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Shiba Inu Surge As Mysterious Whale Buys 52 Billion SHIB in One Transaction, Now Holds 657B Shib


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Shiba Inu (SHIB) surges 9% as the mysterious whale bought 52.47 billion Shiba Inu in one significant transaction.

Etherscan.io data reports that the Mysterious Whale has just purchased 52,470,888,570 (52.47B) SHIB, worth $756,630 in one significant transaction. The Whale now holds a whopping total of 657,401,453,770 (657.40B) SHIB, worth $9,479,728 ($9.47M) in her wallet.

The transition can be seen below, where the mysterious whale accumulated 52B Shib almost one hour ago.

SHIB Whale
SHIB Whale

Since 19th August, Shiba Inu has been trading within a narrow range of $0.00001254 – $0.00001387. Soon after the whale accumulated a considerable amount of SHIB in one transaction, the most popular canine-themed cryptocurrency experienced a spike and surged by more than 9%.

Whale stats reports that Shib is the top holding of the 1000 Ethereum whales. Top 1K whales now hold $162M worth of Shiba Inu.

At press time, Shiba Inu is trading at the price of $0.0000144, up 9.34% over the last day, with a 24-hour trading volume of $755,027,613 ($755.02M).

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