Cryptocurrency market Q3 macro data: Bitcoin fell 23.8%, the third worst quarter since 2012

On October 5th, David Martin, Chief Investment Officer of BlockforceCapital, summarized some macro data on the cryptocurrency market in the third quarter of this year. Here are some key points: 1. Bitcoin prices fell 14.4% in September, falling for three consecutive months. Throughout the third quarter, gold performed the best, with prices up 4.5% and bitcoin prices down 23.8%. At the same time, this is the third worst quarter since Bitcoin has been in 2012; 2. In the third quarter, the volume of CME trading on the Chicago Board of Trade has decreased compared to the second quarter, but the amount of open interest remains. In the third quarter, the top 10 projects with cryptocurrency market value lost an average of 44%. Ethereum is the top 10 projects, the only asset that did not fall in September, up 4%; Up to now, BNB is the best performing asset this year, with prices up 160%, bitcoin second, and price up 124%; 5. 7 days after the US dollar exchange went online, the trading volume has 610 bitcoins , about $4.5 million. Bakkt, which went live on September 23, has 754 bitcoins.