According to data published by Santiment, large investors have accumulated litecoin over the last four months, marking the longest buying period since 2017.

Specifically, whale addresses holding 10,000 to 1 million Litecoin have bought up 5% of the total supply in the last 15 weeks. The on-chain analytics firm noted that this streak is the longest since 2017, while suggesting that the altcoin – often regarded as the silver to bitcoin’s gold – is showing sings of life.

Since topping out at $300 on Nov. 10, Litecoin has steadily declined to about $130, as discussed in our bi-weekly analysis. After the decline, the ensuing months saw large investors scooping up more Litecoin, acquiring the asset at a stable discount.

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At the time of publishing, Litecoin exchanged hands at $138, up 0.8% on the day. Presently, the coin is down 66.41% from all-time highs of $412 reached on May 10, 2021.

According to data from coingecko, the coin is ranked as the 22nd largest ever, having slid from the ranks due to recent declines.

MimbleWimble is coming

Regardless of the cryptocurrency’s price, developers have continued to work on the decade-long project. Since 2019, MimbleWimble (MW) has garnered a lot of interest from crytpo users, but developers have so far repeatedly delayed its launch after the testnet launch in September 2020.

Still, the Litecoin Foundation’s creative director has said that MW is “currently in the final code review”, and can be expected to launch very soon.

The project’s lead developer hinted at a January launch this year.

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