Almost a year after the FTX hack of $600 million in tokens, on-chain data revealed recent activity in the perpetrator’s wallet, identified as 0x3e957, on Saturday, Sept. 30, 2023. This is occurring closely to the launch of Ethereum-based ETF in the United States.
Based on on-chain data from Spot On Chain, the exploiter recently activated their address after a prolonged period. Presently, the wallet contains a substantial sum of $16.75 million of Ether (ETH).
FTX Exploiter 0x3e957 just moved 2500 $ETH ($4.2M) to new addresses
This is the first time the address has been active since the hack 10 months ago. The address still holds 12.5K $ETH
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The data reveals two transactions where the exploiter moved 2,500 ETH, each valued at $4 million. Transfers like this are often linked to selling activity, potentially impacting the price of ETH and affecting smaller investors. Additionally, the price of ETH could enter a bullish trend soon with the launch of the various Ethereum exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in the United States.
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