Bitcoins were transferred from a wallet that might have belonged to Satoshi Nakamoto. The market automatically reacted to this message by fear.
The whale moved 50 Bitcoins
On 20 May this year, fund on wallet in which the Bitcoins extracted in the early stages of the life of this BTC were collected were moved. These coins were divided into two addresses: 40 BTC on one, 10 BTC on the other. Many people suspect that they may have belonged to Satoshi Nakamoto himself.
As it turns out, Craigh Wright, the self-proclaimed creator of Bitcoin, also claimed this address. He mentioned it as his own in one of the court documents in the Kleiman case.
Although several suspicions were raised, no one is sure who the real owner of these cryptocurrencies is. These Bitcoins were mined on February 9th, 2009. From then until yesterday, the address where they were located was inactive. According to the analysis carried out by Chainalysis, 40 BTC was sent to the new address, and 10 BTC to the Coinbase crypto exchange.
How did the market react?
In the last 24 hours Bitcoin's price was at 2.23% down. Yesterday's session on BTC was closed with a loss of USD 202.35 - 2.08%. Although many hoped that the price of Bitcoin would break through to USD 10,000, this did not happen. The price reached USD 9,804 and then dived.
The current Bitcoin price is about $9,511. As far as the mood in the market is concerned, the anxiety and greed index continues to be neutral.