Whale Alert Reports Significant DOGE and SHIB Transactions, Amidst Price Drop

Whale Alert, a prominent blockchain tracker, has detected significant cryptocurrency transfers involving two major meme coins, DOGE and SHIB. The transfers, totaling millions of dollars, hint at notable movements within the meme coin ecosystem, raising questions about the motives behind these large-scale transactions.

$27.6 Million Worth Doge Trasfer

In a recent tweet post Whale Alert, recently flagged a substantial transfer of 134.8 Million DOGE tokens, valued at approximately $27,658,034, from Robinhood to an unknown wallet. This sizable movement of DOGE coins underscores the dynamic nature of the cryptocurrency market, with large-scale investors actively reshaping market dynamics.

Moreover, the whale responsible for the DOGE transfer now holds a staggering 2,134,264,889 DOGE, evaluated at a remarkable $404,955,420. Such a significant accumulation of DOGE coins raises speculation about the intentions and strategies of major players within the cryptocurrency space.

Currently, Dogecoin is trading at $0.18, showing a drop of 13.75% over the past 24 hours. However, trading volume has surged to $3.7 billion, indicating an 11.44% increase. 

Whale Transfer 461Bln Shib Token

However, DOGE wasn’t the sole focus of Whale Alert’s recent observations. Another notable transaction involved the transfer of 461,631,206,896 SHIB tokens, amounting to approximately $13,175,185, from Wintermute to an undisclosed wallet. 

The identification of the receiving wallet as “Robinhood 2” by Etherscan adds an intriguing layer to the transaction, hinting at potential involvement from the popular trading platform. These large-scale transfers of meme coins highlight the active participation of whales and institutional players in shaping market trends.

As of now, the price of Shiba Inu stands at $0.000026, reflecting a decrease of 9.94% in the last 24 hours. The 24-hour trading volume for Shiba Inu is $990,086,335.


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