A BTC Whale Made a $1B Transaction in the Last 48 Hours

  • The address that the BTC was sent to now holds more than 40 BTC.
  • Altcoin Sherpa shared that BTC closing above $25K today will see BTC’s price reaching $30K.

The blockchain analysis firm, Santiment (@santimentfeed), tweeted yesterday that a $1B Bitcoin (BTC) transaction was initiated. According to the tweet, this transaction is the largest BTC on-chain transaction of the year.

The tweet concluded that the address which received the transaction held a high of 143,310 BTC in October last year, was then emptied out in November, and has now returned back to holding 40,141 BTC.

Meanwhile, Altcoin Sherpa (@AltcoinSherpa), a crypto trader, tweeted this morning that BTC is on the verge of establishing a bullish 1D EMA trend. The trader added that the market has not seen a bullish 1D EMA trend since November of 2021.

The trader optimistically added that BTC may post a 1D close above $25K today, which has not happened since June 2022. Should this happen, the trader forecasted that BTC will make a move to $30K.

At press time, the crypto market leader’s price is trading at $26,186.52 after it experienced a 24-hour increase of 6.37%. This has added to the crypto’s dominant weekly price performance – taking its total weekly gain to 31.45% according to CoinMarketCap.

BTC’s total market cap is estimated to be around $504.785 billion at press time. The recent increase in BTC’s market cap has pushed its market dominance to 44.88%, which is a 0.68% increase over the last day.

BTC has also strengthened against the leading altcoin, Ethereum (ETH), by 1.82% over the last 24 hours. Currently, 1 BTC is worth 15.13 ETH. Lastly, BTC is trading nearer to its 24-hour high of $26,234.39, with its daily low sitting at $24,462.06.

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