Alameda-linked Wallet Suspicious Transactions Reveal Again

Key Points: The second batch of transactions from Alameda wallets was likely to have been done by liquidators.
The most recent trades occurred after cryptocurrency wallets connected with Alameda Research, trading division of based at the Bahamas, reopened trading on Wednesday for the first trading session since December 1.
A large amount of the assets involved in the initial round has been transferred to new wallet addresses belonging to unknown owners.
These two services don’t require user registration and advertise themselves as private and fast swaps. These services are not required to register and advertise themselves as private and fast swaps. After blocking listing the questionable wallets, ChangeNow said in a statement on Thursday that their compliance team is collaborating with investigations.According to several cryptocurrency Twitter users, using the two DeFi platforms makes it improbable that these transactions were carried out by authorized liquidators.Two days after Sam Bankman-Fried, the founder of Alameda and FTX was released on a $250 million bail package following his extradition to the US from the Bahamas last week, strange blockchain activity started to emerge. While he awaits the outcome of his federal fraud trial, he is currently being held under house arrest at his parents’ home. We encourage you to do your own research before investing.Join us to keep track of news: coincu.comHaroldCoincu NewsTags: Alameda ResearchChangeNOWfixedfloatFTXSam Bankman-Fried