Chainlink's bull run has created an abnormal situation where its entire supply is currently profitable according to an intelligence firm IntoTheBlock.
Listen to article The recent Chainlink rally has led to some unconventional results - 100% of its supply is "In the money" or profitable.
This metric simply represents a comparison between the asset's current price and the price at which it was acquired.
If the current price is higher, then it is "In the money", if it is lower, then it is "Out of the money", and if it is the same, then it is "At the money".
According to an intelligence company IntoTheBlock, currently, the entire supply of the LINK token is 'in the money'.
For reference, about 90% of Bitcoin supply is currently in the money and only 47% of Litecoin's.
The question is, how can 100% of addresses be 'in the money' at the same time? This is highly unusual for any asset and is only partly explained by the parabolic rise of the asset.
Every trade needs a buyer and a seller, so in theory some addresses should be 'at the money'.
The proportion of addresses not 'in the money' at this time may be very small and rounded off to zero.
It has announced a number of key partnerships, integrations and milestones.
100% of Chainlink Addresses Are Currently in Profit
Published on Aug 5, 2020
by Cointele | Published on Coinage
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