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Moreover, there is also a high level of similarity between holder behaviours across the cycles, suggesting that cycle repetitions do indeed stem from similar patterns of psychological pressures on bitcoin holders. Looking more closely at the first halving cycle of , we initially find a large amount of intermediate coins growing older and progressing into the short HODL band. Then, as price gains momentum toward the first cycle peak in early , we see corresponding spikes in network activity that increase the liquid band and decrease both the intermediate and short HODL bands.
This suggests that holders in the intermediate and short HODL bands, some having held for several years already, are moving their coins, probably by sending them to exchanges to realise gains. Both MVRV and on-chain volumes also support this thesis.
Next, between the market tops, as the price corrects, many liquid coins again enter the intermediate band as price recovers and rebounds. The pattern of the first peak then repeats, with intermediate and short HODL coins moving into the liquid band as the price approaches its peak. This time period closely resembles the price appreciation up to the first cycle peak, with MVRV and on-chain volumes both spiking at the same time.
Net exchange flows also spike at the exact same time. High transaction levels also generate a new tranche of investors entering the market at relatively lofty price levels, setting the stage for a correction in MVRV. As the market corrects beyond the first cycle peak, these newer investors find themselves at a loss and end up removing coins from the market.
Not until price eclipses their cost basis on the second peak do they bring their coins back to exchanges for sale. With more coins entering dormancy, available supply is increasingly restricted before being further exacerbated by a supply halving.
This movement of coins on-chain ostensibly signals that older wallets are realising gains as the opportunity presents itself. The last puzzle piece in our behavioural cycle analysis is net exchange flows. Using on-chain transaction data it is possible to estimate the amount of bitcoin flowing to and from bitcoin exchanges, giving us valuable insight into the purpose of a significant part of the on-chain transaction volumes.
While these estimated flows are not perfect representations of real flows, they are very good estimations. Looking at the net exchange flows we can observe that periods of high MVRV, the same periods where coins from relatively old UTXO bands re-enter the liquid band, all correspond to periods of large positive net exchange flows. This final piece of evidence ties the dynamic supply thesis of bitcoin holders together and helps finalise the explanation of the underlying behaviours causing price cycles.
It is very possible that the seemingly ever-aging band of coins in the inactive band reflect coins that cannot ever move again. UTXO bands do not reveal the economic intent of transactions, meaning that many observed on-chain transactions may be unrelated to selling. However, it is not necessary for the validity of the dynamic supply thesis that all observed transactions reflect selling intent, only that a sufficient amount of them do.
In short, the cyclical repetition of bitcoin price movement is theorised to indicate successive new classes of long-term investors being initiated to bitcoin each cycle. These investors resist the urge to sell their coins below acquisition cost during at least one cycle downturn, restricting supply as they hold on to coins until finding profits in the next upswing.
Their success in turn emboldens a new generation of long-term holders, who are often brought into bitcoin by a powerful narrative such as the supply halving, to undergo the same rough sequence of events and the cycle repeats. In accordance with the maturation concept explained above, this could imply that discovery and exposure of bitcoin by broader audiences, who observe the success of previous cycle holders, may act as a catalyst unlocking additional tranches of demand and enhance its value proposition in successive waves of adoption.
Meanwhile, successive generations of bitcoin holders keep facing the same psychological pressures to restrict and release supply in a similar fashion to previous holders when faced with similar price conditions. Taken together, these factors do point to at least some probability that bitcoin price cycles might continue in a similar fashion as they have in the past. Gox which was the largest exchange by far during the bull market phase halving cycle.
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Figure 1. Three Cycles of Bitcoin Market Cap Normalised to 1 at Halvings usd Source: CoinShares Research, CoinMetrics In general, in the periods immediately after halving events, bitcoin prices seem to follow a pattern of rapidly increasing above and way beyond previous all time highs ATH , correcting and shedding value over a slightly longer period, then oscillating in a window of diminishing volatility, before finally circling back to a more gradual upside continuation before the next halving.
General Cyclical Patterns While each cycle establishes an early uptrend, they differ in precisely how they move through their initial acceleration phase. On-Chain Cycle Analysis We can examine crypto-specific metrics that may indicate how owners of bitcoin , the asset, have been interacting with Bitcoin , the network and protocol. Figure 4. Keeping an eye on the weekly winners can help investors identify which coins are beginning to see increased traction in the crypto community.
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