(YFI)’s sudden 45% price dip triggers insider trading speculations

November 18, 2023 08:48 PM AEDT | By Invezz
Follow us on Google News: (YFI) attracted the attention of market players following its sudden price dip to $8,300 from $14,500. The altcoin lost more than 45% of its value within hours. YFI’s wild price actions have triggered exit scam allegations.

Whale Wire speculated that a rug pull by team contributed to the sudden declines, considering that ten wallets (including cryptocurrency exchange’s addresses) control nearly 50% of YFI’s supply in circulation. plummets 45%

The leading decentralized finance (DeFi) platform lost most of its latest gains on 18 November, following a 45% price dip.

YFI’s 1D Chart on Coinmarketcap

The swift plunge comes as market participants liquidated holdings as the overall digital assets industry endured sell-offs.

YFI has seen bullishness since November began, gaining over 160% to the $15,591 high. However, the price has dipped from $15,591 to the low of $8,421. The value loss saw the asset’s market cap reducing by $250M within hours (down to $275M from $525M).

While YFI’s market capitalization is increasing, at $297.68M during this publication, investors seem to lose confidence following the sudden price fall.’s liquidations

Coinglass data shows the altcoin witnessed liquidations amounting to $5M within the past day. Moreover, leading platforms are recording declined YFI positions. Also, the open interest has surged substantially, confirming short position execution by traders.

Crypto market outlook

The digital assets market flashes bearishness, with the global crypto market capitalization declining by 0.94% over the past day to $1.38 trillion. Top alts experience pressure as Bitcoin trades sideways. BTC stayed relatively calm over the past day, gaining 0.04% to $36,440. What to expect from the market in the near term?

Mags believe bears are about to dominate the crypto market. Bitcoin’s falling wedge pattern indicates a potential price fall for the leading digital token. Altcoins will likely mirror BTC’s movements. Meanwhile, cryptocurrencies seems to have lost steam following recent upsurges.

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