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Whales Move $761 Million in Ethereum, While Coin Recovers to $3,500

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Sat, 09/18/2021 - 16:00
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Yuri Molchan
Anonymous large holders of crypto have transferred a close to $800 million worth Ethereum
Whales Move $761 Million in Ethereum, While Coin Recovers to $3,500
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According to the data shared by Whale Alert tracking service, over the past twenty-four hours, holders of large amounts of crypto, known as whales, have transferred 251,261 Ether – the second largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization.

That amounts to a staggering $761 million in fiat.

The largest transfer of all among those was made over 10 hours ago and it carried a 95,230.13 ETH lump worth $322,833,800.

Second and third by size were transfers of 30,000 ETH and 18,600 ETH conducted between anonymous wallets.

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Since Friday, Ethereum has demonstrated a rise from the low of $3,145 per coin to the $3,663 level earlier today. At the time of writing, the second biggest crypto is changing hands at $3,535 after declining to $3,356 briefly.

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Yuri is a crypto journalist interested in technology and technical innovations. He has been in crypto since 2017. Believes that blockchain and cryptocurrencies have a potential to transform the world in the future in many of its aspects. ‘Hodls’ major cryptocurrencies and has written for multiple crypto media outlets. 

His articles have been quoted by such crypto influencers as Tyler Winklevoss, John McAfee, CZ Binance, Max Keiser, etc.

Currently Yuri is a news writer at U.Today and can be contacted at yuri.molchan@u.today.