BTC Price Index and Live Chart – CoinDesk”>(BTC), worth over $1 billion, have been sent to exchanges.


CryptoQuant data indicates that most of the bitcoins have moved away from the mining company F2Pool. Bradley Park, a company analyst, told CoinDesk via Telegram that miners were facing higher costs.

Park cited the high costs of moving F2Pool to Kazakhstan, and the need to upgrade miner Antminer T21 to Bitmain’s latest Antminer T21 prior to the halving which reduces the reward for mining – and therefore the yield per machine – as reasons for the outflow.

F2Pool’s Hashrate is already increasing. This suggests that the pool has started upgrading its capacity. Hashrate measures the computational power of an individual, group or blockchain.

Mining is the process of using computing power to verify transactions and protect proof-of-work networks like bitcoin. The majority of revenue comes from tokens that are automatically distributed by networks.

The outflow of bitcoin miners to exchanges is often a bearish sign for the price. But this isn’t the case and the correlation between the two is not conclusive.


In the past, increases in miner withdrawals have sometimes led to a price drop. However, there have been times, such as in August 2019, where bitcoin’s value continued to increase despite an increase in outflows.

Analysts are not interpreting the current outflow of miners as a bearish sign, as it is occurring just before the U.S. listing of its first bitcoin ETFs – an event which has been in the works for a decade .

Shaurya malwa is the editor.