Jed McCaleb, Co-Founder and the former CTO of Ripple Labs, have recently released a whopping 214.5 million XRP tokens from his “tacostand” wallet to crypto exchanges.
McCaleb releases 214.5 million of his XRPs
According to the data shown by the XRP analytics provider XRPScan, Jed McCaleb has dumped 214.5 million of his XRP token holdings into the market. Analytics show that McCaleb made 20 transactions, in total, since June 3.
Three consecutive transactions contained 16,353,884 XRP each, the following 7 carried 12,915,667 XRP tokens, the other seven held 8,221,608 XRPs and 6,036,204 XRP were moved through the last three transactions. It is notable here that all of the above-mentioned transactions have been exercised during the span of mere 19 days.
When will McCaleb run out of XRPs:
Data published on the “jed.tequ.dev” website illustrates the probable patterns via which the crypto billionaire could run out of his XRP holdings.
In the first scenario, if McCaleb chooses to release 7,597,207 XRPs, on average, each week he would be down to zero during the next 142 days. Which dates on November 12.
In the second case if he releases 1,459,239 XRPs per month he would run out of XRP tokens during the next 94 days, on September 25.
Lastly, if McCaleb chooses to release his XRPs as quickest as possible he could sell, on average, 12,744,966 XRPs every three months. In this way, he would have sold all of his XRP holdings on September 15(84 days left from today).
Currently the CTO of Stellar and developer of various blockchain-based projects; Jed McCaleb is one of the most influential personalities in the crypto world. Earlier this year he was featured in “The Cryptocurrency Tycoons On Forbes’ 2021 Billionaires List”.