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AI Crypto Tokens Drop After Nvidia’s Q1 Earnings

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Despite Nvidia’s stellar Q1 earnings announcement, the price of cryptocurrency tokens associated with artificial intelligence (AI) momentarily fell, against the expectations of cryptocurrency speculators.

With Q1 revenue up 18% from the fourth quarter of last year and 262% from a year ago, Nvidia—known for its potent chipsets that have shifted toward AI processing—bested analyst projections of $24.6 billion.

The earnings report was made available following the May 22 closing of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Yahoo Finance data shows that NVDA increased 6.06% in after-hours trading to $1,007 at the time of writing.

Some traders of AI tokens seemed dissatisfied that the encouraging outcomes did not translate into a comparable increase in the value of AI tokens.

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A mere five hours after the earnings report was published, Render (RNDR), an Ethereum-based platform that allows decentralized graphics processing unit rendering, had a 12% drop in value, falling to $10.38, according to CoinMarketCap statistics.

But according to information from cryptocurrency research company Santiment, a known “whale” wallet transferred over $52.1 million to an unidentified wallet today, which could indicate big holders were anticipating a “sell the news” occurrence.

Crypto trader D0C Crypto, meanwhile, noted that the price of RNDR didn’t rise until two days following Nvidia’s most recent results announcement.

RNDR increased 38% in 48 hours during the Nvidia Q4 earnings event in February. In a May 22 X posting, they said, “If history repeats itself, it could mean that RNDR pumps above $15 from the current price within 48 hours!”

There is no investment advice or recommendation in this article. Every trading and investment decision carries some risk; hence, readers should do their own investigation before deciding.

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