According to data from the analysis company Skew, Bitcoin has achieved volatility of 103% in the past month, reaching the highest level since March 2020. Bitcoin collapsed in March 2020 due to the new crown epidemic. However, unlike March 2020, the current volatility is due to the bull market. Generally speaking, during a bull market, price fluctuations are more common because investors realize money at different points in time. The realized volatility refers to the average volatility of the token price within 30 days. Skew measures volatility by calculating the standard deviation of bitcoin prices over time.