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‘Uptober’ pulls $160 billion into the crypto market as central bank rates fall further

'Uptober' pulls $160 billion into the crypto market as central bank rates fall further

With over $160 billion inflows into the cryptocurrency market in a little more than half a day, the market has risen from $1.901 trillion to $2.065 trillion, pushing Bitcoin (BTC) over $47,000 as ‘Uptober’ gets underway.

Despite China outlawing cryptocurrencies earlier this week, the market has increased, on October 1 in what the crypto community has dubbed ‘Uptober’ concerning the historically successful fourth quarter for BTC. 

On the other hand, major countries such as the US (-5.2%), UK (-3.1%), Canada (-3.9%), Australia (3.7%), and Argentina (-13.4%) are all experiencing negative central bank rates.

This is according to a tweet from Charlie Bilello, Founder and CEO of Compound Capital Advisors, who indicated the data is based on interest rates minus inflation, making this especially important in this context.

Microstrategy CEO says investors are suffering

Furthermore, concerning Bilello´s tweet, the CEO of MicroStrategy, Michael Saylor, argued that the inflation rates published are nominal CPI measures issued by the government.

Thus, as measured by the increase in the value of assets, actual monetary inflation is much greater in all countries. Therefore, investors are suffering from negative real yields to a far greater extent than the figures indicate.

Saylor commented: 

“In the presence of rampant inflation, cash & credit become crumbling liabilities. Convert your balance sheet to #bitcoin to turn liabilities into assets.”

The flagship digital asset is currently up 10.03% on the day, trading at $47,355, according to As a result, many leading crypto analysts remain bullish as during 20 minutes between 6:25 a.m. and 6:45 a.m Bitcoin soared from $44,900 to almost $47,400 despite China banning Bitcoin with prominent crypto analyst Pomp declared:

The global crypto market

Currently, the total value of the cryptocurrency market is now at $2.065 trillion, representing a rise of 8.47% over the previous day. In addition, the entire volume of the cryptocurrency market during the past 24 hours has reached $109.15 billion, representing a 17.30% rise.

Global 1 day crypto market cap.

However, not everyone was bullish as in the last 24 hours, as 60,825 traders were Rekt, resulting in a total liquidation of $452.4 million, as per Bybt data.

Total liquidations. Source: Bybt

El Salvador mining using clean energy

Interestingly, El Salvador continues to make strides in the cryptocurrency sector after officially mining the first Bitcoin using volcanic energy

Volcanic energy ushers in a new era of sustainable mining for an asset that has been dogged by negative coverage due to its carbon footprint. Notably, Bitcoin opponents have used the commodity’s effect on the environment as a justification for a total ban on the currency.


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