North Korean hackers stole $234.33 million from in 2018. sharp outside. The fund has been dormant for over 4.5 years, he noted.

Hackers transferred $3.1 million worth of Ethereum to a single address, 0x27Cf…0FbdCe. The attacker made 8 transactions of his 1.74 ETH each.

According to ZachXBT, the hackers transferred some of the stolen funds to the MEXC exchange.

In November, ZachXBT accused of trying to cover up the April 2018 hack. In this attack, the exchange received $10,777.94 in Bitcoin (BTC), $218,790 in ETH, $3,783 in Zcash, $99,999,000 in Dogecoin (DOGE), $3,043,268 in XRP (XRP), and $11,000 in Litecoin (LTC). , and lost $175,866 in Ethereum Classic (ETC).

According to ZachXBT, most of the stolen assets have already been laundered and the rest of the funds were moved this week. According to Etherscan, the recent transfer virtually emptied the tracked hacker’s wallet, leaving him with only $0.03 worth of his ETH now. data.

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