Institutional investors are bullish on Ethereum with rising capital inflow. Ethereum reserves across exchanges have dropped as outflow increases.
Coinbase noted a withdrawal of 400,000 Ethereum tokens, and according to community-driven crypto platform CryptoQuant, it is likely that the outflow was institutional activity. Analysts expect a bullish impact on ETH prices.
400,000 Ethereum tokens are the equivalent of $1.5 billion, withdrawn from the second-largest cryptocurrency exchange. The exchange outflow indicator is considered a sign of increased outflow and a supply shortage in Ethereum.
Ethereum Exchange Outflow.
Ethereum has posted over nearly 20% gains in the past two weeks.
Interestingly, there is a spike in whale activity on the Ethereum network. Over $188 million worth of Ethereum was moved between two anonymous cryptocurrency wallets in a single transaction.
A mysterious whale initiated the transaction, and it was sent to an unknown recipient. The details of the transaction are as follows:
Whale activity on the Ethereum Network.
With news of Bitcoin ETF getting approval by the Securities & Exchange Commission next week, experts are awaiting Ethereum’s turn. Analysts are of the opinion that following Bitcoin ETF approval, capital inflow to Ethereum and altcoins will increase.
Simon Dedick, Managing Partner of Moonrock Capital, is bullish on Ethereum; he tweeted:
$ETH is just a 13% pump away from breaking its previous ATH and entering parabolic price discovery.
— Simon Dedic (@scoinaldo) October 16, 2021
FXStreet analysts have evaluated the ETH price trend to analyze where altcoin is headed next. Analysts have set a target of $5200 for ETH price.