Sam Bankman-Fried, or someone with access to his wallet, allegedly transferred millions in previously undisclosed funds.
transactions According to a Twitter post by Conor Grogan, a director at Coinbase, Avalanche, BSC, Arbitrum and Polygon are in question on the blockchain.
Suspicious Activity on SBF Addresses
Based on Grogan’s post, there was also recent activity in early January 2023 where he found a receiving wallet with $30 million or more in tokens. Groden checked every address associated with SBF and also checked other blockchains.
private keys for Ethereum Various EVMs work in series. grogan Allegedly discovered 12 wallets that moved assets worth approximately $144,000 to different platforms, such as Binance. Reportedly, $26,000 in MDX was transferred on Jan. 2.
After going through the wallets, they also found additional linked transactions on December 28 that did not appear in media coverage.
A wallet contained funds from Arbitrum, which he found particularly interesting. It was pegged at 1266 ETH on November 13, two days after FTX filed for bankruptcy. It has millions of accounts and is mostly distributed across chains like FTM and BSC.
Grogan said that FTX bankruptcy Could benefit the public by clarifying which wallets are currently in the possession of law enforcement.
SBF pleads not guilty
On 30 December, SBF told the world that he has not done any transaction. “I am not and cannot transfer any of these funds; I no longer have access to them,” he said.
After being caught by the SBF in the Bahamas, he was extradited back to the US to face charges.
later, sbf not convicted The criminal charges he is facing include money laundering and wire fraud. Notably, the US Department of Justice is still investigating the exploitation of $352 million in FTX funds.
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