- The ETH has lost 1.28 percent in the previous 24 hours.
- EIP-1559’s burning mechanism has continued to reduce Ethereum’s supply.
Coins getting relocated to cold storage and digital wallets, lowering selling pressure, is optimistic since cryptocurrencies are leaving exchanges. This suggests that Ethereum is suffering scarcity, and this, along with the fact that Ethereum has been burned, indicates a strong positive trend. EIP-1559’s burning mechanism has continued to reduce Ethereum’s supply since it became active in August 2021 after the London Hardfork.
Whale Alert examines and interprets data from many blockchains before being stored in a single standard format in its databases. Then, with the aid of artificial intelligence (AI), these databases are regularly updated with thousands of known personal addresses, exchanges, and addresses.
An anonymous whale has transferred huge Ethereum (ETH) numbers from Crypto.com to an unknown wallet. Based on data from blockchain analytics and monitoring firm “Whale Alert,” the transaction was for $ 86,692,873 worth of Ethereum (ETH).
Whales Back in Action
The Whale Alert monitoring and analysis program initially discovered the large crypto transfer networks. On Monday, March 21 at 6:41:56 a.m., Whale Alert reported that a transaction occurred. The ETH, on the other hand, has lost 1.28 percent in the previous 24 hours.
Whale Alert stated:
“30,000 #ETH (86,692,873 USD) transferred from #CryptoCom to unknown wallet”.
According to CoinMarketCap, the Ethereum price today is $2,887.95 USD with a 24-hour trading volume of $13,799,589,061 USD. It’s no surprise that Ethereum is one of the most sought-after networks in the NFT business. Since the price of the second-largest cryptocurrency climbed beyond $2,500 on March 15, ETH has remained on an upward trajectory.