The Bitcoin whales may not be the problem some suggest they are…by Manoj Sharma for CNR
Blockchain research firm Chainalysis has put together a brand new study. In it, it’s concluded that Bitcoin whales are not necessarily to blame for the highly fluctuating state of the cryptocurrency market.
It’s a notable issue, of course. The volatility of the cryptocurrencies is the reason why many refrain entering the market, and even the big bulls worry about them. Often, Bitcoin whales are blamed for the state of the market, with their fat digital wallets filled

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