Hackers began to move bitcoins stolen from the cryptocurrency exchange KuCoin in September. This was reported by analysts of Elliptic, writes The Block. According to their information, part of the coins went through the mixing service ChipMixer.
“425 out of
1 0 0 8 stolen BTCs are listed on mixer ChipMixer. The movement of funds began on the morning of October 2 6, “experts said.
After enumerating bitcoins, the ChipMixer provides users with a similar number of chips that can be used to bet. If they win, their number doubles, or they leave the service. You can also donate chips.
Internal service rules do not allow you to find out the amount of win or loss.
Recall that at the end of September KuCoin reported an unauthorized withdrawal of funds from Bitcoin hot wallets, ERC-20 tokens and others. The damage amounted to more than $280 million.
Later, the exchange was KuCoin able to identify hacking suspects and block part of the stolen funds with the help of partners.
To withdraw funds, hackers also used the Uniswap exchange and the Tornado Cash mixer.
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