Binance Received a Transfer of 1.8 Trillion Shiba Inu From CryptoCom

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Over 1.8 trillion Shiba Inu (SHIB) was recently transferred by from one of its official wallets to a wallet connected to Binance.

The official Binance wallet has recently received a transfer of more than 1.8 trillion SHIB from one of the wallets managed by Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange Five minutes apart, the transfer took place in a batch of two 900B SHIB transactions, raising concerns about the true intent of the outflow.

Whale Alert, a cryptocurrency on-chain data tracking system, reported the two transactions that took place on Tuesday. The initial transaction was the transfer of 900 billion SHIB worth $8.2 million or more from a wallet with the tag 5 to a wallet connected to Binance. According to data from Etherscan, the transaction took place on November 29, 12:34 (UTC).

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A comparable transaction was identified by Whale Alert only five minutes later. The second transaction appears to have been done from the same 5 wallet to the previously described Binance wallet, and it entailed the transfer of an additional batch of 900 billion SHIB tokens ($8.2M+). This second transfer was completed on November 29, 12:39(UTC).

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The Binance address implicated now has ERC-20 tokens valued at $48.2M+ after this string of transactions, including the 1.8 trillion SHIB valued at $16.4M+. In addition to the recent SHIB transactions, it appears that the Binance wallet has recently engaged with wallets from several exchanges, such as 5, 3, an OKX wallet, a Kraken wallet, and a Bittrex wallet.

Millions of ERC-20 tokens have previously been sent from these exchanges’ wallets to the main Binance address, with 5 and 3 accounting for the majority of transfers. In the last four hours, $38.2M+ worth of assets has been moved to the Binance wallet from both addresses. Each time it received these tokens, the central Binance wallet has always sent funds to the address identified as Binance 14.

Predictably, the mysterious transfer of money between these wallets on and the Binance wallet has drawn criticism from the larger cryptocurrency community. Many are wondering if there is foul play involved with the recent wave of proof of reserve leaks in the industry.

Although there is little information on the latest transfers from to Binance, many supporters have expressed their worries because there have been claims made in the past indicating an alleged scheme to falsify proof of reserves by and On October 21, “accidentally” deposited 320K ETH (about $416M) to a wallet that was on the whitelist. In less than a week, returned 285K ETH.

Remember that Binance sent 127,351 Bitcoin valued at more than $2 billion to an unidentified wallet yesterday. 

Disclaimer: The information in this article should not be considered financial advice, and FXCryptoNews articles are intended only to provide educational and general information. Please consult with a financial advisor before making any investment decisions.

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