WhaleStats recently reported that the 254th largest ETH holder tagged “BlueWhale0073” accumulated a staggering 131,477,192,339 (131.47B) SHIB, worth $1,481,747 ($1.48M) in one significant transaction.
🐋 ETH whale "BlueWhale0073" just bought 131,477,192,339 $shib ($1,481,747 USD).
Ranked #254 on WhaleStats: https://t.co/RBupemZyZX
— WhaleStats (tracking crypto whales) (@WhaleStats) March 3, 2023
Based on WhaleStats data, it has been found that Shiba Inu continues to be a preferred token among the top 5000 ETH Whales. These whales currently hold a whopping $606,553,503 ($606.55M) worth of SHIB in their wallets.
🐳 The top 5000 #ETH whales are hodling
— WhaleStats (tracking crypto whales) (@WhaleStats) March 4, 2023
Currently, the entire focus of the Shiba Inu community is on the upcoming launch of Shibarium Beta, and they are eagerly awaiting its release. SHIB developer Shytoshi Kusama continues to stoke the flames of speculation, recently hinting at the completion of an ongoing project. As reported earlier by The Crypto Basic, Kusama shared a tweet that included a link to the song “La Vedo Nera” by Dueuno, an Italian-based music duo, and mentioned that he and his team have been listening to it repeatedly while they “finish up.”
Kusama has been reluctant to provide a specific date for the release of the Shibarium beta, despite repeated requests from the Shiba Inu community. Instead, he updated his Twitter bio to refer to himself as the “official partner of wen and ambassador of soon.”