Timely Insights

November Quiet Before Volatility Resumes

San Francisco • December 7, 2021

The Bitwise 10 Large Cap Crypto Index posted a loss of 1.40% in November as Bitcoin retreated from all-time highs reached earlier in the month. Along with a broad pullback in U.S. equity markets, crypto asset prices retreated sharply at the start of December in response to concerns about the Omicron variant outbreak and comments from U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell hinting that the bank will tighten monetary policy at a faster pace than previously expected.

In this month’s Advisor Letter, our team explores the crypto market’s key performance metrics for November, reviews the most relevant news from the past month, and highlights a single chart that helps gauge the health of the market.


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  • Juan Leon

    Senior Crypto Research Analyst
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