According to Nansen’s data, the wallet of Alameda Research, an affiliate of bankrupt crypto exchange FTX, was stolen from exchange Bitfinex’s hot wallet by $6 million overnight. Approximately 773 million yen) worth of Tether (Tether / USDT) was received.
The wallet appears to have liquidated its assets in line with bankruptcy proceedings and has also received $4.5 million worth of USD Coins (USDC) from an unknown entity, totaling over the last 24 hours. It became 10.5 million dollars (about 1.353 billion yen).
Since its creation 31 days ago, the wallet, which has received several cryptocurrency deliveries from different Alameda Research addresses, currently stands at $183 million in various altcoins. He holds $26 million in Ethereum (ETH).
BitDAO (BIT), worth $54 million (approximately 6.95 billion), is the largest, but according to CoinMarketCap, its tokens have very low liquidity, while Coinbase The trading volume was only $ 15,000 (about 1,927,000 yen), and the trading volume to the market capitalization, the so-called market depth (market depth) was 2%.
Earlier this month, it was reported that FTX had recovered more than $5 billion in assets after its bankruptcy in November.
Tether did not respond to CoinDesk’s request for comment.
｜Translation: coindesk JAPAN
｜Editing: Toshihiko Inoue
| Image: Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Freed (Nikhilesh De/CoinDesk)
｜Original: Alameda Research Wallet Receives $6M From Bitfinex Hot Wallet
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