Ethereum Whale Accumulation Spike, Whales Accumulate $1.03 Billion as ETH Slides to $1,000

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Ethereum (ETH) whales have shown their resolve to the asset. They have accumulated as much as $1.03 billion worth of ETH as the crypto market crisis drives its price to a two-year low of $1,050. Ethereum whale accumulation spike As the impact of the FTX collapse continues to be unraveled, cryptos and companies in the industries suffer the brunt. ETH whales continue to show their resolve, increasing their accumulation. 

 

According to the on-chain data tracker, Santiment, on November 20th, Ethereum whales holding between $10.9 million and $1.09 billion worth of ETH have added 947,940 more ETH, worth an additional $1.03 billion. Data from Santiment shows that the latest accumulation spree is the fifth largest single-day acquisition by ETH whales over the last year. The accumulation spree was fueled by hopes of a possible ETH rally. Ethereum (ETH) plunges to $1,000 Unlike the other four instances of large ETH whale accumulation, the price of Ethereum has failed to react positively. 

 

Over the last 24 hours, its price is down by 4.5%, dropping as low as $1,050. The 24-hour price chart for Ethereum (ETH). Source: CoinMarketCap The decline in the price of Ethereum comes as the hacker who stole $477 million worth of crypto from the bankrupt converts the funds to ETH. In the last 24 hours, the account labeled “FTX Accounts Drainer” split $199.3 million worth of ETH into 12 accounts. On the Flipside In the week ending November 18th, Coinshares reported that short-ETH investment products received $14 million, “the largest weekly inflow on record.” 

 

Why You Should Care The accumulation shows the belief of whales in Ethereum. This is despite the whales threatening to bring ETH’s price below the current support level. Can ETH hold above $1000? Find out in: Ethereum (ETH) Price: Can it Hold Above $1,000? Read what Buterin has to say about the market crash in: Ethereum (ETH) Co-Founder Vitalik Buterin Says There Are Lessons To Learn From The FTX Collapse 

 

Source : dailycoin.com/ethereum-whale-accumulation-spike-whales-accumulate-1-03-billion-as-eth-slides-to-1000/ by Milko Trajcevski - November 22, 2022

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