After more than three years of inactivity, an address associated with one of the biggest attacks on Ethereum began to move ETH.

In 2017, a hacker exploited a vulnerability in Parity, a multi-sig software wallet, stole a cryptocurrency over 150,000 ETH (roughly $ 30 million at the time of the hack).

It was the second largest hack in Ethereum at the time.

The hacker then distributed 70,000 ETH equally across seven wallets, one of which started converting approximately 300 ETH to renBTC on December 27, 2020.

The address is 0x4de76b3dfd38292ba71cf2465ca3a1d526dcb567 and currently has an asset of 9,229 ETH. No movement has been made since December 27th.

None of the other addresses associated with the Parity attack carried their ETH.

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