SHIB and MATIC, as well as dollar-pegged stablecoins, are two of the most favored cryptocurrencies among elite ETH investors. According to WhaleStats, FTM has now joined that list.
SHIB, MATIC, and FTM are among the top ten most purchased coins.
The currencies that have made the list of the top ten coins that have been actively purchased by the largest Ethereum investors over the last twenty-four hours have been announced by on-chain data source WhaleStats.
According to the data vendor’s tweet, SHIB and MATIC are still among the top 1,000 Ethereum wallet users’ preferred investments.
Shiba Inu is ranked seventh on that list, with Polygon (MATIC) being fifth and Fantom (FTM) ranking sixth. USDC, USDT, and BUSD are the first three stablecoins on the list, occupying places one, two, and four.
🐳🐳 Top 10 purchased tokens by 1000 biggest #ETH whales in the last 24hrs
5⃣ $MATIC @0xPolygon
6⃣ $FTM @FantomFDN
7⃣ $SHIB @Shibtoken
8⃣ $YFI @iearnfinance
9⃣ $AAVE @AaveAave
🔟 $SNX @synthetix_io
What are you buying today ? 🧐 pic.twitter.com/zDVuLvGkgn— WhaleStats – BabyWhale ($BBW) (@WhaleStats) March 12, 2022
Ethereum, the second-largest cryptocurrency, is in an honorable second place here.
SHIB is followed by yearn.finance (YFI) and AAVE, which are ranked 8 and 9, respectively.
According to the WhaleStats website, the average amount of SHIB purchased by whales in the last 24 hours is 880,587,383 tokens. That is the same as $19,665.
The average purchase quantity for Polygon’s native token MATIC is 18,750 coins, which is around $26,625.
Whales take home $2.6 million in MATIC.
In a couple of previous tweets, the aforementioned data supplier indicated that two prominent Ethereum investors had amassed a total of $2.6 million.
One of them spent $1,322,746 on MATIC (924,997 tokens) and the other spent $1,313,500 on MATIC – an equivalent of 925,000 tokens.
Whales on the Ethereum blockchain had also purchased $15 million in Fantom (FTM) in a series of transactions.