This is a follow up to a User Behavior Indicator introduced earlier.
Long story short, we keep an eye on a group of "sharks" in stablecoins, the ones holding $10K-$100K in USDT and USDC:
Did they buy the dip, did they sold the top? What did they swap their stables to?
We did a short research and found out that the recent decline in both stablecoin holdings is connected with the following moves:
44% – Sent to CEX
7% – Swapped to ETH
7% – Deposited into Aave as collateral
4% – Swapped to RLB
3% – Swapped to DAI, deposited into Maker
3% – Swapped to USDC, opened leveraged positions on dYdX
Other transactions were either wallets reshuffling or unclear.
You can see that during all major USDT depegs in the past, there were massive spikes of Age Consumed, meaning a lot of previously dormant coins got moving on-chain. But this time it's quieter than even, no major movements can be noticed. What could be the reason behind this lack of movement? Is no-one interested in capturing some arbitrage?