Happy Friday, Blockfolians
In a week that has been just bullish news after bullish news, it’s only fitting that we end with one more juicy morsel.
Active user participation in Bitcoin’s network has accelerated to levels last seen in December 2017, when the cryptocurrency printed record highs near $20,0000.
The number of active entities, or clusters of addresses controlled by a single network participant, jumped to 388,697 on Thursday, the highest since Dec. 9, 2017, according to data source Glassnode.
Weird, huh? When number go up, the people come a flockin’.
Hope you’re also extremely bullish on the upcoming weekend!
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