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March 03, 2011, 09:07:14 PM
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Hey. I don't know if there is already topic about it, but recently someone traded huge ammounts of BTC. I did some research and I found this: http://blockexplorer.com/address/1AYtnRppWM7tWQaVLpm7TvcHKrjKxgCRvX
I just don't know what does it mean, does he just sent all that money to one address in one block? Can someone explain?

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March 03, 2011, 09:31:10 PM
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That was a few days ago. 1AYtn... received 400,000 BTC and then sent 150,000 BTC to 1LYJH... (possibly the same person). 1LYJH proceeds to break the coin into many smaller pieces over a long period of time. My guess is that 1LYJH is breaking the coin intentionally for some reason (maybe anonymity).

There might also be another person (1NMDH) between 1LYJH and the chain of coin-breaking transactions.

Interesting series of transactions.

One of the 400,000 BTC transactions was only 259 bytes in size, and only one transaction/block, since the 400,000 BTC was already in one coin.

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