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8.65 Billion Dogecoin (DOGE) in 24 Hours: What's Up?

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Thu, 30/05/2024 - 12:41
8.65 Billion Dogecoin (DOGE) in 24 Hours: What's Up?
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Dogecoin has experienced a significant rise in large transactions, with around 8.65 billion DOGE moved by major investors. This surge occurs despite an 8% decline in Dogecoin's value. Unfortunately, the increase in large transactions might be linked to the overall poor performance of the market.

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Dogecoin is just one example of the mixed feelings that have recently been present on the cryptocurrency market. Even with the general uptrend, investors are concerned about the recent 8% decline. Whale activity is usually linked to a large number of transactions, which shot up. 

Dogecoin's trajectory has been largely upward over the last month, with notable trendline support at $0.156. To gain further understanding of the current market dynamics, analysis of the volume and transaction data is recommended. The significant transaction volume over the previous day was to the tune of 8.65 billion DOGE. 

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This whale activity spike typically denotes either large accumulation or large sell-offs. It seems that some large investors may be selling their holdings, which would contribute to the price's downward pressure given the 8% drop. The quantity of significant transactions exhibiting regular fluctuations over the last month reached a seven-day peak of 159,000 transactions and a seven-day low of 13,000 transactions.

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The erratic state of the market and the fluctuating attitudes of major investors are reflected in the volatility of transaction numbers. Along with this pattern, the total transaction volume shows a notable movement of funds within the Dogecoin ecosystem, with a seven-day high of 9. 48 billion DOGE and a low of 6. 63 billion DOGE. 

Additional context is given by the average balance data. With the highest point at $3,711 and the lowest at $3,505 the seven-day average balance is approximately $3,627. Although there has been a lot of movement, these numbers show that average holdings have stayed mostly steady. This could mean that while some whales are selling, others are purchasing, keeping the balance.

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