Over the past few days, huge amounts of Bitcoin (BTC) stashes have been moving to “unknown wallet addresses” as the top crypto looks set to start an accumulation period. On Thursday, 5th March, in the early hours of the U.S market, two whale transaction was recorded on Whale Alert, a crypto data oracle, showing a
A Bitcoin whale moved about 14,500 BTC, approx. $129 million between wallets as the community braces up for a possible bullish momentum in the coming days. The price of BTC relative to the dollar is finally spiking following a buying spree in the past 24 hours that set the price past $8,800 USD on Monday.
Bitcoin continues to break below key supports. In the last 24 hours, the digital asset has dropped by 2%. On Thursday, Bitcoin looked ready to get back up as it climbed to $8,900 in a few hours. This was however short-lived. The rally was rejected at this position killing chances that the upward trajectory extended
Bulls are moving Bitcoin (BTC) around exchanges as signals to a possible selloff to $9,000 USD ring harder on the market. In the past 24 hours over 6,700 BTC has moved from unknown wallets to exchanges as whales continue to take their profits from the explosive bull run at the start of the year. Once
Whale moved over $43 million USD worth of Bitcoin (BTC) from Xapo Wallet on Wednesday. The movement of such a large amount of BTC raised questions on whether BTC is in an accumulation period. Could a possible spike to $14,000 USD be on the horizon? Cryptocurrency whale aggregators are once again on the lookout as
Although Bitcoin whales have mostly been seen in a bad light, they could be useful in driving important events in the industry. According to Diar, Bitcoin whales who own at least 1000 BTC are responsible for bringing back the bull market that Bitcoin is currently enjoying. Bitcoin price rise coincides with the accumulation According to
A recent report released by Chainalysis has caused a bit of a stir in the cryptocurrency markets. According to their estimate, the ‘whale’ wallets of Bitcoin and Ethereum holds coins worth $35 billion at current prices. The number of whale wallets identified on Bitcoin and Ethereum was 448 and 396 respectively. No. of Bitcoins held