LINK crypto tokens worth 3,041,670 USD has been recently moved from one unknown wallet to another anonymous wallet. The transaction of 1,380,000 LINK Tokens deemed successful today, on August 24, 2019.
Crypto whales continue to remain in the market, not just affecting the top 10 cryptocurrencies but other altcoins alongside. The latest update from Whale Alert which is a transaction tracking source, reveals that the Ethereum-centric LINK token experienced whale transaction on Saturday.
A total of 1,380,000 LINK tokens, worth around 3,041,670 USD caught in a whale movement between two unknown wallets. Whale Alert shared a tweet of the LINK whale transaction on Twitter which reads that;
1,380,000 #LINK (3,041,670 USD) transferred from Unknown wallet to Unknown wallet
Whales Affected LINK Token
The transaction was carried over Ethereum blockchain between wallet address; 0x708edc942193749e63081249fec459cb72fb1487 and 0x75070dc2cc85fe7ad993be4dc7832872a604764f.
1,380,000 #LINK (3,041,670 USD) transferred from unknown wallet to unknown wallet
— Whale Alert (@whale_alert) August 24, 2019
The hash of the transaction was 0xa1a0b909eae3fe5db6635d910706b35c62e44de583fc6df4f20499f2110a3f61 and Timestamp was 08:57:32 UTC on Sat, 24 Aug 2019. While, the sender of LINK funds is unknown, according to hash details, but the recipient’s address is indicating to Chainlink (LINK) token. Moreover, this whale transaction took place with a fee of 0.000556935 Ether ($0.11).
LINK token is currently the 17th largest cryptocurrency in terms of market cap and is trading at the value $2.19 against USD. At the time of reporting, LINK is down by 4.19 percent over the past 24 hours and stands with the market cap of $767,350,664.
To note, LINK token is highly trading at Binance with the pair of BTC and USDT. As per the CoinMarketCap (CMC) data, LINK token is available at the total of 87 crypto markets– few out of these counts almost zero trading volume of LINK token and few exchanges are just infamous whose volume was excluded by CMC.
Whales have become the most common activity in the crypto market. Besides LINK, Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, and other top cryptocurrencies are also caught in whales movement quite often. As Tron Weekly Crypto reported earlier, 20,000 Ethereum, 10,000,000 Ripple’s XRP and 7000 BTC were also transferred between wallets as whale activity.
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