Crypto Whales Move Over $670,000,000 in Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, Polygon and Curve – Here’s Where It’s All Going

Deep-pocketed crypto investors are suddenly moving hundreds of millions of dollars worth of Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and three other altcoins.

New data from whale-surveying platform Whale Alert finds that high-net-worth traders have moved over $315 million worth of the king crypto in two separate transactions.

The first transaction happened on January 4th when a whale moved 9,251 BTC worth about $155 million at time of writing from one unknown wallet to another while the second transaction occurred yesterday when a whale shifted 15,477 BTC worth over $260,891,533 at time of writing from one unknown wallet to another.

Moving on to the leading smart contract platform ETH, Whale Alert finds that a whale relocated 32,236 ETH worth $40,355,154 at time of writing from one unknown wallet to top US-based crypto exchange platform Coinbase on January 5th.

Other crypto assets on Whale Alert’s radar include XRP, the asset used to operate Ripple Labs’ payments platform, layer-2 scaling solution Polygon (MATIC), and decentralized exchange (DEX) protocol Curve Finance (CRV).

Notable transactions involving these digital assets include:

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