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January 30, 2018, 10:14:11 AM
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What does "Unable to decode output address" mean you can hide the address to which you send money? In general, it is in such transactions that the whole power of technology is covered. It's just amazing to send 440 million dollars somewhere for 1 hour and with a fee of 1 dollar.

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January 30, 2018, 10:25:28 AM
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May be this is a whale, he is preparing to dump the BTC. Let see if the price down in coming days.
Someone just moved 40000 Bitcoins. And the best part is the fee! LOL

Just imagine the paperwork you need to go through if you are going to move 400M USD from one account to another if you are going to use the banking system.

https://blockchain.info/tx/92785a57f6e9e9eb9d37a00e6e8be7f888376f65fa2b8f868db261cbf6cca7b0
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January 30, 2018, 11:16:09 AM
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Just realized that it may be the stolen NEMs from the Japanese exchange. Then the culprit just converted them into bitcoin then transferred them to his own wallet? (this is just a theory)
The 40k btc are completely unrelated to NEM. Don't spread misinformation with your dump theories.
Also, the wallets holding the stolen XEMs have already been flagged, so any signs of movements from them, like selling using exchanges or transfering XEMs to another wallet, can be traced by the NEM team.

The commission does not matter, since there are already confirmations.
And what is the point in this topic?
Only envy that someone has so much money ....
The point of this topic is to spread awareness about SegWit addresses.

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January 30, 2018, 11:16:15 AM
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What does "Unable to decode output address" mean you can hide the address to which you send money? In general, it is in such transactions that the whole power of technology is covered. It's just amazing to send 440 million dollars somewhere for 1 hour and with a fee of 1 dollar.
Your question has been answered by song geet
It is. However it's said there that it's "unable to decode output address". What is the meaning of that? Did the transferrer accidentally transferred it to a non-bitcoin address, purging 40k bitcoins in the process? Is that even possible?
No it is not a non-bitcoin address or invalid address.

It is segwit bech32 address which you will get from new electrum wallet, still many explorer can't support this address type. You have to click on Show scripts & coinbase at button side of blockchain.info explorer to see that address.

Code:
bc1q9sh6544xls87x7skjzyfhkty4wq7z76vn7qzq9

And what is the point in this topic?
Only envy that someone has so much money ....
It could be one of the reasons. But it seems OP only got "shocked" while he saw such huge amount moved to other address.

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January 30, 2018, 11:20:37 AM
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Someone just moved 40000 Bitcoins. And the best part is the fee! LOL

Just imagine the paperwork you need to go through if you are going to move 400M USD from one account to another if you are going to use the banking system.

https://blockchain.info/tx/92785a57f6e9e9eb9d37a00e6e8be7f888376f65fa2b8f868db261cbf6cca7b0

It looks like they've just moved their coins to a segwit address (the output address starts with a 3 which indicates segwit). Just some housekeeping here, nothing to see.

 
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wow wow wow. it is really hard to believe but if so just reliaze it  Grin
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February 01, 2018, 07:28:37 AM
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Someone just moved 40000 Bitcoins. And the best part is the fee! LOL

Just imagine the paperwork you need to go through if you are going to move 400M USD from one account to another if you are going to use the banking system.

https://blockchain.info/tx/92785a57f6e9e9eb9d37a00e6e8be7f888376f65fa2b8f868db261cbf6cca7b0
Omg, I never knew that someone would have such an amount of Bitcoin  at this time. Wait,  is this one of the early investors that started in 2009 or 2010 and has been saving all the Bitcoin he had then till now.  Maybe he bought them at cheaper rate,  if not,  then this may be a group of people investing together.  Damn,  that’s a huge amount of money.
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