- An entity withdrew $46.02 million worth of Ethereum (ETH) from Binance and Bitfinex at $2,419 per ETH.
- Five wallets from the entity withdrew 50.15 million USDT strategically alongside acquiring $46.02 million worth of ETH.
- The Aave community voted in favor of a proposal by the Neon Foundation and Aave Chain Initiative (ACI) with an 83% majority.
In a recent tweet by on-chain analyst SpotOnChain, an entity made substantial Ethereum (ETH) withdrawals and subsequent staking activity. Meanwhile, Aave, a prominent decentralized finance (DeFi) platform, is on the verge of a major upgrade.
Over the past two days, a crypto entity utilizing eight wallets executed a noteworthy movement. This entity withdrew $46.02 million worth of ETH from two major exchanges, Binance and Bitfinex. The withdrawals occurred at a price point of $2,419 per ETH.
Following the withdrawals, the entity proceeded to stake these ETH assets with Lido. Moreover, the entity carried out additional actions involving the stablecoin USDT.
Five of its wallets withdrew a substantial 50.15 million USDT from Aave. This move was strategically timed to coincide with the acquisition of $46.02 million worth of ETH. It appears that the entity aimed to leverage the USDT to secure a significant amount of ETH.
Interestingly, three wallets associated with this entity still hold approximately 30 million USDT within the Aave platform.
In a separate development that was shared by MartyParty, the Aave community made a decision regarding the platform’s future. A proposal presented by the Neon Foundation and the Aave Chain Initiative (ACI) received overwhelming support, with a majority vote of 83%.
This proposal sets the stage for the deployment of Aave V3 on the Solana blockchain, marking a crucial step in Aave’s expansion beyond its Ethereum roots. The transition to Solana is expected to enhance the scalability, efficiency, and overall functionality of the Aave platform.
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