- An investigative crypto platform revealed that Jump Trading deposited millions worth of BTC to multiple exchanges.
- In its main exchange deposit, Jump Trading sent BTC worth more than $23 million to Binance.
- In related news, BTC is currently worth about $28,900.94 after a 1.76% price increase over the last day.
The investigative crypto platform Arkham (@ArkhamIntel) shared a post on Twitter yesterday about the broker-dealer Jump Trading, and its recent behavior in the market. According to the post, Jump Trading sent Bitcoin (BTC) worth a total of $26.6 million to various exchange deposit addresses.
The post also mentioned that the main exchange deposit was to Binance, with Jump Trading sending $23.7 million worth of BTC to deposit addresses on the leading exchange platform. In addition to this, a further $2.18 million worth of BTC was sent to OKX, and $720k worth of BTC was sent to Bybit.
Jump Trading is a registered broker-dealer, and is also a member of various well-known exchanges including the CME Group as well as the New York Stock Exchange. The fact that Jump Trading sent millions worth of BTC to a number of exchanges could indicate a desire to sell some of its holdings, which could be detrimental to BTC’s price.
This has not been the case so far as CoinMarketCap indicates that BTC is one of the crypto currencies trading in the green today. At press time, BTC is worth about $28,900.94 after a 1.76% price increase over the last day. The crypto king is thus trading between its daily high of $29,995.84 and its daily low of $27,324.55.
The market leader was also able to strengthen against its main competitor Ethereum (ETH) by about 0.66% during this time. BTC is, however, still down by 0.13% over the last seven days. The crypto’s 24-hour trading volume currently stands at $35,609,837,575 after a more than 80% increase since yesterday.
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