A top Bitcoin whale picked up 3,706 BTC amidst brutal dip, data shows


A top Bitcoin whale picked up 3,706 BTC amidst brutal dip, data shows

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A top Bitcoin whale picked up 3,706 BTC amidst brutal dip, data shows

A top-four Bitcoin address added an additional 3,706 BTC today, paying a total of $122,079,524 in the process.

This equates to an average token price of $32,941 per BTC.

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