SHIB and MATIC continue to be two of the most popular cryptocurrencies among high-profile Ethereum investors, as do dollar-pegged stablecoins. FTM has now been added to that list, according to WhaleStats.
SHIB, MATIC, and FTM are among the ten most frequently acquired coins
WhaleStats, an on-chain data provider, has announced the coins that have joined the top 10 coins actively purchased by the largest Ethereum investors over the last twenty-four hours.
According to the data vendor’s tweet, SHIB and MATIC continue to be among the top investments for the top 1,000 Ethereum wallet owners.
Shiba Inu is ranked seventh on the list, followed by Polygon (MATIC) in fifth place and Fantom (FTM) in sixth place. The stablecoins USDC, USDT, and BUSD are ranked first, second, and fourth, respectively.
Ethereum, the second largest cryptocurrency, is in an honorable second place here.
SHIB is followed by yearn.finance (YFI) and AAVE, which are ranked 8 and 9.
🐳🐳 Top 10 purchased tokens by 1000 biggest #ETH whales in the last 24hrs
What are you buying today ? 🧐 pic.twitter.com/zDVuLvGkgn
— WhaleStats – BabyWhale ($BBW) (@WhaleStats) March 12, 2022
According to the WhaleStats website, whales have purchased an average of 880,587,383 SHIB tokens during the last 24 hours. This equates to $19,665.
With regards to Polygon’s native token MATIC, the average purchase price is approximately $26,625.
Whales walk away with $2.6 million in MATIC
The aforementioned data company previously stated in a couple of tweets that two prominent Ethereum investors had amassed a combined $2.6 million.
One of them purchased MATIC (924,997 tokens) for $1,322,746 while the other purchased MATIC for $1,313,500 — an equivalent of 925,000 tokens.
🐋 An ETH whale just bought 924,997 $matic ($1,322,746 USD).
— WhaleStats – BabyWhale ($BBW) (@WhaleStats) March 11, 2022
Additionally, whales on the Ethereum blockchain purchased $15 million worth of Fantom (FTM) in multiple transactions.
Disclaimer: These are the writer’s opinions and should not be considered investment advice. Readers should do their own research.