Bitcoin, after roaring into 2021, has now plateaued at around $50,000 per bitcoin, with the price more-or-less treading water over the past week.

The bitcoin price, up almost 500% since this time last year, has exploded higher amid a combination of Wall Street institutional adoptioncorporate interest, and retail traders piling into the market—and some think it could have a lot further to run.

Now, recent market data has shown the bitcoin price gap between crypto exchanges Coinbase and Binance, known as the Coinbase premium, could serve as a bellwether for institutional investors or high net-worth individuals buying bitcoin, with traders warned to avoid Coinbase if the premium is high.

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