A whale has reportedly sold a large amount of Bitcoin. The data from Lookonchain reveals that this anonymous investor bridged Bitcoin (BTC) to Ethereum, converting it to Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC).
The whale has sold a total of 411 WBTC, amounting to approximately $15.2 million, at an average price of $37,023 per Bitcoin. Currently, the whale’s wallet still holds 155 WBTC, valued at around $5.74 million.
Bulls and bears
The cryptocurrency market, often characterized by its volatility, is witnessing a tug-of-war between bulls and bears.
According to IntoTheBlock data, the market has seen 111 bullish addresses, which are those buying more than 1% of the trading volume in the last 24 hours. On the other hand, there are 114 bearish addresses, marked by their selling of over 1% of the daily traded volume.
The market also observed a notable number of large transactions, defined as those above $100,000. The last 24 hours saw approximately 12,430 large transactions, with a 7-day high reaching 22,570 transactions on Nov. 9.
The total volume of these large transactions in Bitcoin amounted to 589,590 BTC in the last day, with a 7-day high at 1.06 million BTC. When converted to USD, the total volume of these transactions in the last 24 hours was around $21.81 billion, with a 7-day peak of $39.02 billion.
Bitcoin price in limbo
The recent activities in the market have had an impact on Bitcoin’s price. As of now, Bitcoin is trading at $37,029.96, marking a slight 0.3% increase, according to CoinGecko data.
The cryptocurrency’s market cap stands at approximately $723.6 billion, with a 24-hour trading volume of around $12 billion.
The impending decision on Bitcoin ETFs by the SEC is poised to be a major catalyst for the top cryptocurrency. With a critical deadline approaching on November 17, the financial community anticipates that the SEC may issue approvals for multiple Bitcoin ETFs simultaneously.