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Chainlink’s Development Soars, but Whales’ Concentration Poses Threats

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  • Chainlink witnesses a surge in development activity and gains the spotlight as one of the top 5 most actively developed assets.
  • Large investors, often referred to as “whales”, show a heightened interest in LINK, indicating both confidence and potential risks for retail investors.

Chainlink in the Limelight: Growth and Concerns

Chainlink, often recognized by its ticker LINK, stands out in the cryptocurrency sector for its extensive collaborations with diverse entities. As it continually broadens its spectrum of oracles and services, Chainlink’s growth trajectory across multiple dimensions is evident.

The Chain Reaction: Developers and Whales Dive In

Coinciding with its collaborative efforts, there’s been a noticeable boom in the developmental activities on Chainlink’s platform. Insights from Santiment divulge that Chainlink’s GitHub activity, a platform where developers collaborate, took a significant leap during the summer. Such vibrancy propelled Chainlink into the echelons of the top five most fervently developed assets in the crypto arena. Such a spike is more than just numbers; it’s a testament to the intensified focus and drive towards fostering innovation within Chainlink.

Parallel to this developmental crescendo, there’s been a marked spike in the enthusiasm of large-scale investors, often termed as “whales” and “sharks” in the crypto vernacular. Data from Santiment indicates that these investors, who hold anywhere between 100K to 10M LINK, have been amassing these coins at the fastest rate since December 2022. Such a trend might symbolize an unwavering faith in Chainlink’s promising future.

However, every coin (pun intended) has two sides. The burgeoning presence of these whale investors might hint at a waning interest from the retail investors in LINK. The situation gets more intricate when one realizes that a dense cluster of whale investors might put the retail investors in a precarious situation. Should these whales decide to sell off LINK en masse, the repercussions for retail holders could be severely detrimental.

Price Woes Amidst Whale Waves

While there’s been a rise in both development and whale interest, LINK’s price trajectory tells a slightly grim tale post-July 21. After nudging the $8.464 resistance bracket, the price experienced a dip of 4.65%. This phase saw LINK’s price chart painting a series of lower peaks and valleys, alluding to a bearish trend. Should this trend persist, LINK might soon be knocking on the doors of the $6.995 support mark.

Supporting this bearish sentiment, the Relative Strength Index (RSI) hovered around a neutral 49.09, hinting that LINK’s price momentum was mildly skewed towards the bears. The Chaikin Money Flow (CMF) for LINK reinforced this sentiment, suggesting that, at least for now, the bears were the ones calling the shots.

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Godfrey Benjamin
Godfrey Benjamin
Godfrey Benjamin is an experienced crypto journalist whose primary goal is to educate everyone about the prospects of Web 3.0. His love for crypto was sparked during his time as a former banker when he recognized the clear advantages of decentralized money over traditional payments. Business Email: info@ethnews.com Phone: +49 160 92211628