The movement of stablecoins to and from CEX is often a precursor of market momentum, so could be used to signal the end of the bear market. When stablecoins are sent to exchanges in large quantities, it is usually a signal that institutions are preparing to buy. It has not happened yet, as stablecoins such as USDC have been leaving exchanges as the bear market deepens.
Tether has around 25% of the supply sitting on trading platforms, according to CryptoQuant. For Binance USD, the number is a much higher 70%, and this is probably due to the yield opportunities that Binance offers for its native stablecoin. A regulated stablecoin market with issuers proving their backing through audits could be a green light for institutions that have been waiting on the sidelines so far. This could cause the inflow of stablecoins to exchanges that signals the next bull market. Other crypto-native stablecoins appear to be flowing into exchanges. #web3grandpappa #togrp https://cryptopotato.com/how-stablecoin-exchange-flows-could-signal-the-next-bull-market-analysis/