At press time, the total number of active addresses were roughly 826,211.
It is a significant increase from January 1st, 2020 when the number of active entities was somewhere around 640,762.
An argument could be made that Gold did not play a role in the recent increase in active addresses.
The depreciation of Gold and the number of active addresses hitting an ATH could probably be a random coincidence in the current turbulent market.
With Bitcoin consolidating above $7500 for the past 12 hours, the active addresses are only expected to increase in the coming weeks.

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