Significant cryptocurrency transfers have always made news as the movement of a substantial amount of capital has resulted in various shifts in market dynamics. A recent transfer reported by Whale Alert, a cryptocurrency data aggregator, showed that almost 20 million USDT was transferred from an unknown wallet and the Binance exchange.
Since it was a Tether movement, several members of the industry claimed that it was just a pump and dump scheme and that it didn’t’ amount to anything significant. At the same time, the $19.95 million transfer was not taken lightly by other members of the community as the market was moved sideways for some time now. The hash for the transaction was b2db77002bea5f0d66e5411a348e7d8ca1d73e65f8ff230ca0015459ade99a18 with the transfer occurring at block 14487982. The time of transfer was 11:38:39 on the 14th of November.
The unknown wallet held an address of TMbCKxATSzuZLioEyHCNSct2YeSfvnyE1Q with a balance of a negligible amount of TRX, BTT, USDT, and WINK. The 19.9 million USDT transfer occurred in one fell swoop and not in multiple transfers.
The receiving wallet address was TAUN6FwrnwwmaEqYcckffC7wYmbaS6cBiX, with the number of transactions clocking in at 1454123. Post the transfer; the wallet had 195.655 million TRX tokens and another 518,816 TRX tokens that settled after BTT transactions. The total balance of the wallet after all the transactions was 22.133 billion TRX.
Tether was not the only cryptocurrency that was transferred between wallets as reports also showed that a million EOS tokens were also sent from one unknown wallet to another. The transfer amounted to $3.409 million and had a timestamp of 5:19 on 14 November. The number one EOS pool was ‘eoshuobipool,’ with the pool being set up in China.
That particular pool had 2.944 percent of all the votes, which was approximately 331.11 million in number. The receiver wallet had an address of ‘vqsaeptppqwh’ at 39 percent RAM usage. The total wallet balance after the transfer was $3.410 million, with multiple transactions occurring at the same time.
EOS had taken a hit recently when Weiss Crypto Ratings stated that Cardano was clearly superior to the eighth most significant cryptocurrency. In June of this year, Weiss Ratings had downgraded the score of EOS because of issues related to centralization.
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