At a time when the world of cryptocurrencies is experiencing constant fluctuations, KuCoin, a renowned crypto exchange platform, brought to light the latest numbers related to its assets. The report, released on September 29, highlights a notable decline in user assets in prominent cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Ethereum and Tether.
According to the document, Bitcoin assets registered a decrease of 4%, totaling 17,617 BTC, which represents around US$480 million. Ethereum was not far behind and showed a decrease of 3%, culminating in 148,125 ETH, equivalent to approximately US$250 million. And Tether, so popular today, did not go through this movement unscathed either: there was a 4% drop, resulting in 837 million USDT.
Kucoin released the latest (9-29) asset reserve certificate. The user’s BTC assets were 17,617.5, a decrease of 4% from the last time (8-31); the user’s ETH assets were 148,125, a decrease of 3%; the user’s USDT assets were 837 million, 4% lower than last time.…
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It is still essential to highlight that KuCoin faced a net deficit of almost US$118 million over the last month. Situations like this cannot simply be ignored. An in-depth analysis is essential to understand the current dynamics of the cryptocurrency market and the possible factors that may have influenced this panorama.
When seeking to understand the numbers presented by KuCoin, we cannot forget that the crypto market is influenced by a variety of external factors. Whether it is stricter regulation in certain countries, global macroeconomic events or even technological developments that can affect the functioning of a cryptocurrency.
In the midst of this scenario, the important thing is that investors and cryptocurrency enthusiasts always remain informed and attentive to trends, to make assertive and strategic decisions.
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