An amount of $140.6M in Bitcoin (BTC) has been moved from a crypto exchange meanwhile a crypto whale transfers an amount of $6,320,422 in XRP.

An unknown crypto whale has transferred 16,001 Bitcoin (BTC) worth $140,600,000 ($140.6M) from the OKEx crypto exchange to an unknown wallet. This transaction has occurred within a 12-hour span.

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Six OKEx large transfers

The amount of $140.6 million in bitcoin was moved in six large transfers from crypto exchange OKEx. The following is the list of transfers that have been made from OKEx to an unknown wallet.

  • 3,000 BTC $26.3 million transferred from OKEx to unknown wallet
  • 3,000 BTC $26.3 million transferred from OKEx to unknown wallet
  • 3,000 BTC $26.6 million transferred from OKEx to unknown wallet
  • 3,000 BTC $26.3 million transferred from OKEx to unknown wallet
  • 3,000 BTC $26.3 million transferred from OKEx to unknown wallet
  • 1,001 BTC worth $8.8 million transferred from OKEx to unknown wallet

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Some believe that this anonymous crypto whale is OKEx exchange itself and this transaction is made by OKEx. This transfer followed a similar transfer that was made with Bitfinex exchange. A transaction of 123,447 Bitcoin worth $1.1 billion occurred between its two wallets.

$6.3M in XRP moved from Bithumb

Whale Alert reports that a crypto whale has moved 27,000,000 XRP worth $6.3 million from Bithumb crypto exchange to an unknown wallet.

Whale Alert activity has been very limited for the world’s second and third-ranked crypto assets Ethereum (ETH) and Ripple (XRP) in the past week. But this week, the whale activity has picked up the pace. This week is going to close as a big week in the crypto markets as two huge transactions have been made from two big crypto exchanges OKEx and Bithumb.

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