According to the Whale Alert service, the ethers stolen from the Upbit exchange in November last year were again in motion – hackers moved 1,897 ETH to an unknown address.
Popular transaction tracking service Whale Alert reported that 1,897 ETH were transferred to an unknown wallet from one of the addresses associated with the hacking of the upbit cryptocurrency exchange. The translation was made on may 6 at 11: 24 Moscow time.
The cost of the transferred ETH is equivalent to $395,041 at the exchange rate at the time of transfer. A total of 342,000 ETH was stolen from the Upbit exchange, with 55,000 ETH being moved to an unknown address a week after the hack. The last transfer emptied the hackers ‘ wallet, but this is not the only address associated with the hack.
Earlier, the Prosecutor’s office accused the management of the upbit cryptocurrency exchange of market manipulation, but in February, the South district court of Seoul acquitted the site’s managers and cleared them of all charges of fraud.