30-day realized volatility for Bitcoin drops to its lowest levels since 2017, while Tesla beats performance at over $1,500.
Bitcoin (BTC) set another dubious record on July 15 as realized volatility sank to its lowest in three years.
According to data from on-chain analytics resource Skew, 30-day realized volatility recorded its smallest reading since 2017 this week.
BTC volatility echoes pre-$20K position
Realized volatility refers to volatility as defined by various timespans.