According to data from Lookonchain, an on-chain analytics platform, Ethereum (ETH), whales have withdrawn roughly $64.2 million worth of ETH from major exchanges. This significant movement of funds coincides with a notable uptick in the price of ETH, indicating an increasing interest in the asset. Related Reading: 800,000 ETH Flow Out Of Centralized Exchanges In 2024 – Bullish Sign For Ethereum Price? Ethereum Whales Movement Signals Confidence According to Lookonchain’s findings, much of the ETH supply has been shifted from exchange wallets to custodial wallets. The on-chain analytics platform reported that an Ethereum address labeled 0x8B94 had withdrawn an amount of 14,632 ETH, valued at approximately $45.5 million, from Binance. Lookonchain states these funds have been actively staked within six days, indicating a deliberate move towards adopting long-term investment strategies. The analysis from the platform also points out that another two fresh whale wallets have transferred 6,000 ETH, amounting to $18.7 million, from Kraken to undisclosed wallet addresses over the last two days. Whales are accumulating $ETH! 0x8B94 withdrew 14,632 $ETH($45.5M) from #Binance and staked it in the past 6 days.https://t.co/bywnrZ2glt 2 fresh whale wallets withdrew 6K $ETH($18.7M) from #Kraken in the past 2 days.https://t.co/0kEvOmiv3hhttps://t.co/90fqjJXsSu pic.twitter.com/J0ewl8S3OX — Lookonchain (@lookonchain) February 26, 2024 This trend suggests an increase in major investors to secure substantial amounts of Ethereum away from exchange platforms, potentially as a means of positioning for long-term asset appreciation. Further echoing this is a recent analysis from CryptoQuant’s Quicktake, which underscores a notable trend regarding Ethereum withdrawals from exchanges over the past few weeks. This observation relies on the “Exchange Reserve” metric, which monitors the quantity of ETH tokens held in the wallets of all centralized exchanges. When the value of this metric increases, it signifies that investors are depositing more assets than withdrawing them from centralized exchanges, indicating a buildup of Ethereum reserves. Conversely, a decline in the metric suggests a net outflow of assets from these platforms. According to data from CryptoQuant, over 800,000 ETH, equivalent to roughly $2.4 billion, has exited cryptocurrency exchanges since the beginning of the year. Such substantial outflows from these platforms typically indicate a surge in investor confidence in the Ethereum network and its native token. Ethereum’s Price Momentum And Potential For A Significant Breakout Meanwhile, Ethereum’s price has displayed bullish momentum, witnessing a 5.5% increase in the past week and reclaiming the crucial $3,000 mark. Financial guru Raoul Pal has drawn attention to Ethereum’s potential for a major breakout, pointing to a “dual-chart pattern” observed on the ETH/BTC chart. The ETH/BTC chart is an absolute stunner…and ready for the next big move the break of the mega wedge…lets see how is pans out… pic.twitter.com/5x4tJLjtJy — Raoul Pal (@RaoulGMI) February 25, 2024 Pal highlights a “mega wedge” pattern alongside an inner descending channel, indicating a consolidation phase with bullish potential. Related Reading: Ethereum Breaks Back Above $3,000, Will FOMO Lead To Top Again? Featured image from Unsplash, Chart from TradingView
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