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Wallet tied to Uranium Finance hacker reawakens after 647 days, shifting $3.3M

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One of the wallets associated with the $50 million exploit of Uranium Finance in April 2021 appears to have awoken after 647 days of dormancy, with funds headed towards crypto mixer Tornado Cash.

The sudden move was highlighted on Mar. 7 by cyber security firms PeckShield and CertiK on their respective alert accounts on Twitter.#PeckShieldAlert After 647 days, @UraniumFinance hacker started move 2250 ETH (~$3.35m) stolen funds into @TornadoCash.

On April 28, 2021, the hacker drained approximately $50 million worth of tokens from Uranium's “pair contracts”. to data from Etherscan, the hacker moved the 2,250 Ether (ETH) or $3.35 million over a seven-hour period in transactions ranging from 1 ETH to 100 ETH — with all the funds heading to Tornado Cash.

This is, however, just one of the wallets associated with the hacker. Another Ethereum wallet linked to the hacker shows it was last active 159 days ago, with 5 ETH being sent to privacy-focused Ethereum zk-rollup on Aztec.

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