Bitcoin’s NVT (value transacted over the network) metric is used to determine whether an asset is up or down. However, using it in tandem with other metrics / metrics will work best.
What does NVT mean?
To put it simply, the NVT metric shows whether the network is being used a lot or not. If the NVT is high, it means the network is in demand and usage is high, it appears to be investing more in it. Conversely, if the NVT is low, it means that people are not using blockchain as much.
Usually, when the NVT ratio is low, it means less network usage and investors are not actively investing.
At press time, Bitcoin’s NVT is at a level last seen during the COVID epidemic’s prior period. This means that the Bitcoin network is not being used much, investors are not actively investing in Bitcoin.
It sounds like a bearish sign, but it’s not, and it even sounds absurd considering MicroStrategy and CashApp’s investments. However, as mentioned earlier, this data is recommended to be used in conjunction with other metrics.
Here’s why low NVTs are bullish for Bitcoin:
Low NVT ratio is often seen near the bottom: So the price can be expected to go higher. Last time, NVT at this low price was at $ 5,000. Since then, the price has more than doubled. So we can expect the same thing to happen even now.
Difficulty range – This metric takes into account Bitcoin miners and network difficulty, which is essentially the backbone of the Bitcoin network. This metric tends to increase when the bands are tight and is also a good time to invest. The bands consist of simple moving averages of the difficulty of the Bitcoin network so the rate of difficulty change can be easily seen.
The Mayer multiple index for Bitcoin has also lit up a bullish sign.
For the most part, the on-chain metrics for Bitcoin look strong and suggest Bitcoin will soon increase in price.
Technically, Bitcoin has seen 6 consecutive green candles. In the past, this has happened 15 times since 2015 and shows an average increase of 36.14% over the course of 14 days.
Hence, we can conclude that both on-chain engineering and fundamentals favor Bitcoin bulls.