- Founder of DAO blockchain ecosystem withdrew stablecoins worth $80M from Huobi exchange.
- Market fluctuations were caused by a few users who triggered forced liquidation.
- HT breaks out from a descending triangle; the death cross had no negative effects on the token.
Onchain Data Analysis Tool Lookonchain revealed that Justin Sun, the founder of the blockchain DAO ecosystem Tron, had withdrawn stablecoins worth $80M from Huobi exchange. The stablecoins he withdrew included $40M USDT, $20M USDC, and $20M USDD. Thereafter, Justin deposited 40M $USDT and 20M $USDC to Aave and JustLend exchange.
Sun made these transfers after the Huobi token (HT) had a flash crash on Thursday. The token plummeted from a 24-hour-high of $4.81 to a low of $0.31, a drop of 93% in its price. However, a netizen tweeted that the HT-USDT pair recorded sales worth $2M compared to just $600k of buys on Huobi during the five minutes leading up to the crash.
Sun who is a major shareholder of the Huobi exchange stated to sources:
The recent market fluctuations and the leveraged liquidations were caused by a few users triggering a cascade of forced liquidations in the spot and HT contract markets.
Furthermore, while apologizing on behalf of the Huobi exchange, Sun tweeted:
Meanwhile, when considering the 1-day chart below, HT has been fluctuating within a descending triangle. After breaking the triangle, HT started consolidating. Interestingly, the death cross didn’t seem to have an effect on HT when the 50-day MA crossed the 200-day MA from above.
Despite taking a great fall, HT was able to bounce right back to its usual trading area. Moreover, the token is below the lower Bollinger band, hence, there could be a correction in the future. As such, this could be a perfect entry point for those going long. But the question is, will HT surge in the future? Or are there a few more twists to unwind?
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