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Yuri Molchan

Recent analytics data revealed one of major reasons for recent LADYS plunge

Milady Meme Coin (LADYS) experienced a major price drop of over 31% earlier today. The tracker of “Smart Money” wallets @lookonchain has noticed a correlation between this price plunge and movements of large LADYS amounts by addresses from the list of “suspicious wallets.”

90 trillion meme coins sent to crypto exchanges

According to a recently published tweet by the aforementioned source, 86 wallets transferred 90 trillion LADYS in total to several crypto exchanges.

The 30% price plunge of the meme coin took place right after the time when these trillions of LADYS were deposited. At the moment, these wallets still contain 131 trillion LADYS worth around $15 million. @lookonchain has included these wallets in the list of suspicious addresses and warns those who hold or plan to buy LADYS to pay attention to them.

DWF Labs address moves trillions of LADYS to sell

Another tweet by the same data tracker stated that one more large wallet shifted more than twelve trillion of the aforementioned meme coins to sell them on exchanges.

A wallet that is related to global major market maker DWF Labs transferred 15.1 trillion LADYS worth $2.1 million to four large crypto exchanges: MEXC, Huobi, Bybit and

If these coins are sold, the tweet says, the profit received would constitute over $2 million. However, just now, @lookonchain was contacted by a rep of DWF Labs, who said the wallet belonged to their partner. The coins have been moved back from the exchanges with not a single coin sold.

LADYS printed a spike of 12,056% after the most influential meme lover in crypto, Twitter boss Elon Musk, mentioned it in his tweet five days ago. A day after that, LADYS was listed by major exchange

LADYS follows success of PEPE

Milady Meme Coin emerged soon after the appearance of Pepe meme coin on the crypto market. PEPE was launched in April by an anonymous team of developers inspired by Pepe the Frog memes on the back of the success of Dogecoin, Shiba Inu and other leading meme cryptocurrencies.

Whales began to buy it in large amounts quickly to sell it later on as it reached an all-time high of $0.000004354 on May 5. By now, as was expected by many analysts in the market, the price began to decline, now trading 62.07% below the ATH.

On Saturday, Elon Musk also tweeted a meme with PEPE, pushing the price of the meme coin up by 54%.

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