Germany’s ongoing Bitcoin (BTC) sales and recent Mt. Gox refunds crypto para created uncertainty by confusing the market.

Despite the recent sell-off, the Eurozone’s largest economy continues to hold 39,826 BTC worth around $2.2 billion, according to Arkham Intelligence.

Since mid-June, the German government has been liquidating Bitcoin holdings, adding to the downward pressure on the market.

Earlier this year, the German Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) seized 49,857 BTC from the operators of, a privacy website that ceased operations in 2013.

Over 10,000 BTC have been sold in the past few weeks, affecting the market rate of the cryptocurrency.

Bitcoin’s spot price has fallen by nearly 20% in the past four weeks to $54,260, with a significant 13% drop in the past seven days alone.

The sell-off has raised concerns about potential market turbulence, as Germany’s remaining Bitcoin holdings represent around 9% of BTC’s $25.3 billion 24-hour trading volume. The possibility of further liquidations suggests continued price instability.

Tron founder Justin Sun recently added to the market’s unease by offering to buy Bitcoin off-market from the German government to mitigate the negative impact on the spot price.

Sun’s proposal underscores a broader sentiment that Germany’s strategy may not be compatible with long-term market stability.

*This is not investment advice.

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