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The hackers who stole 7,000 BTC from Binance continue to layer funds in an attempt to launder and obfuscate the Bitcoin’s connection to the hack. Read the latest report on the movement of these coins from analytics firm Coinfirm.submitted by wallhardboy to CryptoMarkets [link] [comments]
Following the hack, major exchanges reacted by blacklisting the stolen funds. Coinbase, Poloniex, Kraken, and Huobi would freeze the funds should hackers directly deposit them into accounts on the exchanges. To circumvent these controls, the hackers have continued to move the funds in an elaborate chain of transactions to obfuscate their connection to the hack.
Small amounts of BTC were sent to six exchanges in the following amounts, likely to test whether they would be detected and frozen:
Kraken: 5.9851 BTC
Huobi: 0.1259 BTC
BitX.co (Luno): 0.2987 BTC
BTC-Alpha: 0.0439 BTC
CoinGate: 0.0089 BTC
BitPay: 0.0009 BTC
CryptoSlate reached out to the exchanges that received these illicit deposits for comment and has yet to receive responses.
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