Investor Insights Report - Countries And Institutions Move Into Crypto Despite Market Downturn
December 2022 - Cointelegraph Research
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Bitcoin closed out November at $17,168, a 16.2% decrease from its November opening price of $20,494.
Altcoins are heavily affected by the FTX failure, losing the TVL despite users switching to decentralized exchanges.
Last month saw the lowest daily mining revenues since November 2020.
A drop in the Bitcoin network hashrate to 240 EH/s may be an early sign of an impending miner capitulation.
Brazil passed a law legalizing crypto payments nationwide. The law will create a license for exchanges and require them to distinguish between company and user funds.
The options market was denominated by bears leading up the Dec. 2 expiry. This was in response to Bitcoin dipping below the $16,000 support on Nov. 21.
Total venture capital inflows for November reached $800 million, with only 61 individual deals. Both the number of deals and capital inflows are only slightly down from the previous month.
Q3 losses of mining companies: $434.8 Mio. (Core Scientific), $75.4 Mio. (Marathon), $36.6 Mio. (Riot)., and $37.2 Mio (HIVE)