Re-Accumulation Phase

Whales continue to accumulate at a constant rate, in fact, the amount of BTC that these "animals" sell is very little and the amount that they buy is very high.
The following graph is a compilation of the BTC bought (in blue) compared to those sold (in red) since the end of September.

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These whales basically act as a market accelerator in both directions but it is very difficult for us to see more being sold than they are buying.

The maximum of BTC sold by these whales in a week was reached during the third week of November, which accelerated the collapse of the price of BTC with respect to its ATH.

Also, at the end of January we saw a significant sell off that took the price from $45K to $35K.

Today the situation is quite different, these whales increase their purchases while keeping their sales at a marginal point, this, in my opinion, is a good sign that we are not even remotely in a bearish phase but in a phase of re-accumulation being the accumulation phase is experienced below 40k$.


@toofasteddie

*Disclaimer: This is just my personal point of view, please, do your own assessment and act consequently. Neither this post nor myself is responsible of any of your profit/losses obtained as a result of this information.

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Certainly. This along with the fact that the FED are going to keep increasing the interest rates to combat hyperinflation that they created during covid due to continuous printing of dollars will definitely cause the whales to switch to crypto again :)

A lot of Americans along with other parts of the world are realizing that holding that their base currency is not only loss making but disastrous in the long run so they are switching to more reliable and "De Centralized" assets .

Gold and silver also have had such buying volumes.

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These animals are manipulators, looking to hunt small fishes.

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