Following the string of 20 block rewards spent on Wednesday, an idle bitcoin wallet that was created on October 7, 2013, transferred 2,207 so-called ‘sleeping bitcoins’ worth over $147 million. This massive transaction occurred the day after bitcoin reached an all time high price of $69,000.
2013, Whale Transfers 2,207 Bitcoin worth $147 Million
- On Wednesday, November 10, 2021, a ‘forgotten’ stash of bitcoins that sat idle for eight years and woke up for the first time since the wallet’s creation. Btcparser.com caught the act and the huge whale spent 2,207 bitcoin, well above $147 million.
- On October 7, 2013, the original address was created. It contained 2,207.60 BTC. The address was then split into two addresses. First output was 300 BTC, while second output sent 1,907.5997 BTC. The rest were used to pay network fees.
- The privacy of the transaction from 2013 got a score of 45 (low privacy) on Blockchair’s privacy-o-meter transaction tool. In the $147 million transaction, three vulnerabilities were found. The other included addresses that had been matched.
- Today’s whale action is similar to the dormant address move with a wallet stemming from the same year saw strange activity in May 2021. The activity generated by bitcoins in 2013 also witnessed a re-distribution transaction.
- Follow the instructions to transfer 2,207 bitcoins, worth more than $147 million.
- The 20 decade-old block rewards from 2010 spent on Wednesday saw a “critical” privacy score on Blockchair’s privacy-o-meter and scored a zero. There were five privacy issues in this transaction, which involved the transfer of 1000 BTC since 2010.
- The 2010 whale was followed by the 2013 whale. 3,207 BTC were transferred between two entities. On Wednesday, bitcoin (BTC), shot up to $69K, and then fell again. BTC fell in value on Wednesday after it was tapped at $69K, to $62,857 by 4:30 pm (ET), November 10.
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