2020 will be remembered for a host of reasons, with Bitcoin volatility being one of them. After scaling up to its all-time high index during the March 2020 collapse, BTC volatility remained under nominal levels for the rest of the year. On average, Bitcoin’s volatility was lower than the S&P 500 and even Tesla, in 2020.

Bitcoin’s calm Volatility Index was disrupted following the cryptocurrency’s latest price action, however, with Skew pointing to a series of changes in the…

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