BLUR Coin Whale Buys Huge Tokens Ahead Of Season 2 Airdrop
After surpassing OpenSea to become the most popular Ethereum NFT trading platform, Blur, an NFT marketplace, announced that it will soon airdrop 300 million tokens in additional tokens to loyal users. The well-known Taiwanese singer Jeffrey Huang aka Machi Big Brother has bought a total of 3,051 $ETH with 5M $USDT and deposited into Blur, an NFT marketplace in the past 24 hours.
BLUR Coin Whale Buys Huge Tokens
According to Lookonchain, a blockchain analysis company, The machilittlebrother.eth address of notorious ICO issuer and Taiwanese singer Jeffrey Huang has purchased a huge amount of Ethereum (ETH) and Tether (USDT) in the past 24 hours. He also acquired 835 $ETH with 251,560 $APE and similarly deposited it into the Blur NFT marketplace. Per the tweet, he also staked every APE item bought the previous week.
A few days ago, a crypto data analyst, Arkham, reported via Twitter that Machi Big Brother received a whopping $1.8 million from the $BLUR airdrop that took place on February 17, 2023. The value of the tokens at the time of the drop was surpassed by over $1 million, and with the recent surge in the BLUR price, the current worth amounts to approximately $1.8 million.
Blur Coin price history
According to CoinMarketCap, a service that tracks the cryptocurrency market, the price of BLUR has increased by 0.64% at the time of writing. One BLUR coin is now valued at around $0.9705.
The price of Blur, whose community recently announced the second airdrop of 300 million tokens, is currently being challenged by the 7-day EMA line, which bearishly crossed below the 30-day EMA line. At the time, BLUR was trading 82.53% short of its 30-day all-time-high of $5.
With a market capitalization of $380,481,392 and a 24-hour trading volume down by 45.73%. Now, BLUR stands at $297,670,379. At the same time, the circulating supply is approximately 390,209,901 BLUR as per the crypto market tracker CoinMarketCap.
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