Bitcoin worth $363 million transferred from single wallet to multiple wallets |

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A person or a group of people transferred a total of 45,000 Bitcoins worth an approximate of $363 million, to multiple wallets on May 15, 2019, at 10:27 UTC.

The transactions were split into nine transactions: one, 1000 BTCs, two, 2000 BTCs, six, 5000 BTCs, and one, 12,000 BTC, as seen in the image below.

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Source: Blockchain.com

All of the transactions were sent from one wallet: 18mkjbVaHAcMauL6iiy7zm9VjMYCjy4UU1, which was the 15th largest Bitcoin wallet, according to BitinfoCharts.

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Source: BitinfoCarts

At the time of writing, there were only 2 confirmations for this transaction and it cost about $25 in fees. All transactions except one, do not have more subsequent transactions, i.e, the 12,000 BTC transaction to the 33LcXfaeL8jPUUntAXXJbNGxDnxGtRfnbc wallet address.

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Source: Blockchain.com

This transaction, highlighted in yellow, was further split into four transactions to different wallets. According to Whale_Alert, this wallet (that is highlighted) belongs to Bitfinex. The sender of the 45,000 BTC, at press time, had zero balance.