The number of crypto whales is rising. Here’s where they’re coming from

The number of crypto whales is rising. Here’s where they’re coming from

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The number of Bitcoin whales has been rocketing higher since the start of 2019, pointing to an intense accumulation phase amongst these large investors who hold massive amounts of crypto.

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