Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum, has reportedly transferred a significant sum of Ethereum (ETH) to Coinbase, the leading U.S. exchange
Blockchain data indicates that Buterin deposited 400 ETH, valued at approximately $632,000, to the largest U.S. exchange, sparking speculation within the crypto community.
A routine transaction?
This event comes shortly after another substantial transfer by Buterin last month. As reported by U.Today, Buterin deposited 600 ETH, roughly equating to $1 million, to Coinbase.
The most recent transfer has resulted in a mixed response from the cryptocurrency community, with many crypto aficionados cracking jokes while speculating about the possible reasons behind such a large move.
Several community members seem to wonder if this indicates a potential strategic adjustment or a mere routine transaction.
No effect on Ether’s price
Despite the ongoing speculation and discussions, the Ethereum price has remained relatively stable, currently sitting at $1,570. According to CoinGecko, Ethereum has witnessed a trading volume of over $5 billion in the last 24 hours.