• Two major Ethereum whales have grabbed 480,000 LINK

  • WhaleStats has released information on numerous significant transactions involving Ethereum whales acquiring LINK.

    Over the last twenty hours, two huge whales, rated 111 and 116 on this crypto tracking service’s top 1,000 ETH whale list, have purchased a total of 479,701 Chainlink. That is the same as $11,311,820.

    ETH whales devoured $11.3 million in LINK.

    The Ethereum whale ranked 111 acquired seven times, totaling 409,001 LINK tokens valued $9,681,053,67. The most expensive item purchased here was 70,007 LINK. Other trades ranged in value from 52,000 to 59,000 coins.

    The whale’s wallet – 0xc333e80ef2dec2805f239e3f1e810612d294f771 – has a total value of $70,084,737 in ERC-tokens, with USDT being the most valuable. This stablecoin is followed by LINK, which has a total percentage of 8.86 worth $31,089,976 in the wallet.

    This whale’s greatest holding is Ethereum, the second largest cryptocurrency.

    The other Ethereum whale is ranked 116 on WhaleStats, and he just made one purchase, grabbing 70,700 LINK – worth $1,633,170.

    LINK is popular among Ethereum whales.

    According to WhaleStats’ analytics data, LINK is the most traded cryptocurrency and is in the top 10 currencies purchased most frequently by the 1,000 largest ETH wallet owners.

    The ninth-largest ETH whale purchases 110 trillion SHIB.

    One of the top ETH whales, “Gimli” (named after the dwarf warrior figure from J.R.R. Tolkien’s classic “Lord of the Rings”), rated 9 by WhaleStats, purchased a massive quantity of another cryptocurrency – 110,000,000,000 SHIB.

    This amount of meme coin was worth $3,624,500 at the time of the trade. This is the first time in 2022 that “Gimli” has purchased so many SHIB tokens. The whale spent $1.1 million on 28.2 billion SHIB and $2.4 million on Shiba Inu in the first few days of December.

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