AVAX price, although it has not made any notable growth in the last few days, might be on the way to making a quick recovery thanks to its investor's bullishness. Supporting the same, not only did their presence on the network increase, but their accumulation is also on the rise.
Furthermore, USD Coin (USDC) issuer Circle announced that it would be implementing stablecoin transfers between Ethereum and Avalanche. Through the use of USDC, users can conduct seamless transactions across the two platforms, which in return would enhance liquidity and interoperability in the DeFi ecosystem.
AVAX price is currently trading at $17.77 after facing a near 20% crash in the span of three days on April 19.
AVAX/USD 1-day chart
This, however, seemed to have no effect on the cryptocurrency or its holders because the network was scheduled to witness one of the most important upgrades – Cortina on April 25.
Read more about the Coritna upgrade’s impact here – Avalanche Cortina upgrade might be the Hail Mary AVAX needs
Ahead of its arrival, not only did the investors’ presence increase, but so did their bullishness. Over the last month, retail addresses have registered a significant spike across different groups of addresses based on their holding.
The most notable increase was observed among the small wallet holders, particularly the cohorts holding $1 to $100 worth of AVAX. Collectively over 230,000 new addresses were formed in the last month with the aforementioned balance.
Avalanche addresses by holding in USD
Surprisingly at the same time, some large wallet holders took the other route and decided to shed a chunk of their holdings. Addresses holding 1 million to 10 million AVAX noted a decline of 2 million AVAX worth $34 million. This was, however, picked up by whales immediately, who accrued a little over 3.1 million AVAX worth $51 million at the current prices.
Avalanche addresses by balance
By the looks of it, a bullish scenario for AVAX price is most likely going forward. However, the majority of the investors currently are short-term holders (Traders) that have only been holding their supply for less than a month.
Avalanche addresses by time held
These addresses are more susceptible to panic and FOMO and could very easily sell their supply at any time, which could lead to a downswing in AVAX price.
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