Ethereum Soars Over 125% Since March: What to Expect Now?
Almost all markets across the world have been in turmoil owing to the economic uncertainties
brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, and in that regard, the crypto market has been no different. However, one of the major cryptocurrencies to have made a remarkable recovery since hitting its lowest levels in March is Ethereum (ETH), and it is important to take a closer look at it. In this regard, it should be noted that ETH is the second-biggest cryptocurrency in the world, and its recovery might have an impact on the wider crypto market.
The recovery has been quite remarkable, and it is only natural that investors are taking note of Ethereum since it rose 125% from its lowest levels. In a new development, it has now emerged that Grayscale Investments has acquired as much as half of all the ETH tokens that had been mined this year. The actions of Grayscale could well be one of the major reasons behind the rally enjoyed by the cryptocurrency this year. According to a post that was published on Reddit, Grayscale now owns 1.1% of all the ETH tokens that are currently in circulation. It is a significant development for ETH and marks the entry of an entity that looks after the interests of institutional investors. Grayscale is currently focused on a total of 10 cryptocurrency-related investment products and primarily caters to the interests of institutional investors.
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At this point, Grayscale has investments worth $2.7 billion in its books, and out of that, the Ethereum Trust consists of investments to the tune of $234.7 million. It needs to be kept in mind that over the years, it has been said that the flow of institutional money is going to be the main trigger behind the growth of the crypto market, and it seems like perhaps this is finally happening. It remains to be seen how this latest development affects the attitudes of other investors with regards to Ethereum.
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Heiko Closhen, Entrepreneur