One of the biggest differences between cryptocurrency and traditional financial markets is that cryptocurrency is based on blockchain technology. Individual investors can discover the direction of the flow of large funds through on-chain transfers. These large funds are often referred to as Whale. Whale can have a significant impact on the price movements of cryptocurrencies, especially Bitcoin . Therefore, how to monitor Whale trends is of great significance both in terms of fundamentals and technical aspects.
We often see whales suddenly jump out of the ocean and then set off huge waves. What we need to do is to surf the wave according to the trend after the whale jumps out of the sea. This is really an exciting sport!
By modeling the behavior of Whale and individuals (Surfers), L1 Whale Jumping out of the Ocean can not only simply describe the behavior trends of Whale and individuals, but also describe the shape of waves generated by the whale jump. Individual traders need to follow the wave trend to take profit.
NOTE: white line and yellow candles represent whale appears but it CANNOT indicate the direction as PUMP or DUMP. This indicator is one of the whale series. It is featured by vividness. A technical indicator is drawn as ocean (momentum in blue and aqua), whale (whale PUMP/DUMP in white,yellow, red, fuchsia and green), huge wave (mid-term trend or swing trend in aqua and blue).However, it does not accurately generate buying and selling points.
var01 --> huge wave caused by whale jump. it is used to confirm whale jump and describe the trend of wave for surfers.
var02 --> whale move signal
var12 --> whale move signal
var28 --> high confidence level of huge whale move
dynabot --> deep ocean (dynamic bottom)
Pros and Cons
1. Detect Whale pump and dump and the strength of huge wave.
2. Vividly compare the market movement to a huge wave caused by a whale jumping out of the sea.
3. When it resonante with buy or sell signal from other independent indicators, it has higher confidence level.
1. No exact long and short entries.
2. It is sensitive and may have noise inside and generate fake entry signal.
Please do not think that this is just a technical indicator, this is a documentary about whales.
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