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Ethereum 2.0 Deposit Contract Now Holds 4M ETH Worth $10.8 B.

Ethereum investors are constantly sending out funds to the ETH 2.0 deposit contract nearly six months after the upgrade was started. At the time of composing, the Ethereum 2.0 deposit agreement holds 4.0412 million ETH valued at $10.8 Billion using ETH's present worth at $2,700.

Linking the dots, such a high quantity of deposits to the Ethereum 2.0 agreement, while the upgrade is still in advancement, is a clear indication that long-lasting ETH investors are bullish on the worth of the digital possession and what the future holds for the blockchain.

4 million ETH is 3.5% of Ethereum's flowing supply of 115.665 million. This amount is also 'unstakable' till the whole Ethereum 2.0 upgrade is complete. Any Ethereum sent out to the ETH 2.0 contract decreases available ETH for other traders and investors consisting of organizations. Such a natural supply shrinking is beneficial to the value of Ethereum right now.

At the time of composing, Ethereum is combining at the $2,700 price area in anticipation of what appears like a relocation towards the $3k price ceiling. Ethereum still has 2 more obstacles this month in the type of ETH futures and choices ending tomorrow, Friday, April 30th, as well as the month-to-month close on the same date.

Roughly $930 million in Ethereum options end tomorrow in the next 48 hours. Of this quantity, $430 million in ETH choices will expire on Deribit with an open interest of $4 Billion.

Such a high quantity of Ethereum options ending, coupled with the monthly close tomorrow, is sure to add selling pressure on Ethereum, triggering a possible retest of $2,500. On the bright side, as soon as April is over, the month of May provides Ethereum with a brand-new environment to prosper.

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