According to EWN, since Bitcoin broke the $10,000 mark on Friday, FOMO seems to have become a reality in the cryptocurrency market. ViewBase, a cryptographic analysis services company, points out that "a large amount of stable currency has flowed into the exchange." More specifically, within an hour after Bitcoin broke $10,000, approximately $25 million of stable dollar-dollar stable currency flowed into the exchange. Such large-scale capital inflows directly indicate that after Bitcoin broke the $10,000 mark, investors (probably the largest holders of money) are considering relocating funds back into this area. It is unclear to what extent the use of stable currency to buy bitcoin affects the market.