Bitcoin’s NVT Indicator Shows that the Network is Incredibly Healthy

One key on-chain indicator is now signaling that Bitcoin is seeing intense underlying strength despite its recent turbulent price action.

BTC’s NVT is a widely respected indicator that weighs the number of unique tokens being transacted on the Bitcoin network with the cryptocurrency’s price action.

Because the network is still being heavily utilized by investors, it shows that the benchmark crypto is both fundamentally and technically strong, and it may suggest that it is poised for an upswing in the days and weeks ahead.

It is imperative, however, that BTC firmly gains a foothold within the five-figure price action in the near-term in order for it to see any sustained upwards momentum.

Bitcoin’s NVT Indicator Points to Underlying Network Strength

Bitcoin’s NVT indicator represents the cryptocurrency’s network value to transactions ratio.

It is calculated by dividing Bitcoin’s market capitalization by the daily on-chain volume and can offer investors with actionable insights into the cryptocurrency’s technical and fundamental strength.

It does appear that this indicator is signaling that Bitcoin is strong in spite of the recent decline from highs of over $9,800 that were set just a couple of days ago.

Data and analytics platform Santiment recently spoke about BTC’s NVT, explaining that the number of tokens being transacted on the network is slightly above its May average.

“In spite of BTC’s mild -4.4% downswing today, its NVT looks healthy, and our model is showing a semi-bullish signal. The amount of unique tokens being transacted on Bitcoin network is slightly above average for in May, according to where price levels currently sit.”

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This underlying strength could bolster the cryptocurrency’s technical outlook as it hovers just above its key near-term support at $9,000.

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