FTX hacked, funds moving out.
Over 593.92 Billion Shiba Inu (SHIB) moved out of FTX US and FTX Exchange to the mysterious wallet as FTX filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy yesterday, and today it was hacked.
Etherscan.io reports that the mysterious wallet has just moved out a herculean 593,923,195,032 (593.92B) SHIB, worth $5,713,541 ($5.74M) from FTX US and FTX Exchange through two separate transactions.
In the first transaction, the mysterious wallet pulled out a staggering 418,102,844,520 (418.10B) SHIB, worth $4,022,145 ($4.02M) from one of the FTX-associated wallets tagged “FTX US.” Soon after this, the unknown wallet interacted with another wallet linked to FTX tagged “FTX Exchange” and withdrew a whopping 175,820,350,512 (175.82B) SHIB, worth $1,691,390 ($1.69M) in a momentous transaction.
The withdrawal comes after FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried resigned, and the crypto giant filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy yesterday. While today the exchange is suffering a hack.
Crypto Quant CEO confirmed that FTX had been hacked, sharing messages from FTX’s official telegram channel.
Now it’s official https://t.co/6y74TgeTm9
— Ki Young Ju (@ki_young_ju) November 12, 2022
The latest updates show over $1B missing from FTX after the hack.
BREAKING: Over $1 billion in customer funds are now missing from FTX after a hack was just reported.
— The Kobeissi Letter (@KobeissiLetter) November 12, 2022
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