Bitcoin’s Fourth Largest Wallet Address Begins To Split Bitcoin

Bitcoin’s Fourth Largest Wallet Address Begins To Split Bitcoin, Bitcoin’s fourth-largest whale wallet address (beginning with 18rnfoQgGo1H) may be selling bitcoin, which currently has 113,000 bitcoins.

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This wallet address was established in October 2014 and has since been hoarding bitcoin. In 2018, it gradually began to sell off assets in the wallet. The address is not the exchange address. The wallet address has recently been split, and 1000 bitcoins are split into separate wallets each time. This indicates that the whale wallet is either diversifying assets to avoid attention or private. Bitcoin is sold in over-the-counter trading.

Ko te tuawha tuawhitu o te putea a Bitcoin e timata ana ki te wehe i te Bitcoin, ko te tuawha tuawha whanui o te putea whale a Bitcoin (timata ki te 18rnfoQgGo1H) ka hoko i te bitcoin, kei a ia nei he 113,000 bitcoins. I whakatūria tēnei wāhitau putea i te marama o Oketopa 2014, a, i muri mai i te aro ki te bitcoin. I te tau 2018, ka timata te hoko atu i nga taonga i roto i te putea. Ko te wāhitau ehara i te wāhitau utu. Kua wehea te wāhitau putea, a ka wehehia nga 1000 pihikete ki nga putea motuhake i ia wa. E tohu ana i tenei ko te putea whale kei te whakawhitiwhiti i nga rawa ki te kore e aro atu, ki te mea takitahi ranei. Kei te hokona te Bitcoin i roto i nga mahi hokohoko-kore.