Binance hacker consolidates the stolen bitcoin into just seven addresses


The hacker who stole $41 million from Binance has consolidated the stolen bitcoin into just seven addresses. Approximately 7,070 BTC was moved from Binance’s hot wallet in a single transaction on Tuesday consisting of 44 outputs  — 21 of which were Bech32 (Segwit) addresses and 99.97% of BTC was sent to the Segwit addresses.

The hacker has since consolidated BTC from 44 addresses to mere seven; six of which hold 1,060.6 BTC while one holds 707.1 BTC. The addresses can be viewed here:

  1. bc1q2rdpyt8ed9pm56u9t0zjf94zrdu6gufa47pf62 (Bech32 address holding 1,060.6 BTC)
  2. bc1qx3628eh9tdnm0uzculu8k6r2ywfkc5zns2hp0k (Bech32 address holding 1,060.6 BTC)
  3. bc1qnf2ja3ffqzc3hskanjse6p8zag52fm6jgmmg9u (Bech32 address holding 1,060.6 BTC)
  4. bc1qw7g5uxxl750t0h2fh9xajwuxp4qt634yh3vg5q (Bech32 address holding 1,060.6 BTC)
  5. 16SMGihY94H8UjRcxwsLnDtxRt7cRLkvoC (P2PKH address holding 1,060.6 BTC)
  6. 1MNwMURYw1LkPnnpda2DQkkUsXXeKL9pmR (P2PKH address holding 1,060.6 BTC)
  7. bc1q3a5hd36jrqeseqa27nm40srkgxy8lk0v0tpjtp (Bech32 address holding 707.1 BTC)

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