Another 77.64 #Bitcoin (about $800,000) from the #Bitfinex hack in 2016 was transferred by hackers on Tuesday to an unknown account. A total of 120,000 BTC✨ worth over $1.2 billion💰at the current price was stolen from the said exchange four years ago.
Bitcoin Funds From the Bitfinex Hack in 2016 Moving. The said money transmission raised speculation of hackers dumping a portion of their 120,000 bitcoin steal after the cryptocurrency’s recent price rally.
Bitcoin Worth $282K from the 2016 Bitfinex Hack on the Move. The last time coins from the Bitfinex incident moved was June and August 2019, as the bitcoins hadn’t transferred for three years since then.
Protecting one's privacy with Bitcoin doesn't come easy. The Bitcoin Blockchain permanently records and displays all transactions publicly, While the winnings of a bank heist can be hard to track, it’s a different story for Bitcoin and crypto hacks. Unless hackers use mixing and privacy Bitcoin From Bitfinex’s 2016 Hack Is Moving. According to Whale Alert, an advanced blockchain tracker/analytics system, two transactions were sent from addresses affiliated with the Bitfinex hack of 2016. The company shared this information through Twitter on July 24th, posting two tweets — one of which can be seen below. In total, just $5 million in BTC were just moved recently from the Bitfinex hack that occurred back in 2016 as we reported previously in our news In August 2016, hackers stole approximately 120,000 from Bitfinex, the crypto exchange that’s the sister company of Tether, which produces its controversial, eponymous stablecoin.. At the time, the hack was worth $72 million—Bitcoin was only worth ~$600. But it tanked the market. After the hack, the value of Bitcoin fell by 22%.