Upbit exchange was hacked on November 27, 2019 resulted in ETH 342 000 being stolen.
Few days ago, Clain was alerted that the stolen funds started moving again, and by May 15 an additional amount of ETH 70 000 were channeled.
Using its proprietary compliance and investigation platform, Clain has looked into the case to detect specifically where the stolen funds were moving to.
Below is a funds flow chart of the hacker wallet comprised of thousands of ETH addresses used to launder:We have detected that the most recent attempt to launder the stolen funds involved a number of prominent, well-known exchanges.
Below is the aggregate table of recipients of Upbit stolen funds with identified amounts for the entire period:About Clain:Clain is a crypto compliance and investigation platform.

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