Ethereum Whales Accumulated These 5 Altcoins As The Market Lasts Bullish

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Ethereum (ETH) whales have been accumulating these five altcoins as the crypto market rallied over the past week.

Follow the tracking platform electronic money WhaleStats, excluding ETH, the top target of the 100 largest ETH addresses last week was FTX Token (FTT).

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In a seven-day period, ETH whales bought more than 5,1 million dollars FTT, the token of FTX, a crypto derivatives trading platform for futures.

Purchase amount Ethereum of the top 100 ETH wallets is more than 13,8 million dollars.

The third most popular altcoin of the week is LINK. In the past week, the top 100 ETH wallets bought more than $ 370,000 LINK.

Fourth on the list is memecoin Shiba Inu (SHIB). ETH whales bought worth of SHIB $ 256,691 in this week.

Favorite 5th altcoin of the week is SAND. Top 100 ETH Whales Bought $ 207,583  SAND for the past seven days.

Ethereum whales are also actively accumulating WBTC, with 4,65 million WBTC dollars bought in the past week.


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