The 100 largest Bitcoin wallets, excluding exchanges, have accumulated >150,000 bitcoins in the past two months


  • The top 100 non-exchange owned over 150,000 BTC in the past two months.
  • 7 Bitcoin whales were accountable for selling 26,519.05 BTC, while 13 whales accounted for 97,456.46 BTC.

The 100 largest wallets, excluding exchanges, accumulated over 150,000 BTC (~$579 million) in the past two months. Upon analyzing the data, it was assumed that the majority of these wallets belong to people who have been accumulating Bitcoin for a long time. BitInfoCharts also revealed that 7 whales sold 26,519.05 BTC, while 13 whales sold 97,456.46 BTC.

The five largest wallets still belong to crypto exchanges, namely - Bittrex, Bitfinex, Bitstamp, Huobi, and Binance. Each of these five exchange wallets holds over 100,000 bitcoin. In the two months from December 17, 2018, to February 25, 2019, the exchange wallets added 2,879 BTC, making a combined holding of 573,958 BTC. 

 

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