FAMEEX Hot Topics | North Korean hackers try to launder $27M in ETH from Harmony bridge attack
North Korean exploiters behind the Harmony bridge attack continue to try and launder the funds stolen in June. According to on-chain data revealed on Jan. 28 by blockchain sleuth ZachXBT, over the weekend the perpetrators moved 17,278 Ether, worth about $27 million. The tokens were transferred to six different crypto exchanges, ZachXBT wrote in a Twitter thread, without disclosing which platforms had received the tokens. Three main addresses carried out the transactions. According to ZachXBT, the exchanges were notified about the fund transfers and part of the stolen assets were frozen.
Extract from article of Cointelegraph
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