Whales have been actively accumulating and growing XRP tokens by purchasing at bargain

According to WhaleStats and some reports, the top 500 BSC whales are currently “hodling” XRP valued at $18,030,448. The XRP token wrapped on the BNB Chain has emerged as one of the top assets held by this group of whales.

18M worth of XRP is now controlled by the largest BSC whales

Whales have been actively accumulating and growing their holdings by purchasing at a bargain in response to the tumultuous trading action seen since the beginning of 2022. XRP whales holding between 1 million and 10 million XRP continued their accumulation binge. In the past week, digital assets showed mild signs of recovery after falling precipitously, causing XRP to rise by as much as 16% on June 24.


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