On Saturday, February 27, 2021, news.Bitcoin.com reported the large number of group bonuses for 2010 and 2011 being spent this year. In that report, it was said that the entity of the mysterious whale we were hunting had “not moved a large chain of bitcoins” since January 25. After that study was published, on Sunday, an old-school whale miner moved 20 again the block of rewards from 2010, in which 1,000 bitcoins that had been idle for more than a decade were spent.
9,000 old Bitcoins spent since March 11, 2020
Since mid-March, it has been news.Bitcoin.com On the road For an old school Bitcoin (BTC) A miner spends large strings of block rewards for 2010. A block reward is an incentive that a Bitcoin miner gets to find a block on a Bitcoin blockchain and before 2012, all bonuses were 50 BTC Per block. Moreover, the technical term “spend” or “spend” simply means that the owner transferred the coins, but this does not necessarily mean that the bitcoins are “sold” to another owner.
Our report on Saturday showed that there were 80 block bonuses from 2010 spent this year. Interestingly, 40 group rewards from 2011 days were also spent in 2021 as well. On Sunday, February 28, 2021, after our last report, a whale miner once again spent another 20 block reward from 2010 at a block height of 672501. The mysterious miner is presumably looking for interest.
Our recent study also reported a huge whale or group of whales that have been spending these 2010 blocks in chains of 20 blocks per move since mid-March. Our team along with researchers from Btcparser.com And a Russian blockchain researcher, Isaac Schwarz They discovered a total of 9 spending chains from 2010.
All chains use the same exact pattern of spending franchises for 20 consecutive decade-old pieces. 20 bonus series from 2010 has been spent March 11, 2020And the October 11And the November 7And the November 8And the December 27And the January 3, 2021 (Memory of Bitcoin), January 10And the 25 JanuaryAlso today (Sunday 28 February 2021).
That’s a total of 180 bonus blocks and each contains 50 BTC Per block. The person (s) always integrates bitcoins into a file One BTC address Then the coins are dispersed into fractions. Typically, all expendable blockchains originate from July 2010 through November 2010, and the coin base dates are always the same months.
Cluster Explorer oxt.me It also shows that the 2010 Pisces’ pattern of spending habits is always the same. “Maybe they have some proprietary applications, which is really inflexible script and they might only have 20 private keys at a time, but a list of receiving addresses,” said one of the researchers who discussed this topic with our news office yesterday.
Either the spending solutions are inflexible or the Pisces is flexible and wants attention
Blockchair’s privacy barometer shows, that mystery miners’ first spend is always subject to inference and transaction tracking tools. Spending for the 2010 series always has a “rare footprint”, “joint spending” and “the same title in the entries” and “scanning” techniques.
After the first merge, the transactions go dark from here, and the privacy is increased from 0 to 100 points according to Blockchair stats. Isaac Schwarz believes that many of the 2010 chains followed the exact same spending pattern It may have been sold out To Coinbase in San Francisco.
Moreover, except for the specified thread spending a decade old from mid-March 2020, the mystery miner or miners always spend the corresponding amount. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Also. Moreover, the mining entity never moves the counter bitcoinsv (BSV), Except for one time on March 11th.
Whatever the case, it looks like an old school whale or a whale spending the strings of block rewards for 2010 need attention. Unless Pisces is forced to use an inflexible spending script or an odd spending habit, our conclusion so far is that Pisces is a show and definitely wants the audience’s attention.
It is quite a coincidence that after our news office wrote: “So far, this entity or private entities have not moved a large chain of bitcoins since then” yesterday, then the whale spent another series of 20 blocks of bonus from 2010 (1000 BTC). We also know on October 11 that the entity (s) have already been sent 9.99999943 BTC (It was valued at $ 114,000 at the time) to Free Software Foundation And 9,999 others BTC To the American Institute for Economic Research (AIER).
What do you think of the 9,000 Bitcoins from 2010 that have been spent since March 11, 2020? Let us know what you think about it in the comments section below.
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