Don't know what a whale is?
Check out this explanation by /u/TrueOrleans: http://goedhartvoordieren.nl/?page=r/CryptoCurrency/comments/6j2ug0/know_the_signs_of_whales/djb48kt/
Why should you care about whales?
Whales often have hundreds of thousands, sometimes even millions of dollars in various cryptocurrencies. Often, they have been in the field for a long time, and they know the true value of a coin. A whale will purposely keep the price of a coin down in order to acquire more of it via a sell wall. Then, they take down the sell wall and the coin rises drastically.
How can you get in on it?
This subreddit is dedicated to finding the whales, and following their actions. They know much more than the average trader, so whenever you see a series of sell walls, be sure to post it on here. If you see a massive sell wall on the sub, you might want to invest in the coin.
What exchanges should we use?
This sub will be Binance oriented, but because many coins go across multiple exchanges you are allowed to post coins from any exchange.
What not to do:
Never invest more than you can afford to lose. Just because a coin has a few whales doesn't guarantee that it will rise. This subreddit does not contain investing advice, just recommendation. And ALWAYS do your research on a coin before investing.
Posting affiliate signup links without disclosing it.
Luring users into pump and dump schemes or on to a pump and dump discord/telegram.
Shilling for a coin that doesn't have a sell wall.
Shitposting. As much as I love it, this isn't the place and I won't hesitate to remove a post or ban a user if they have a pattern of shitposting here.