The number of wallets with between 1000 and 10,000 bitcoin (BTC) has seen a sharp increase since the crypto market bunted this winter, suggesting significant accumulation during the price dip. The analysis was published in a new report from weekly crypto-expiry Diar May 28.
Diar's analysis begins by comparing bitcoin's distribution landscapes today with data from August 2018, when the top coin was the latest trade in a price level of around $ 8,000. The analysis focuses on so-called "Firm Size" bitcoin wallet addresses – defined as those between 1000 and 10,000 BTC ̵
Back In August 2018, the company's size addresses below 20% of the bitcoins circulation supply, which showed a significant accumulation of nearly 7% over the course of a year, the report reports.
Since the crypto market was recently tied in December 2019 – when bitcoin was traded as low as $ 3,200 – bitcoin accumulation to Firm Size tier wallets has risen to $ 450,000 – the fastest growth among all ten tier wallet addresses that Diar data indicates.
 "BTC at $ 8K: Number of Bitcoins Added / Lost by Band." Sour ce: Diar
The total value of these Firm Size wallets is now $ 6 billion more than in August 2018, with Diar emphasizing that the bitcoin analyzed in these addresses is neither stale nor lost – that is, the majority of it has been actively moved over the last three months.
Diar further shows that about 40% of the bitcoin recently coined by inflation is accumulated by Firm Size wallets – over 100,000 bitcoin.
Even more remarkable, the report claims, is the long-term trend of apparent accumulation of Firm Size addresses: since the beginning of the crypto-carrier market in January 2018 – of which about 955,000 BTC has recently been coined by inflation – these addresses have allegedly consolidated Half of the new market supply.
As reported, analysts from the digital fund Adamant Capital in April told that the bear market was in the process of entering into its final phase – accumulation – not G as the bitcoin whales gather the top coin in a pattern like the echo 2014-2015 bear market.