According to TokenGazer data analysis, as of 17:00 on July 9th, the BTC price was 12,536.7$, the market value was 222,953.8M, and the 24H BTC transaction volume of the mainstream exchange was about $2,333.3M, a surge of 134.1% from yesterday. BTC's computing power is still high, and there is still a certain upward trend; in terms of the number of active addresses, the number of active addresses in the BTC chain is increasing; in terms of market share, the proportion of BTC market value is slowly increasing, currently about 63.99%; UTC On July 8, bitcoin prices rose to $12,395, and all-day bitcoin price increases were caused by almost two rapid pull-ups. Someone on Bitfinex took the opportunity to leave the market and traded 1221 BTC in the minute of 9:54, with the active sell order of 1081 BTC and the largest single sell order reaching 454.24 BTC. A large sell order caused the bitcoin price to fall by $180 in one minute, and then the buy order returned the normal spread between the exchanges. The rapid drop in prices on Bitfinex caused Bitstamp's bitcoin premium on Bitfinex to rise to more than $100. Bitfinex's bitcoin price returned to normal within a minute and the premium disappeared. However, in the two rapid rises throughout the day, Coinbase took the initiative to pay 1157 BTC, 963 BTC, each pushing the price up hundreds of dollars. Currently, BTC/USD Coinbase is in a positive premium status for BTC/USD Bitfinex.