Chainlink (LINK) has managed to break through the critical resistance level at $6. This unexpected surge in price can be attributed, in part, to the relentless accumulation of LINK tokens by large wallet investors, known as sharks.
The trend among these influential players has been particularly pronounced, and it could hold the key to Chainlink’s bullish resurgence.
Recent data also reveals that 98 new shark wallets have emerged within the Chainlink ecosystem since the start of the week, marking a 3.2% increase. As of Thursday, a total of 3,127 shark wallets were holding between 10,000 and 100,000 LINK tokens. This demonstrates a growing appetite among larger investors for Chainlink, further fueling the cryptocurrency’s recent rally.
The accumulation of Chainlink tokens by shark investors has historically served as a powerful indicator for predicting LINK’s price movements. Previous instances have shown that when these influential players increase their holdings, it often precedes a substantial uptick in the token’s value. As such, the ongoing accumulation by sharks is a metric worth closely monitoring to gauge the future trajectory of Chainlink’s price.
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While Chainlink has recently revisited the lower end of its trading range, fluctuating between $7.27 and $5.50, LINK could signal an upward trend if it establishes a higher low price against Bitcoin on the weekly timeframe.
As new shark wallets continue to emerge, and with LINK showing signs of a potential breakout against Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency’s future prospects appear increasingly promising.
Investors and traders alike will be watching closely to see if Chainlink can maintain this upward momentum in the face of ongoing market challenges.
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