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Shiba Inu’s future looking ruff: analyst predicts big selloff

Winnie Kimeu

Writer, News

Feb 27, 2023 at 05:34

The future for Shiba Inu seems uncertain as it could potentially encounter a significant sell-off in both the near and intermediate future, leading to a substantial decline in its price.

Two formidable “SHIB whales” add to the risk of a potential threat to the cryptocurrency’s current upward trend.

Despite this, in the past 24 hours, Shiba Inu has experienced a modest increase of 2.2%, indicating some positive movement in the market.

Is the shiba inu whale selling? | Source: Twitter @lookonchain
Is the Shiba Inu whale selling? | Source: Twitter @lookonchain

Reports from Lookonchain, an on-chain data provider, reveal that a savvy investor, deemed as “smart money,” has initiated a sizable transfer of Shiba Inu. 

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This whale recently sent an enormous 182 billion SHIB, equivalent to approximately $2.3 million, to the reputable crypto exchanges and Gemini.

SHIB whale activity

According to the data provider, “smart money” made a shrewd investment in Shiba Inu when it was trading at an exceptionally low price point. In fact, on August 7, 2020, the mysterious whale acquired a staggering 15.28 trillion SHIB for a mere 10 ETH, amounting to a paltry purchase price of only $3,796.


Following the initial purchase, the whale leveraged their savvy investing skills by purchasing and selling SHIB on Uniswap, ultimately earning an impressive 1,967 ETH, which is roughly equivalent to $7 million.

Not content with this remarkable success, the whale continued to trade Shiba Inu on centralized exchanges as soon as the meme coin became available on leading platforms such as Binance and

Voyager cashing out

“It seems that Voyager is selling assets through Coinbase,” Lookonchain said yesterday. According to the data provider, Voyager received a substantial $100 million in USDC from Coinbase in the past four days. “And Voyager has sent assets to Coinbase almost every day from February 14.”

Since February 14, there have been significant transfers of cashed-out assets from Voyager to Coinbase. They include:

  • 2.24 trillion SHIB (valued at $28 million)
  • 15,635 ETH ($25 million)
  • 28.5 million VGX ($12.85 million)
  • 640,000 LINK ($4.74 million)
  • 7.75 million OCEAN ($3 million)
  • 350,000 UNI ($2.28 million)
  • 3.26 million MANA ($2.15 million)
  • 4 million ENJ ($1.88 million)
  • 2.3 million SAND ($1.64 million) 

These substantial transfers highlight Voyager’s precarious financial position and suggest a potentially bleak future for Shiba Inu’s market value as a result of their sell-off.

Despite the significant sell-offs, Voyager still boasts a sizable asset portfolio valued at $631 million, with Shiba Inu holdings representing the third highest in value, trailing only Ethereum and USDC.

The struggling company’s assets include:

  • 172,223 ETH ($276 million)
  • 186 million USDC
  • 6.5 trillion SHIB ($81 million)
  • 2.14 million LINK ($15.8 million)
  • 581,052 AVAX ($10.5 million) among various other assets.

While the sell-offs thus far have been substantial, Voyager’s remaining holdings remain a significant threat to the Shiba Inu market value.


If Voyager continues to unload its remaining cryptocurrency assets, it could deliver yet another blow to the already fragile SHIB market value.

SHIB price, 4-hour chart | Source: SHIBUSD on
SHIB price, 4-hour chart | Source: SHIBUSD TradingView on CoinMarketCap

Despite this looming threat, at the time of writing, the SHIB price has remained relatively steady and has yet to be impacted by either the “smart money” whale or Voyager’s sell-off. SHIB is trading at $0.00001263, up 1.41% in the last 24 hours.

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