Recently, ApeCoin (APE) has become one of the popular cryptocurrencies. With the increasing popularity of ApeCoin, the interest of Ethereum whales has also increased. According to the latest data obtained by WhaleStats; The big Ethereum Whale continues to accumulate ApeCoin.

WhaleStats on-chain data tracker, which tracks the top 100 wallets on Ethereum (ETH), BNB Chain and other networks, shared that the big Ethereum whale named "Bonobo" continues to buy ApeCoin.

   "ETH whale "Bonobo" just bought 214,996 $ape ($3,212,043 USD)."

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While the Ethereum whale has purchased close to a quarter billion APEs, ApeCoin has become the most traded token on the ETH chain. In addition, according to the information obtained, a wallet called “Bonobo” bought a total of 214,996 APEs. So this comes out to the equivalent of $3,212,043.

The homepage of the WhaleStats website lists APE as the most traded ETH-based digital currency for whales on Ethereum, the second largest blockchain. The total amount of APE held by ETH investors is worth $34,966,709, 0.52 percent.

At the time of writing, ApeCoin (APE) price is hovering around $13.10, according to CoinGecko data, while ApeCoin (APE) last 24-hour trading volume was $1,750,888,155. ApeCoin (APE) price is down -13.3% in the last 24 hours. There is a circulating supply of 280 Million ApeCoins (APE), with a total supply of 1 Billion ApeCoins (APE). Binance is currently the most active market where ApeCoin (APE) is traded.

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Large purchase of SHIB from another large whale

As the cryptocurrency industry continues to grow day by day, whales continue to increase their assets. An Ethereum whale has added 130.5 billion SHIB to its portfolio, according to WhaleStats, which monitors whale movements.

The so-called "Bombur" bought 52 billion Shiba Inu. In addition, 1.4 billion SHIB were sent to irreversible wallets and removed from circulation. Bombur, which holds approximately $22 million in SHIB in its portfolio, consists of Shiba Inu, 5.8% of its portfolio.