According to information provided by Etherscan, in the past half hour, cryptocurrency whales bought and transferred nearly 21 billion Shiba Inu meme tokens into their wallets.
There were eight major transfers of SHIB since whales moved money from one wallet to the next (possibly, OTC trades) and also from crypto exchanges to the digital address of their wallets.
The biggest transfer was 6,348,990,689 SHIB. The second largest was later with a total of 3,530,860 coins. Then, 2,799,990 SHIB were added to it. The remainder of the transaction vary between 1.5 billion and up to 1.8 billion Shiba Inu.
U.Today reported a few days ago, on December 21, that an Ethereum whale had added four trillion SHIB to their portfolios. This occurred at the same time that the second largest cryptocurrency saw an increase of eight percent. The same day 13th largest whale Tsunade purchased 34 billion SHIB tokens.
According to information posted via Twitter by WhaleStats, an Ethereum whale also purchased 53,684,945,423 SHIB in December.
The crypto label Bigger Entertainment, which sells apparel, NFTs, and event tickets for cryptocurrency, has scheduled a SHIB burn party for December 26. Everyone can contribute to the SHIB burns that they do regularly by purchasing items or listening to music tracks on their website.
Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as financial or investment advice. Cryptocurrency investments are subject to market risks, and individuals should seek professional advice before making any investment decisions.