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  • Writer's pictureKyle

ALL SMILES: This Anonymous Crypto Whale Aped Into A Pair Of Grinning Bored Apes!

It was all smiles around the Bored Ape Yacht Club this evening after an anonymous crypto whale purchased a pair of grinning primates!

On Thursday, Wallet 0x68A6bbBF32083732eAbcD1fC48a5a406Ae20082D made waves around the swamp after purchasing Bored Ape #1533, a seven-trait blue fur primate with a diamond grill grin, for 35.25 Eth or $100,192 USD. Minutes later, they then aped into Bored Ape #3231, a seven-trait tan fur primate with a multicolored grin, for 39.499 Eth or $112,000 USD!

“Apes are heating up,” BAYC member KIRKapepen tweeted following the purchases.

While we do not know much about this anonymous user, we do know that they use the MEXC exchange and have a lot of ETH at their disposal, according to Etherscan.

Further, we know that they are not only interested in high-end primates but also have a penchant for Punks. Following Wallet 0x68A6's Ape buys, this user also made a 220 Eth or $625,000 USD offer on CryptoPunk #7674.

The Bored Ape Gazette will continue to follow Wallet 0x68A6 and will let you know what they do next!

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Jun 05

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