$1.48 million in cryptocurrencies was cashed out from Alameda and SBF-linked wallets through four different off-ramps. Key Takeaways Sam Bankman-Fried may have sent over $1.48 million worth of crypto to various exchanges to cash out the funds. One of his publicly-known wallets, along with numerous known Alameda wallets, consolidated funds
Shiba inu extended recent gains into the weekend, as the meme coin rose to its highest point in four months. Today’s surge saw prices climb by as much as 13%, and comes despite cryptocurrency markets mostly consolidating. Dogecoin also moved higher, breaking out of a recent ceiling in the process.
Ethereum continued to trade close to a key resistance level of $1,700 on Saturday, following Friday’s U.S. non-farm payrolls (NFP) report. Yesterday’s report showed that 517,000 jobs were added to the U.S. economy in January, better than the 185,000 many were expecting. Bitcoin mostly consolidated however, as traders moved to
Shiba inu was one of Friday’s biggest gainers, as the meme coin remained close to a recent three month high. The token has been in the green for the majority of today’s session, despite the global cryptocurrency market cap falling 1.28% at the time of writing. Polkadot was also higher
Bitcoin retreated from a six month high on Feb. 3, as bears reentered the market ahead of today’s U.S. non-farm payrolls (NFP) report. Following a move above the $24,000 level on Thursday, sentiment shifted, as traders prepared for the pivotal report, which is expected to come in at 185,000. Ethereum
Pi coin is a highly popular cryptocurrency with over 35 million users. PI/USDT has plunged on Huobi after the developers disavowed it. Pi coin is one of the most popular and highly anticipated cryptocurrencies in the world. User metrics show that support for the Pi Network has been soaring in
SushiSwap price jumped as volume and revenue in DEX platforms rose. Immutable X (IMX) did well after the launch of Passport. SingularityDEX token could be forming a double-top pattern. Bitcoin price held quite well this week as the market focused on the Federal Reserve decision, big-tech earnings, and the strong
Bitcoin moves in a tight correlation with the US dollar Investors are unsure what to make of the Fed’s decision Technical analysis favors a stronger dollar The Federal Reserve of the United States (Fed) has raised the funds rate once more this week – this time, by 25bp. The decision
Even though investors are not planning to trade crypto, they believe that 2023 will be the year when cryptocurrency trading volumes will grow by 11%. JPMorgan, a New York-based American multinational financial services company, has published its seventh edition of JPMorgan’s e-Trading Edit. According to the report shared on February
Stablecoins are having a downturn, yet the algorithmic stablecoin market has been hit harder by the collapse of TerraUSD last year. Even in the aftermath, algorithmic stablecoins have continued to struggle. A recent report from CryptoCompare highlighted the situation of algorithmic stablecoins and the stablecoin market. According to the report, the
Avalanche moved to its highest point since August, as the token rose by as much as 17% in today’s session. Cryptocurrencies surged across the board, following the latest Federal Reserve rate hike, with the global market cap 4.29% higher as of writing this. Polygon also hit a multi-month high on
Bitcoin surged above $24,000 on Feb. 02, as markets continued to react to the latest U.S. Federal Reserve policy decision. On Wednesday, the central bank moved to increase rates by 25 basis points, while signaling that further hikes could be on the cards. Ethereum also rallied, with prices nearing $1,700.