According to FXStreet, according to the Blockchain website, bitcoin exchanges have fallen to their lowest level in two years, while bitcoin prices have continued to rise. This may be because traders have been holding bitcoin as bitcoin prices continue to rise. Last month it seems to be the first significant difference between trading volume and price over the past three years. This is an interesting anomaly because it means that prices are rising again, but there are fewer participants and the miners are more expensive. If the volume of the transaction drops, but the bid is higher, this can only mean that people are willing to pay more for their bitcoin, and the seller is ready to wait for a higher price.