Tags : whales

Bitcoin

A Decrease In Bitcoin Whales Suggests A Bear Market Is

Bitcoin price is sinking slowly from highs set over a week ago now, and bullish momentum is showing signs of waning. The peak of the bull market isn’t expected by most analysts for some time, however, a sizable reduction in BTC wallets with a balance of 1K or more coins, could be signaling a bear […]Read More

Bitcoin

Whales Move $1.6B In Bitcoin Ahead Of Nearly 20% Selloff

Bitcoin price has been in a steady uptrend for months now, but a sudden sharp selloff turned the crypto market into a sea of red today. Ahead of the market turning red, a whale was spotted moving a substantial amount of BTC to a popular cryptocurrency exchange, taking reserves to the highest level all year. […]Read More

Blockchain

If Whales Move the Market, UniWhales Is the Whale Whisperer

When Elon Musk changed his Twitter bio to “#bitcoin” last week it moved the market, but not just for bitcoin itself. Users of UniWhales could see big holders making moves in real-time. Matt Aaron, the CEO of UniWhales, sent CoinDesk screenshots showing three big moves of liquidity providers exiting USDC/ETH and USDT/ETH positions on Uniswap. […]Read More

Bitcoin

Data Suggests Whales are Keen on Protecting One Key Bitcoin

Bitcoin has seen some choppy price action throughout the past couple of days, with buyers and sellers largely reaching an impasse Following a swift overnight decline, Bitcoin has posted a strong rebound that has allowed it to surge back to $36,000 Where it trends next will undoubtedly depend on whether or not buyers can flip […]Read More

Bitcoin

Is Bitcoin price manipulation by whales a real thing?

The Bitcoin paradox presents something of a predicament. On the one hand, Bitcoin sells itself as a financial equalizer. But at the same time, it’s one of the world’s most unequally distributed assets. David Lin, of Kitco News, raised this point in discussion with the Director of Research at GraniteShares, Ryan Giannotto. Giannotto agreed with […]Read More

Market

Bitcoin Whales Kept Accumulating During Monday’s Crash

Large bitcoin (BTC) investors, popularly known as whales, look to have bought Monday’s price dip, indicating confidence in the ongoing bull market. The number of bitcoin “whale entities” – clusters of crypto wallet addresses held by a single network participant holding at least 1,000 BTC – rose slightly to a new record high of 2,140 on Monday. […]Read More

Bitcoin

Bitcoin “Bear Whales” Show Signs of Exhaustion as Analysts Eye

Bitcoin’s price has been fairly stagnant throughout the past few days, with its recent rejection at highs of $28,500 kicking off a short-term consolidation phase Where the crypto trends in the mid-term may depend largely on whether or not bulls can invalidate these highs as a potential “blow-off top” There has been speculation that the […]Read More