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The Bitcoin price jumped back above the $49K zone on Saturday. 30-day statistics show the value of bitcoin has swelled by 50% over the last month and many believe that this BTC bull run is not over. 

Popular stock-to-flow (S2F) creator Plan B recently shared a S2F chart that indicates a possible “2nd leg of this bull market.” 

“Both bitcoin S2F (white line) and on-chain signal (color, not red yet) still indicating a 2nd leg of this bull market,” Plan B wrote. Following this statement, Plan B was asked: “Are we shooting for $288k again? Or still $100k? I’m confused.” The S2F analyst replied and said:

“IMO we are going up, first to 100k, then 288k.”

In other trending Bitcoin news today: Coinbase Investing $500,000,000 in ‘Diverse Portfolio’ of Bitcoin and Crypto Assets!

Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong says that the cryptocurrency exchange will purchase digital assets worth more than half a billion dollars to add to its existing holdings. Armstrong says that Coinbase will be allocating 10% of its quarterly profits toward the purchase of crypto assets in the future.

“We recently received board approval to purchase over $500 [million] of crypto on our balance sheet to add to our existing holdings. And we’ll be investing 10% of all profit going forward in crypto. I expect this percentage to keep growing over time as the cryptoeconomy matures.”

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