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Crypto sleuth debunks 3 biggest misconceptions about the FTX hack

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On-chain sleuth ZachXBT has shared his findings on what he sees as the three most common misconceptions about the FTX hack — taking to Twitter to correct a "ton of misinformation" about the event and the possible culprits.

In a lengthy Nov. 20 post on Twitter, the self-proclaimed “on-chain sleuth” debunked speculation that Bahamian officials were behind the FTX hack, that exchanges knew the hacker's true identity, and that the culprit is trading memecoins.1/ I have seen a ton of misinformation being spread on Twitter and in the news about the FTX event so let me debunk the three most common things I’ve seen“Bahamian officials are behind the FTX hack”“Exchanges know who the hacker is”“FTX hacker is trading meme coins” the same day that FTX filed for bankruptcy on Nov.

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