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Famous whale sells lots of altcoins on a decentralized exchange and begins buying another type.

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A whale named Luggis. eth sold a lot of Illuvium (ILV), which made the price of the cryptocurrency go down.

A person sold 10,000 ILV for 461. 7 Ethereum (ETH) at a price of $108. 61 per ILV, which is equivalent to $1. 09 million The sale made ILV’s price go down by about 3%.

In the last day, luggis. eth sold 17,020 ILV for 782. 4 ETH, which is worth $1. 84 million They sold each ILV for an average price of $108. 23 Both times we sold something, the ILV price went down fast. At this moment, the ILV price is $108. 03

Even though luggis. eth has sold some items, they still have a lot of ILV. The whale has 381,356 ILV that it got at address 0x2079c, and it’s worth $40. 7 million

Surprisingly, luggiseth is selling ILV, but Maker (MKR) is buying it. In the past nine days, the whale got 1,752 MKR from Binance, which is worth $2. 62 million They bought it at an average price of $1,493 per MKR, even though they lost some money. The price of MKR is $1,409 right now.

This is not a recommendation for investing.

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