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  • Binance hackers started to move the stolen funds.
  • Only a small amount of the loot has been transferred from one of the wallets.

Bitcoins that were stolen from Binance have been transferred to an unknown wallet, according to the information from the Twitter-account that traces large Bitcoin transactions.

The coins worth of $8 million were moved in tow tranches from hackers wallets to previously dormant Bitcoin addresses.

“706.1 BTC (8,038,240 USD) of stolen funds transferred from Binance Hack May 2019 to hack wallet.
 
1 BTC (11,384 USD) of stolen funds transferred from Binance Hack May 2019 to an unknown wallet.”

The largest cryptocurrency exchange by trading volumes was hacked in May 2019 The attackers stole 7000 BTC, while the head of Binance promised to cover the losses from #SAFU fund, created in the middle of the previous year.  

Soon it has become known that all stolen coins were distributed among seven addresses, allegedly, to cover up tracks. Notably, until today, the hackers did not attempt to move, use or launder the loot.