The data shows that BTC funds have a net outflow for 3 consecutive days, and the activity on the chain has remained low in March.

According to TokenInsight data, the TI index reflecting the overall performance of the blockchain industry reported 683.21 points at 8:00 on November 4, a decrease of 6.43 points or 0.93% from the same period of last year. In addition, among the 25 sub-sectors closely watched by TokenInsight, the highest increase in 24 hours was for the content service industry, which was 1.44%; the highest decline in 24 hours was for other business and leasing industries, with a drop of 3.29%. According to monitoring, BTC's 24h transaction volume was $21 billion, the number of active addresses dropped by 7.04% from the previous day, and the popularity was down by 2.09% from the previous day. Coinwalle analyst Jeffrey believes that BTC funds have a net outflow for three consecutive days, and the chain activity has remained low in March, and will be consolidating in the short term. Note: The above content is for reference only and does not constitute investment advice.