Os hackers por trás do roubo da Coincheck da semana passada, de US$ 530 milhões, começaram a movimentar os tokens XEM roubados, marcando o início do que provavelmente será um jogo de gato e rato para lavar os fundos.
Os dados do Blockchain demonstram que os hackers fizeram uma várias transferências de seu endereço principal para uma variedade de outros endereços no dia 30 de janeiro. Cada transação transferiu 100 XEM, no valor de aproximadamente US$ 77 na taxa de câmbio atual.

Isso representa uma pequena porcentagem dos 500 milhões de XEM

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