The titles of the 100 richest bitcoins became more optimistic and accumulated 16% more bitcoins in the last 30 days.

In total, these addresses put another 334,000 Bitcoin in their bags, roughly $ 11 billion.

Most of them have barely reacted to the recent drop in Bitcoin’s price from $ 41,000 to less than $ 33,000. Only seven addresses have been moved from the wallet since the previous record on January 10.

Of the addresses where transactions were made in the last 30 days, only eight have had more than ten transactions in their name since December 12th.

It is perhaps surprising that many of the biggest titles have yet to grow, with eight of the top ten receiving their first deals after September 2018. The new one of the top 100 titles is only two months old.

However, these are not all individual whales. The titles include no fewer than ten regulated exchanges such as Huobi, Binance, Bittrex, and Kraken. The rest are thought to be wealthy institutional investors and inventors, and it is almost impossible to distinguish between the two. One thing is clear: Older boys are not easily influenced by price or mood.

To access the top tier of Bitcoin addresses, you must have more than $ 336 million in Bitcoin. To get to the top ten, you need about $ 2.2 billion.

Titles on this prestigious list have often garnered attention for a variety of reasons, including one believed to be Satoshi Nakamoto.

The third largest headline, with 94506 BTC intact, received headlines again in September 2019 after Glassnode reported that 73,000 BTC in its wallet had been transferred from Huobi. It was believed to be the richest title without exchange.

According to BitInfoCharts, 64 of the top 100 people have never seen a Satoshi translation.

These addresses, which currently control over 2.5 million Bitcoins (13.5% of the circulating supply) worth nearly $ 85 billion, include 15 inactive addresses. Eleven over nine years. While no one can prove that the 300,000 BTC stored in these addresses have been lost, most of them believe so.

Source: CoinTelegraph