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According to Santiment, crypto whales are accumulating three altcoins quickly while selling three others.

According to the crypto analytics business, the number of addresses owning between 100,000 and 10 million Sushi (SUSHI) accounts for about half of the asset’s total supply.

SUSHI is the governance token for SushiSwap, a decentralized exchange. At the time of writing, the 114th most valuable cryptocurrency was trading at $4.34.

Whales are also consuming BAND, the governance token for Band Protocol, a network that connects smart contracts with real-world data, according to Santiment. The number of addresses holding between 10,000 and 1 million BAND has reached a six-month high.

The 296th most valuable cryptocurrency by market capitalization, BAND is now trading at $4.60.

Large addresses have also been acquiring UNI, the native currency of Uniswap, a decentralized crypto exchange. For the first time, addresses with 10,000 to 1 million UNI currently control more than 10% of the asset’s supply.

At writing, UNI, the 33rd most valuable crypto asset, was trading at $11.23.

According to Santiment, whale addresses appear to be selling Aragon (ANT), Chainlink (LINK), and OMG Network (OMG).

Aragon is a blockchain-based decentralized governance framework. At the time of writing, the project’s native token, ANT, is trading at $6.28.

Chainlink is a network of decentralized oracles. At the time of writing, LINK, the 22nd most valuable crypto asset, was trading at $17.07.

OMG Network is an Ethereum-based enterprise solution for secure and speedy transactions. At the time of writing, the project’s native token, OMG, is trading at $4.88.

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