After rising past the $2,000 on February 20, Ethereum has been undergoing a pullback, as the strong selling pressure is driving the price downwards. ETH is trading around USD 1,470 and is down by almost 8 percent in the last twenty-four hours.

Ethereum has seen a price drop due to large gas expenses as they have recently reached record highs, with an annual transaction expense of more than USD 30. This wasn’t the happiest of instances because it made the Decentralized Finance market nearly entirely impractical for most retailers.

However, fresh data from Glassnode shows that the overall gas expenses charged have arrived at a monthly low. The on-chain data provider has stated:

Overall, Ethereum fees charged (7d MA) hit a low point of $666,735.56.

Ethereum may be back on track due to this novelty since its network is one of the most renowned in the Decentralized Finance market. High gas expenses made it unattractive because consumers had begun to search for less costly options.

Decentralized Finance was one of the engines behind Ethereum’s recent bull run, based on rising demand for some of its goods, such as smart contracts. For example, Decentralized Finance’s overall profit amounted to $800 million in February.

For over three years, 20 percent of Ethereum supply did not budge.

According to the co-founder of EthHub, Antony Sassano, 20 percent of the overall supply of ETH has been stagnating on the chain for over three years.


This remarkable holding culture of some investors demonstrates their increasing trust in the 2nd-biggest marketplace cap crypto.

Cryptocurrency data provider Santiment recently reported that ETH’s top ten whale addresses had a combined Ethereum of 16.86 million as a sentiment that Ether stayed bullish.


Time can say what ETH has planned since in January alone; Grayscale Asset Management bought an extra 243,302 Ethers worth more than $380 million. The virtual asset manager at the moment handles a total of 3.17 million Ethereum.