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Chainlink was one of the top performers last year before Bitcoin[1] and Ethereum[2] stole the show in Q4 of 2020. While the altcoin has managed to retain a position above $10 for a majority of the last 6 months, it hasn’t really participated in the market’s price rally over the past few weeks.

Interestingly, the price’s reluctance hasn’t moved investors to the edge of selling their positions, with Santiment’s data suggesting a different story altogether.

Chainlink continues to be moved off exchanges

Source: Santiment[3]

According to analytics platform Santiment,[4] Chainlink’s ratio of supply is currently moving away from exchanges and falling to a one-year low. The chart attached herein highlights that in the 1st week of January, a portion of LINK tokens was moving back into platforms. However, after the decline, LINK’s Exchange supply seemed to identify a new low.

The supply ratio moving offline is considered bullish since investors are willing to hold on to their assets. Alongside trader confidence, there are a couple of other things that may help Chainlink’s[5] course in the next few weeks.

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LINK’s bull run hasn’t started yet

Keeping Bitcoin aside, there were multiple altcoins that surged dramatically over the past few weeks. While Ethereum has led the rally, other popular crypto-assets such as Litecoin[6], Bitcoin Cash[7], and Cardano[8] have also followed suit. In fact, just last week, XLM went on a run too. On the contrary, LINK’s market hasn’t really exploded on paper yet.

Source: LINK/USD[9] on Trading View

The potential of a LINK rally can be identified by the above chart. Now, while the crypto-asset did claim a position of $19.15 on the 7th of January,

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