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Ethereum Whale Tsunade Just Grabbed 86 Billion SHIB As Whales’ Interest In Shiba Inu Grows

Ethereum whales continue to show their stern interest in the hottest meme token in the market, Shiba Inu (SHIB). As recently reported, a known whale has just initiated another whopping purchase.

Tsunade Just Purchased 86.81 Billion SHIB worth $2.30 Million

As reported by WhaleStats a few hours ago, the 3rd biggest Ethereum whale, known as Tsunade, bought a total of 86,811,666,383 worth $2,305,717 at the time of purchase.

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WhaleStats tweeted, “ETH whale “Tsunade” just bought 86,811,666,383 SHIB ($2,305,717 USD). Ranked #3 on WhaleStats.”

A closer look into the whale’s wallet shows that Shiba Inu (SHIB) is its 24th biggest holding by dollar value. At the time of filing this report, Tsunade holds 2 trillion SHIB worth $46.84 million. According to WhaleStats, the average purchase price of the whopping tokens is $0.0000261.

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The biggest coin in the whale’s portfolio is American Born Doge. The whale holds $1,830,690,690 worth of American Born Doge tokens.

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At the time of filing this report, Shiba Inu (SHIB) is trading at $0.00002708, with a relatively 1% price upsurge in the last 24 hours. The digital asset has gained about 11% over the past week, according to CoinMarketCap.


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