0.17 USD.

The lowest BCD price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.166, and the current live price for one BCD coin is $0.16607.

The all-time high BCD coin price was $103.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of BCD with market cap of ETH or other crypto coins.


  BCD OVERVIEW


The code for Bitcoin Diamond crypto currency is #BCD.

Bitcoin Diamond is 4.9 years old.


  BCD MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Bitcoin Diamond is $30,970,599.

Bitcoin Diamond is ranking downwards to #378 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  BCD VOLUME


The trading volume is medium today for #BCD.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Bitcoin Diamond is $159,269.


  BCD SUPPLY


The circulating supply of BCD is 186,492,897 coins, which is 89% of the maximum coin supply.


  BCD EXCHANGES


BCD is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

View #BCD trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #BCD purchase.


  BCD RESOURCES


Websitebtcd.io
TwitterBitcoinDiamond_
Redditr/Bitcoin-Diamond
TelegramBCDcommunity


  BCD NEWS


Bitcoin Diamond Hands: Long-Term Holder Supply Surges Up To Near ATH

    Data shows the Bitcoin long-term holder supply has surged up recently to near all-time high values as these 'diamond hands' add to their holdings. Bitcoin Long-Term Holder Supply Jumps Up By 250k BTC After The Recent Low According to the latest weekly report from Glassnode, the current total balances of the long-term holders is only 30k away from the ATH. The 'long-term holders' (or LTHs in short) is a Bitcoin holder group that includes all those investors who have been holding onto their coins since at least 155 days ago, without having sold or moved them. Generally, the longer holders keep their BTC still, the less likely they become to sell them. Because of this, LTHs are the less likely investor group to sell at any point. The opposite cohort is the 'short-term holders' (STHs), who have had their coins in their wallets for less than the 155-day mark. Now, the 'LTH supply' is a measure of the total number of coins currently sitting in the wallets of the investors belonging to this group. When the STH supply matures enough and reaches the threshold, these coins are then naturally included in the LTH supply. Here is a chart that shows the trend in the Bitcoin LTH supply over the past couple of years: Looks like the value of the metric has been going up in recent days | Source: Glassnode's The Week Onchain - Week 36, 2022 As you can see in the above graph, the Bitcoin LTH supply had been on a decline since the ATH and hit a low just a while back. However, during the last fe... read More



Bitcoin Diamond Hands: Despite Recent Fear, Coins Aged 12-18 Months Rise...

    Despite the recent fearful market, Bitcoin hodlers show diamond hands as coins aged 12-18 months touch a 2-year high. Coins Matured To 12-18 Months Revisit A High Not Seen Since 2 Years As pointed out by an analyst in a CryptoQuant post, BTC hodlers have held strong recently as coins aged 12-18 months have seen a sharp spike recently. The relevant on-chain indicator here is the Bitcoin Sum Coin Age (SCA) Distribution that shows the distribution of coins among the different holders in the market. The metric works by looking at each coin on the chain and measuring how many days it has been since it was last moved. Based on the age, these coins are put into different categories. For instance, if a coin has been sitting still since 12-18 months ago, it is included in the 12-18 months holder group. When the distribution of the long-term holders goes up, it means accumulation has been strong recently. Such a trend has usually been bullish for the price of Bitcoin as it shows a large number of holders refuse to sell at the current levels. On the other hand, when coins belonging to short-term holders move up, it means some long-term holders have decided to sell. This trend may be bearish for the price of the crypto. Related Reading | Bitcoin Millionaires Are Flocking To This North American Tax Haven. But What Do The Locals Think? Now, here is a chart that shows the trend in the supply of coins that have matured to 12-18 months (one of the long-term holder groups): Looks like th... read More



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