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Crypto sleuth debunks 3 FTX hack myths

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On-the-job detective ZachXBT has taken to Twitter to clear up what he calls a «lot of disinformation» about the FTX hack and the individuals who may be responsible for it.

He has shared the research he did on what he thinks are the three most common mistakes people make about the breach. The self-proclaimed «on-chain detective» dispelled many rumours in a long message on Twitter on November 20.

Rumours circulated that Bahamian authorities were behind the FTX attack, that exchanges were aware of the hacker's true identity, and that the perpetrator was trading memecoins.

On November 11, the same day that FTX filed for bankruptcy, the cryptocurrency community started reporting strange transactions on wallets affiliated with FTX.

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