Two Ethereum Whales Scoop Up 337,153 Chainlink (LINK) Worth Over $4.82 Million within 24.
As per WhaleStats data, in recent hours, whales have been grabbing LINK as the crypto market dipped and LINK price touched the critical support level of $13.47 on the daily chart.
The blockchain data tracker reported three different transactions involving Chainlink purchases; the most recent LINK transaction was an Ethereum whale named “Saitama” acquiring 137,173 LINK for $1,991,751 ($1.99M). Saitama is ranked as the 179th biggest Ethereum whale on WhaleStats.
🐋 An ETH whale just bought 99,990 $link ($1,416,858 USD).
Ranked #23 on WhaleStats: https://t.co/2do7yJzgy7
— WhaleStats – BabyWhale ($BBW) (@WhaleStats) March 18, 2022
Another mysterious whale ranked 29th biggest ETH Whale made two transactions of the same amount, i.e., 99,990 LINK, worth $1,416,858 ($1.41M). The second transaction also consists of the same number of links. In total, the whale accumulated 199,980 LINK, worth $2,833,716 ($2.83M).
So far, both of these top Ethereum whales have accumulated a total of 337,153 LINK, worth 4,825,467 ($4.82M) during the past 24 hours.
The Ethereum whales appear to become active once the price reaches its daily critical support level of $13.47. Technically, this is the third time LINK has tested this necessary support level and bounced off. At the time of writing, LINK’s price is trading at $14.41.