The digital currency ecosystem is on a rampage today with the combined crypto market jumping 5.41% to $1.08 trillion. With this growth, Ethereum (ETH) is tagging well with its 4.56% over the past 24 hours and a 9% jump in the past week. At the time of writing, Ethereum is trading at a spot price of $1,679.98 according to data from CoinMarketCap.
Ethereum growth can be attributed to many factors beyond even the normal general market sentiment. What stood out, however, is the activity of a major whale who has been buying massive amounts of digital currency.
As flagged by crypto analyst @Ali_charts, this particular Whale who has around 1,000 to 10,000 Ethereum units has added a massive 400,000 tokens to their bag as the crypto market dipped recently. This buyup was estimated to be around $600,000,000 and is adjudged to have contributed to the current price upsurge of Ethereum.
#Ethereum whales with 1,000 to 10,000 $ETH added around 400,000 #ETH to their holdings in the recent #crypto market dip, worth around $600,000,000. pic.twitter.com/OMfebJoPVh
— Ali (@ali_charts) March 14, 2023
It is not uncommon to see High Networth Individuals (HNIs) in crypto accumulate as much of an asset with promising fundamentals and technicals. The accumulation of Ethereum is a show-off that the crypto is also a favorite of whales as much as Bitcoin is.
Fake Bullish Growths?
The fall in crypto prices and the subsequent rise has been tagged by many as a possibly fake bullish growth considering the fact that the headwinds that stirred the crash are still visible in the market today.
There have been reports that the closure of Signature Bank is a deliberate attempt by US regulators to crack down on the digital currency ecosystem and is the only crypto-focused bank after Silvergate’s collapse. With a series of negativity still hovering around, many are projecting that the current upshoot may be a temporary one but some proponents believe this could also be the trigger to the next bull run.
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