Bitcoin gained ~1% during January after entering the month around $42,300 and finishing at ~$42,600. Bitcoin rallied into the approval of spot Bitcoin ETFs on January 10th, but price topped out around ~$48,500 the next morning before dwindling lower for most of the month due to GBTC outflows.
We saw 2023 as a turning point in our industry, and 2024 is poised to be a fascinating year with several macro and crypto-specific catalysts that are poised to drive change and perhaps push us into a full-blown bull cycle. In this report GSR’s venture capital team breaks down the narratives that
GSR has appointed Andreas Koukorinis as its new Head of Trading. He joins the firm from JP Morgan, where he most recently served as their Global Head of Credit and FICC ETF eTrading.
With the cryptosphere heating up, we provide a reference pack with brief, fundamental overviews of various digital assets topics and subsectors.
Bitcoin gained ~12% during December after entering the month around $37,700 and finishing at ~$42,250. The majority of gains came during the beginning of the month as ETF optimism grew.
Bitcoin gained ~9% during November after entering the month around $34,700 and finishing at ~$37,700. Prices rallied during the first third of the month, with the local peak following BlackRock’s spot Ethereum ETF filing on the 9th.
The likely imminent approval of spot exchange-traded funds for bitcoin could be a game-changing moment for the digital assets industry.
Bitcoin gained ~29% during October after entering the month around $27,000 and finishing at ~$34,700. Performance trended sideways until mid-month when speculative euphoria around a spot Bitcoin ETF approval gained steam.
The following dives into the growing discussion around Lido’s staking dominance and its implications for Ethereum. We’d recommend unfamiliar readers begin with our Guide to Ethereum Staking.