The small wallets in Ethereum containing less than 0.1 Ethereum have surpassed the 100,000 mark for the first time, according to Santiment. This milestone highlights the increasing reliance and diversification of Ethereum holdings, even as larger wallet categories, including those holding between 0.1-10 Ethereum and over 10,000 Ethereum, also show a slight increase in numbers.
Whales, or large Ethereum holders, currently hold a concentration of 32.94%, possessing around 40.83 million Ethereum, as reported by IntoTheBlock. Small investors boast a combined ownership of 12.48% of the market, equivalent to 15.47 million Ethereum.
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address holdings point to growing interest from small investors, as evidenced by the increase in the smallest wallet categories. Conversely, larger wallet categories are experiencing a decline, indicating strategic redistribution or liquidity-seeking behavior.
BlackRock ETF Buzz:
Adding to the excitement in the Ethereum market are reports indicating that the giant asset management company BlackRock is planning to launch an Ethereum-based exchange-traded fund (ETF). This move is widely speculated to pave the way for the filing of an application for an Ethereum-based ETF. Following BlackRock’s registration of the iShares Ethereum Trust fund, the price of Ethereum surged above $2000, reaching its highest level since April. This development mirrors a similar pattern observed earlier in the year when a credit fund for Bitcoin was registered, followed by a proposal to establish an instant Bitcoin ETF.
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