40 BTC worth $388,000 from the first month of Bitcoin existence moved: who moved them?!

40 BTC worth $388,000 from the first month of Bitcoin existence moved: who moved them?!


The whale_alert on twitter registered a transaction from 40 BTC worth $388,000 from the first month of bitcoin existence in 2009 moved from an unknown wallet to other "unknown" wallet and that caused a very heated debate on twitter with everyone wanting to know if the move was from Satoshi Nakamoto.

Of course that would be great but seems that they aren't belong to the bitcoin creator as the "patoshi" from the transaction doesn't belong to Nakamoto accordingly with experts and could be appreciated on the whale_alert profile. And if doesn't belong to Satoshi who moved them?!

Theories are immense but no one will clearly knows who actually moved them, could be anyone, from someone who just found his private keys or a old hodler that decided to move them to another wallet to send them to exchange to sell or even a criminal who just discovered the password of an old wallet that cointain the assets.

It's only speculations about the owner of those Bitcoins but I will continue to check those updates on the whale_alert to bring some pretty news about!

Curious move...is Satoshi Nakamoto alive?!!!

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