In this, the investor paid only $1,19 as a fee

Unknown person sends $123 million in BTC in a single transaction

27.10.2022 - 12:10


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What’s new? According to Whale Alert, a tracking platform, on October 25, an unknown address sent 6414 BTC ($123,77 million at the time of the transaction) in a single transaction to two wallets without identification. Of that, 5444 BTC ($105,06 million) was sent to one wallet and another 969,77 BTC ($18,71 million) to the other. The user paid only 0,0000621 BTC ($1,19) as a fee for the operation. As of October 27, 11:30 UTC, bitcoin is trading at $20 616, down by 0,1% per day, according to Binance.

Whale Alert’s data

What happened before? In early October, another address transferred 25 844 BTC (~$504,6 million at the time) in two transactions to unknown wallets. In July, an unknown user transferred $1,34 billion worth of bitcoins, paying only $16 in fees.

Also on August 31, Whale Alert recorded a transaction of 64 000 ETH ($102,13 million). According to the platform, the funds were sent from a wallet belonging to the US arm of Binance.

At the moment, the rate of ETH is $1552, and the price of the asset has increased by 1,4% per day.

On August 17, the tracking platform reported a record one-time transfer of Tether (USDT) stablecoins to Binance. An unknown address sent 2,37 billion coins to the platform.

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