Meanwhile, the market value of the flagship crypto has recovered above the $23,000 level.
45,640 Bitcoins wired by anon BTC users
According to the data from the popular crypto tracking service, eight crypto transactions took place, carrying a total of 45,640 Bitcoin.
These transfers were conducted between wallets with mostly unregistered owners. This chain of transfers conducted sums from 1,190 BTC (the smallest) to 7,000 BTC (the biggest). Between them, lumps of 5,000 BTC and 6,000 BTC were sent.
In two transfers, Bitstamp and OKEx exchanges were involved, as well as Xapo custodial crypto service.
Whales stir as Bitcoin breaks back above $23,000
Over the past 24 hours, the world’s biggest cryptocurrency has been trading in a range dropping below $23,000 and surfacing back above it.
On Dec. 21, Bitcoin tanked from $23,958 below the $22,000 area, losing around $2,000.
During the price fall, a whopping $789 million worth of crypto was liquidated across several digital exchanges.
At press time, Bitcoin is changing hands at $23,495, as per data shared by CoinMarketCap.