A survey of Twitter users revealed that the cryptocurrency exchange Bitfinex (Bitfinex) had halved the volume of Etherium stored in its cold wallet .
800k ETH or $ 150M has left. There’s only 1.1M ETH left or ~ 180M USD left at current ETH prices (which will not be this high for very much longer). https://t.co/PFnREzo7v6 pic.twitter.com/7pHTAAJR1z is a good old fashioned bank run folks.
— Andrew Rennhack (@ andr3w321) May 1, 2019
According to cryptocurrency investor Andrew Rennhack, 800 million ETHs worth $ 150 million (approximately 16.6 billion yen) have been drawn from the cold wallet of the exchange, the rest being 1.1 million ETHs, with a market capitalization of 1 It is $ 80 million (about 20 billion yen).
Bitfinex has been withdrawing assets from around April 25. At first, 2139,506 ETH was stored in the wallet, but it has now dropped to about half of the original.
In addition to Etheriam, it has been confirmed that $ 67 million (approximately 7.4 billion yen) worth of bitcoins have been withdrawn from the wallet of the exchange.
The April 25th, when Bitfinex started to withdraw Eisaliam, coincides with the day when the Attorney General of the New York authorities announced the start of the investigation, and doubts about the exchange seem to remain.
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