Hacker Attacking KuCoin Exchange Launches Bitcoins Laundering Through Wasabi Mixer
The hacker who attacked the KuCoin cryptocurrency exchange in September is moving bitcoins again. Ergo analyst draws attention to this.
Last week it became known that an attacker launders stolen assets through the ChipMixer service. Now he decided to resort to the Wasabi wallet, which allows various users to combine coins into one large transaction with many inputs and outputs..
According to Ergo, to date, 322 bitcoins stolen from KuCoin have been mixed through ChipMixer, 288 BTC partly through Wasabi, and another 245 BTC can expect to be partly mixed through Wasabi..
The analyst also states that at least four unmixed outputs have previously been sent to new P2SH addresses. If not further mixed, they could reveal much of the post-mixing hacker activity, he adds..
Wasabi is a non-custodial bitcoin wallet and, in addition to standard functionality, promises to ensure the identity of cryptocurrency coins by mixing, which makes it difficult to track their further movements. The hacker who attacked KuCoin has used various methods to hide his tracks since the hack, including using decentralized exchanges and mixers..
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