One of the Largest Bitcoin Whales in History Moves $913,000,000 in BTC

One of the largest Bitcoin (BTC) whales in the world is moving more than $913 million worth of BTC this week. notes an unknown wallet transferred more than 15,078 Bitcoin for a fee of only 0.00001660 BTC, worth about $0.99 at time of writing, earlier this week.

The sending wallet now holds zero Bitcoin but would currently be the 53rd-richest Bitcoin address in the world were it not for the transfer, according to BitInfoCharts.

A second unknown address received the Bitcoin, transferring most of it less than an hour later to a third unknown wallet.

About an hour and a half after receiving the BTC, the third unknown wallet sent the Bitcoin trove to a fourth unknown address.

An hour and a half after receiving BTC from the third wallet, the fourth unknown wallet transferred the Bitcoin to a fifth unknown address, where it sits today.

That fifth unknown address has assumed the title of 53rd-richest Bitcoin wallet in the world, with holdings worth about $898 million at time of writing, according to BitInfoCharts.

Bitcoin is trading at $59,507.60 at time of writing and is down 3.87% on the day.

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