Crypto analyst Will Clemente is revealing that big-money investors continue to accumulate Bitcoin in massive amounts as the leading cryptocurrency trades below $60,000.
In a new tweet, the analyst says that he spotted a mysterious entity facilitating the largest Bitcoin withdrawal seen on-chain in three weeks.
“Whoa… Glassnode reporting a massive withdrawal from exchanges totaling 11,504 BTC ($667 million) earlier today… Who could it possibly be this time?”
In a separate transaction, Clemente adds that he witnessed the relocation of 6,056 BTC worth $331.80 million in a span of a few minutes.
All in all, the on-chain analyst highlights that a total of 18,084 BTC worth $1.04 billion were moved off exchanges in a span of 24 hours, giving him reason to posit that “some serious announcements are to be made soon.”
In addition to the huge Bitcoin withdrawals, Clemente notes that he’s seeing on-chain indicators flash bullish signals.
Prior to the withdrawal of the massive BTC stash, the analyst detected the inflow of USDT (Tether) to exchanges to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars, suggesting that investors are gearing up to accumulate crypto.
“Caught another huge batch of Tether moved to exchanges totaling $405,845,835. Some serious buys are being made. Which institution could it be this time?”
On top of the massive influx of stablecoins onto exchanges, Clemente notes that the number of Bitcoin accumulation addresses, a metric that shows the number of addresses that have at least three incoming transactions and have never spent BTC while being active in the last seven years, is in the midst of parabolic growth.
“Wow, another leg up in Bitcoin Accumulation Addresses. Up only.”
Clemente is looking at miner activity as well. According to the on-chain analyst, miners are keeping their BTC stash at a rate never before seen in a boom cycle.
“These levels of Bitcoin Miner Accumulation are unprecedented in a bull market. This is especially true for the huge increase seen on-chain in the last month. Miners are stacking heavily.”