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Trading volume for the popular cryptocurrency XRP has soared 23% in the last 24 hours, reaching a total of $1.27 billion, according to data from CoinMarketCap.

This increase in trading activity coincides with a surge in the price of XRP, which rose 3.7% yesterday to peak at $0.5196. However, today the price saw a slight correction of 0.6%, reflecting the broader volatility of the cryptocurrency market.

Of particular interest is the revelation that 100 million XRP tokens were withdrawn from the Coincheck exchange, totaling approximately $51.6 million.

The transfer was directed to an address identified as “r99Q”, active since February, with an initial transfer from the same exchange.

Analysis of the transaction history of this address reveals a consistent pattern of receiving XRP transfers from Coincheck, strongly indicating that the address is affiliated with the exchange itself.

Interest in XRP grows

Coincheck is a cryptocurrency exchange known for its strong presence in Japan. Regulated by the Japan Financial Services Agency (FSA) and audited by the Japan Blockchain Association, Coincheck stands out for its liquidity and trading volume, which reaches US$ 100 million daily. This positions the exchange as a key player in the Asian region.

The mysterious transfer of 100 million XRP from Coincheck raises questions about the exchange’s internal operations and its possible implications for market dynamics.

XRP’s significant move could have several implications. Firstly, such large-scale transfers often generate speculation among investors. Consequently, this fuels market volatility.

Furthermore, the withdrawal of a substantial amount of tokens from an exchange can be a sign of confidence in the cryptocurrency. After all, large amounts are going into storage in private wallets, reducing the supply available for immediate trading.

“The transfer of 100 million XRP by Coincheck, a regulated and audited exchange, could be an indication of strategic changes or preparation for future events in the cryptocurrency market,” said analyst Gamza Khanzadaev.

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