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May 8

Whale Watching - Projects Showing Top Holder Accumulation or Dumping Behind the Curtains
08-05-21, 06:48

As we've done in previous weeks, we're continuing to keep an eye on which projects are seeing notable movement from their respective whale addresses. Watching which assets are seeing a growing amount of addresses worth $100,000 or more can give a great indication into future price pumps and dumps.

Below, we've listed three projects with notable rises in whale numbers, as well as three with notable drops:

⬆️ Increasing Number of Whale Address

Bancor ($BNT)

Skale ($SKL)

Sushi ($SUSHI)

⬇️ Decreasing Number of Whale Address

Celcius ($CEL)

Raiden ($RDN)

Yearn Finance ($YFI)

Apr 5

Active Addresses vs. Active Deposits - Which Assets are Seeing Nice Upticks?
05-04-21, 07:04

We recently posted about Ethereum's return above $2,000 this past week, and our explanation on one of the key contributors to why.

When active addresses move up over time for a crypto asset, while active deposits move down, it's a reliable indication of a token seeing growing utility without funds moving to exchanges for potential sell-offs. In other words, this is a very bullish pattern our pro traders look for often.

Our new Daily Active Deposits & Non-Deposit Activity Sansheets Model easily identifies which assets are developing patterns similar to Ethereum's. Here's a snapshot of which activity vs. deposit ratios are rising vs. their 3-month resting averages:

Here are some of the largest bullish divergences, according to this model. We look for high green bars (indicating large activity/deposit ratios), and large green dots on the above model, and rising orange lines on Sanbase here:

Skale ($SKL)

Enjin Coin ($ENJ)

Decentraland ($MANA)

Matic ($MATIC)

Sentivate ($SNTVT)

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